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  • What Would Happen if Apple Bought Disney?

    Some of you may have heard some buzz online yesterday about the possibility of Apple buying Disney with that giant pile of cash they have sitting in their pocket. As the Market Insider reports, “…we are living in a world where ‘content is king.’ Currently, there is a battle raging among content providers for your […]

  • “Happily Ever After” Fireworks Theme Song Clip is Released

    The fireworks spectacular, “Happily Ever After”, at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom debuts on May 12, 2017. Tonight the Disney Parks Blog has released a new clip of the theme song. The new fireworks display will also be accompanied by “more lasers, lights and projections than ever before.” The theme song is seemingly trying to […]

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    Walt Disney World Hosts GQ Style Magazine Photoshoot

    GQ Style magazine had the opportunity of having the first ever men’s fashion photoshoot at Walt Disney World. The British magazine took pictures all around the Magic Kingdom with model Julian Schneyder. The photos also featured Donald Duck, the Seven Dwarfs, and Cinderella Castle. The GQ Style spring summer issue, which this photoshoot is featured in, […]

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    How Far Can Your ‘Snack Credit’ Go?

    When you plan to use the Disney Dining Plan do you really value your snack credits? Typically I feel that more emphasise (naturally so) will always go on the meal credits as they are going to be worth more. Do not be fooled into seeing your snack credit as an insignificant extra however, as they can often […]

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    How Far Can Your ‘Snack Credit’ Go?

    When you plan to use the Disney Dining Plan do you really value your snack credits? Typically I feel that more emphasise (naturally so) will always go on the meal credits as they are going to be worth more. Do not be fooled into seeing your snack credit as an insignificant extra however, as they can often […]

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    Why Are Disney Parks Different?

    The answer is simple. Walt Disney himself answered that same question when talking about Disneyland when he said, “Disneyland is not just another amusement park. It’s unique, and I want it kept that way. Besides, you don’t work for a dollar- you work to create and have fun.” The Disney parks are different because when […]

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    How Disney’s Decline in Revenue Could Affect Star Wars Land and Toy Story Land

    Disney continues to miss revenue expectations, and as a Disney parks fan this has me worried. On February 7th, 2017 Disney’s first-quarter earnings reports were released. Disney had a decline in revenue this quarter, and this isn’t the only quarterly report in recent memory where Disney saw a loss in revenue. I’m concerned that Disney […]

  • ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Opening Weekend Rakes in $170 Million

    Disney’s latest live-action remake, Beauty and the Beast, made $170 million dollars in ticket sales in North America this weekend. The film now has the largest March opening of all time surpassing last year’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The film’s success is largely due to its mass appeal being a PG-rated film, and the […]

  • Beauty and the Beast Opening Weekend Could Exceed Expectations

    Beauty and the Beast, the new live-action Disney feature, is poised to exceed the company’s opening weekend expectations. Disney initially had hoped to finish with $120 million domestically this weekend, then upped their estimate to somewhere in the range of $140 million to $155 million; but based on ticket sales for Thursday night previews and […]