Parents hiring handicapped people so their kids can jump in line at Disney World is now apparently a thing
Lines at theme parks can be long and torturous, but Disney honestly does everything it possibly can to make your wait shorter and less excruciating at its parks. Apparently, that’s got good enough for some parents, who have gotten into the habit of paying random handicapped people to pose as part of their family long enough to get bumped up to the front of the line.
Is Spring Breakers that controversial, or are its female leads simply progressing into adulthood the way every Disney star must?
So everyone knew that Star Wars Episode VII wouldn’t be the only Star Wars movie Disney would make… obviously. They paid a shit ton of money for the franchise and they’re going to get their money’s worth. Apparently, the plan is that starting with Episode VII, they want to do a new Star Wars movie ever single summer starting in 2015. How much Star Wars is too much? We’ll find out.
Despite your opinion on what George Lucas did with the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Lucasarts has been a solid source of quality entertainment for decades. Games like Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion, Sam & Max and Loom, as well as lots of Star Wars games were made by Lucasarts over the years and became part of gaming popular culture. But now that Disney is in charge, they’ve shut down the studio as a studio, only retaining a few lawyers for licensing.
Earlier today, Disney officially announced ‘Finding Dory’, a sequel to the 2003 hit, Finding Nemo, that will as the title suggests, focus on everyone’s forgetful little blue fish.
The day that Disney bought Star Wars, many people speculated that at some point, Star Wars would go from just a periodic weekend event at Disney World into a full blown park either inside or separate from other Disney parks. So it’s no surprise to now learn that Disney does indeed have bold plans to possibly build a Star Wars park inside Disneyland.