Author Archives: Krysten Swensen

Disney Guest Shares Evacuation Chaos Before Hurricane Ian

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Hurricane Ian is currently battering the state of Florida with flash flooding, storm surges, and winds of more than 100 miles per hour. Hurricane Ian hit the Sunshine State as a Category 4 storm, but has since been downgraded to a Category 3. However, there is still a lot of damage that can be done before it leaves the state ...

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Figment Is Getting His Own Movie!


It’s been a wild time in terms of Disney movies, both animated and live-action. Disney has been creating some truly great movies recently, like Encanto, Turning Red, and the highly-anticipated upcoming sequel Disenchanted. On the flip side, there have been some less successful films like Lightyear and the recently released Pinocchio. There are a number of other live-action films coming down the ...

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Disney Offering Boxed Meals For Hurricane-Stranded Guests

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Hurricane Ian has now made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 Hurricane — with massive storm surges, flooding, and sustained winds of 155 miles per hour. The storm is expected to weaken as it continues across the state, but the Orlando area will still be hit with intense wind and rain. The weather will be so severe that Walt ...

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Disney Cruise Ship Sailings Delayed and Canceled Due to Hurricane

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Today has been quite the day for Disney and other theme parks in the Orlando area. SeaWorld, Universal Orlando, and the Walt Disney World Resort will all be closed on Wednesday, September 28, and Thursday, September 29 due to Hurricane Ian. Ian is currently barreling towards the state after ripping through the Caribbean and Cuba with winds of more than ...

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Sign Flies Over Disney World, Calls FL. Governor a “Human Trafficker”

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For months, The Walt Disney Company and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have been in a back-and-forth, which has trickled down to supporters of both sides going up against each other. The problems began when DeSantis and his fellow Florida Republicans in the state legislature passed the “Parental Rights in Education” bill — also known as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. ...

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