Why Disney World is NOT Just For Kids

Send the kids to bed early.

Send the kids to bed early.

This post was inspired by a friend, who not only has no interest in going to Disney World anytime soon, but wants to send her future children there with her sister’s family so she doesn’t have to go. This is indicative of a misleading stigma regarding Disney World . . . → Read More: Why Disney World is NOT Just For Kids

Disney’s Imagination Theme Park

Imagine this.

Imagine this.

You read the title correctly – rumors have begun to spread that Disney has plans for a theme park called, “Imagination Park.” Disney’s internet domain registrations are often publicized, and in this case, the clues have sprung up in several locations:

• DisneyImaginationPark.com

• DisneyImaginationPark.net

• DisneyImaginationPark.org

• Imagination-Park.com

• Imagination-Park.net

. . . → Read More: Disney’s Imagination Theme Park

The Princess and The Critic

“If I kiss you, you'll become a racially tolerant prince?”

“If I kiss you, you’ll become a racially tolerant prince?”

Disney has recently announced proudly that their newest princess will, for the first time, be African American. You might be surprised (as Disney was) to discover that this news has not been received warmly by the African American community. In fact, the term “racism” . . . → Read More: The Princess and The Critic

D23: A New Club Created Just for Disney (Fans)

d23

On March 10th of this year, Disney announced the launch of a new community initiative called D23 (in honor of the year 1923, when a young Walt Disney left home to ultimately create Disney Studios). Bob Iger, president and CEO of the Disney company, claims that they’ve been researching fan-sites for years to discover . . . → Read More: D23: A New Club Created Just for Disney (Fans)

What Disney did to Star Wars

What is the universe coming to?

What is the universe coming to?

As most of you know, Disney does not own Star Wars nor did it have a hand in creating the beloved franchise. When Disney decided to rush their studio theme park to market in order to compete with Universal, they came to the conclusion that they didn’t have . . . → Read More: What Disney did to Star Wars

Ambassador Mickey: Disney Makes A Play For Washington

Look out world!

Look out world!

Earlier today, Disney acquired the National Harbor development land near Washington DC from The Peterson Companies. Disney is reportedly planning to use this site as the location for a new resort hotel targeted at visitors to the National Capital Region.

Wait a minute, when did I elect Mickey Mouse as the . . . → Read More: Ambassador Mickey: Disney Makes A Play For Washington

Roger Rabbit, Steven Spielberg, and Abraham Lincoln

'Stop fighting and make me a sequel!'

‘Stop fighting and make me a sequel!’

As you may or may not be aware, an epic movie distribution deal between Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks and Universal Pictures recently fell apart, leaving Spielberg the need to complete a deal with his second (or far from second) choice – Disney. Well I never thought I’d see . . . → Read More: Roger Rabbit, Steven Spielberg, and Abraham Lincoln

Working in Disney World: Behind the Magic

Disney Staff Training

Disney Staff Training

A job in Disney World would be, dare I say, magical; and indeed what more perfect place is there to begin a career the day after college graduation?

So went the inner thoughts of a once naive man, and all too many innocent victims of the Disney Corporation. Yes, I admit . . . → Read More: Working in Disney World: Behind the Magic