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Disney Hopes Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Storyline Will Inspire New Generations

As Disney Parks reveals new details about the plot of the upcoming Tiana’s Bayou Adventure attraction, Walt Disney Imagineering hopes that the ride’s storyline will inspire future generations to uplift their communities. The Princess and the Frog (2009), one of the last hand-drawn animated films by Walt Disney Animation Studios, tells the story of a hardworking young woman named Tiana ...

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Disney Guest Hitches Ride on Parade Float

A Disney Parks parade has gone viral online after a video surfaced of a Guest hopping on one of the floats to ride alongside Goofy. Disney Parks Entertainment shows are one of the most magical experiences on a Disney vacation. In addition to stunning choreography, intricate costumes, magnificent floats, and original soundtracks, Disney parades often allow Guests to see some ...

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Will Disney Parks Ban Influencers After Viral Contraband Incident?

Disney Parks could be close to a total ban on all Influencers after a video of an incident involving a Guest and contraband materials went viral online. Since Walt Disney opened Disneyland Park in 1955, Guests have enjoyed documenting their visits to the Disney Parks using personal cameras. As a result, Disney even began to provide designated photo locations sponsored ...

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Guest Complaints Shut Down ‘Disgraceful’ Ride at this Disney Park

After numerous Guest complaints, Disney has made the decision to close down this allegedly “disgraceful” ride at one of the most popular theme parks in the country. When Disneyland Paris first opened as EuroDisneyland in 1992, it did not garner the expected responses from local residents and tourists alike, forcing then-CEO Michael Eisner to reevaluate many of the Walt Disney ...

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Disney To Sell Content to Rival Distributors

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A new report from Bloomberg reveals that sources within the Walt Disney Company claim it intends to sell a large majority of its exclusive content to rival distributors. RELATED: Bob Iger’s Bad Decision in 2019 is Causing Big Problems in 2023 Previously, with the transition of CEO Bob Iger to now former CEO Bob Chapek, along with the acquisition of properties ...

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Could This Universal Ban Come to Walt Disney World?

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Universal Orlando prohibits all Guests from filming or recording while on any ride, with this ban even extending to metal detectors to locate phones on riders, a policy that may soon come to the Walt Disney World Resort. The Universal Orlando Resort opened its first theme park in 1990, with the debut of Universal Studios Florida just one year behind ...

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Prospective Disney Cast Members Should Be Aware of This Hiring Change

If you’re interested in becoming a Disney Cast Member at the Walt Disney World Resort, you’ll want to know about these changes just made to one of the Walt Disney Company’s most popular hiring programs. Walt Disney World employs approximately 77,000 Cast Members across all four theme parks. And whether you work at the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, EPCOT, ...

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Disney World Releases New Valentine’s Day DOLE Whip Flavor

This Valentine’s Day, visitors to the Walt Disney World Resort can fall in love with unique feasts and flavors inspired by the season of sweethearts, including an all-new DOLE whip recipe available for a limited time! DOLE Whip, the beloved pineapple soft serve enjoyed by Disney Parks Guests since 1976, made its way from Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room at ...

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Hercules or Rogers the Musical: Which is Coming to the Disney Hyperion Theater?

Disney recently posted a casting call, inviting performers to audition for principal roles in a new “limited run” musical production at the Hyperion Theater, leaving many fans debating if the subject of the show will feature the demigod Hercules or the supersoldier Steve Rogers as featured in the fictional play “Rogers the Musical.” The Hyperion Theater opened at Disney California ...

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