Who could the two candidates be?
BURBANK, CA -- As previously reported, Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Iger has deemed that the next CEO of the Walt Disney Company will be an internal candidate.
We haven't heard much news in the intervening time, all our sources have been unusually tight lipped. But today, we got an anonymous email from someone in the Broadcast Production office.
"They've narrowed it down to two candidates. The final interview will be with both of them this Friday, April 14. ...
Better get your bathroom breaks scheduled early.
BURBANK, CA -- During the recent earnings call, temporary Disney CEO/Grand Poobah Bob "Bob" Iger revealed the next big celebration coming to Disney Parks and Resorts. The new "There's a reservation for that!"® marketing campaign will highlight all of the fun ways you can experience Disney Parks and Resorts, provided you have a reservation.
During the slide show part of the presentation (using Walt Disney's own slide projector), Iger walked through some of the new images ...
Apparently all the good ones are already taken.
BURBANK, CA -- Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Iger tells Uncle Walt's Insider that the search for his successor is apparently not going well.
In a statement faxed to us by Disney (the Company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation), Iger is quoted as saying, "As you know, I returned to the company for two years, and two years only, with my only goal being to find the next CEO of The Walt Disney Company. Unfortunately, all ...
But there are some caveats, provisos, quid pro quos...
ORLANDO, FL -- Universal Studios Orlando apparently has a new plan to woo Disney Annual Passholders to switch to Universal, pro-rating the cost of a comparable Universal Annual Pass based on the remaining time of their Disney pass. A draft press release leaked to Uncle Walt's Insider gave details:
Based on the type of Annual Pass you currently have with Disney and months you have left on it, Universal will pro-rate the cost of ...
No more Mexico Pavilion! Does Colombia have churros?
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The "Gran Fiesta Tour starring the Three Caballeros," a/k/a the Mexico boat ride with Donald Duck and those two other birds, is no more. And neither is Epcot's Mexico Pavilion.
We've known that a change was coming, since we figured Disney would want to freshen up the ride with a more recent I.P. than ¡Saludos Amigos! We of course predicted a Guardians of the Galaxy overlay, but then they built ...