Finally, a list of some positive things about Disney!
BR'ER BANK, CA -- We at Uncle Walt's Insider have given The Disney Company and Bob "Bob" Chapek some grief about all of their recent extra-cost experiences. While, yes, they do give the impression that Disney is trying to squeeze every shiny dime out of their guests, there are some positive things to report.
You see, there are some things at Disney Parks, Resorts & Spas that are completely free to guests. Not only ...
We'd write a subheadline, but we're afraid Disney will charge us for it.
BURBANK, CA -- Uncle Walt's Insider previously reported (with 100% accuracy) that it was coming, but now Disney has now officially announced the new "Genie" service.
The Genie app eliminates all those annoying free features that investors hated and brings in a new era of pay-to-play to the Disney parks. This revenue-generating service (again, first announced here at UWI) will eliminate FastPass, FastPass+, MaxPass, MaxPass+, and FastPass+-++-++.
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The beloved classic has more views than Hamilton!
BURBANK, CA-- Word has gotten out that Walt Disney's classic film Song of the South is now available on Disney+. While promised in the past, only now have subscribers been able to watch the movie, which features the stories of Uncle Remus in a mixture of live action and animation (like the Avengers films).
But you won't find it in any listings -- you have to search with the exact title.
Even with that restriction -- ...
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"Hey Walt, what do you think of Walt Disney World becoming an all-inclusive resort? What are the pros and cons?"
Submitted by George K., Winter Haven, FL
Thanks for asking.
When we first broke the news, people cried about corporate greed, and how it makes this unaffordable for the working class, or even the middle class. We pointed out that parking was included, but the damage had been done and Disney backed ...
Don't look at the cover photo. Disney may soon charge you for it.
BURBANK, CA -- In its latest move towards Total Domination of All MediaTM, the Disney Company has acquired ownership and all publishing rights in the "lady yelling at cat" meme.
Sources say that the company is still considering how best to use the property. It's early in the process, but there may be a lady/cat feature film, a new series on Disney+, or a new land at Disney's Animal Kingdom ...