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You Won’t BELIEVE the Fate of Glass Bottles at Disney World!

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You might be surprised to learn what becomes of glass bottles at the Walt Disney World Resort. We live in a world in which the mindset, thoughts, and processes of recycling and reuse aren’t only important, but they’re absolutely necessary. And Disney is dedicated to being part of the solution–not the problem. Disney Parks Blog shared a video that shares ...

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Disney World Says Goodbye Forever to Splash Mountain This Weekend

For Guests hoping to have one last experience with a log flume and a 50-foot near-vertical drop at Disney World’s Splash Mountain attraction, time is running short, as Magic Kingdom bids farewell forever to the 30-year-old water ride on Sunday evening. RELATED: State of Florida Files Suit to Stop Disney’s Retheming of Splash Mountain Disney’s initial announcement in June 2020 ...

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Walt Disney to Replace Benjamin Franklin on the $100 Bill: Report

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the inception of The Walt Disney Company, the image of Walter Elias Disney will reportedly be printed on U. S. currency through June 2024. RELATED: Disney Has Until June 2023 to Build the Walter Elias Disney International Airport at Disney World The year 2023 marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of The ...

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Tom Hanks Talks Retirement From His 45-Year Acting Career

Tom Hanks has been acting for more than four decades, and after the recent release of his newest film, fans want to know about his plans for retirement. RELATED: Tim Allen Talks Frankly About His Retirement from Acting Josh Baskin, Sam Baldwin, Detective Scott Turner, “Sully” Sullenberger, Forrest Gump, astronaut Jim Lovell, Colonel Tom Parker, Sheriff Woody, the incomparable Walt ...

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Netflix Cancels Neil Patrick Harris After Just One Season

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A brand-new show starring Neil Patrick Harris has been canceled by the chief Disney+ rival. RELATED: Neil Patrick Harris and Family Once Again Set the Standard When it Comes to Halloween Uncoupled, a romantic comedy series starring Neil Patrick Harris, has been canceled by Netflix after only running on the streaming platform for one season. The series was created by ...

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Disney Still Owes Ex-CEO Bob Chapek Millions

It’s been more than two months since Disney fired its former CEO Bob Chapek, but the Company still owes him millions. In a move in February 2020 that shocked Disney fans and rattled Wall Street’s finest, Disney’s CEO Bob Iger announced that he was stepping down from his post, effective immediately. Former chief of Disney’s Parks, Experiences, and Products division, ...

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Disneyland Resort Has Exciting Plans for Black History Month and Beyond

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Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, is gearing up for an exciting celebration of Black History Month in February and beyond. The Walt Disney Company is dedicated to diversity and inclusion at its theme parks, across its many brands, and in its entertainment offerings. As such, Disney Parks Blog is sharing exciting things that will make celebrating Black History in February ...

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This Disney Company Exec Made $255,000 a Day in 2022. And He Wasn’t Even Good at His Job.

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Can you imagine drawing a six-figure daily salary? Yes. Six figures a day? It sounds like pie in the sky, but earlier this week, it was revealed that one of Disney’s worst-performing executives did precisely that for more than three months. According to Disney’s securities filing from earlier this week, the chief of communications for The Walt Disney Company, Geoff ...

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Disney Park Repeatedly Warns Guests of Dangers Brought on By Nearby Protests, Riots

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Strikes and protests by workers created a very dangerous and frustrating situation for Disney Park Guests. For the most part, Disney Parks are open year-round to Guests. Disney magic keeps no stopwatch, and the parks’ open schedules make it possible for individuals and families to visit when it’s most convenient for them–barring, of course, the wretched Park Pass Reservation System. ...

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