If you see my out on the race course while running any time this weekend, come over and give me a high five!
This week, you likely missed a lot! There’s a preview of the movies coming out from Disney this year, a look at the backstory of the new King Kong attraction, and much more! Let’s get to it because I’ve got to get back to cheering!
In Case You Missed It – Disney and Universal Orlando News and Rumors
The Orlando Sentinel took a look at those of us fans who like to celebrate theme park attraction’s last days. Have you ever been in a park and celebrate the last day of an attraction? I’ve celebrated the last day of Maelstrom being open and it was bittersweet; very cool to be there the last day, but incredibly sad too.
Wow…The Motley Fool threw down. See why they say that Disney has been phoning it in lately and why it needs to stop. Do you agree?
If you’ll be flying, this is information you need to know. The TSA will stop taking Driver’s Licenses from 9 U.S. states. Find out if yours is one of them.
Looking forward to Disney’s movie slate for 2016? Here’s what you can expect to see in theaters this year.
Speaking of Disney movies for 2016, find out which Disney movies are some of the most anticipated ones for this year according to USA Today.
Holy frijoles! The Force Awakens has passed Avatar as the number one movie of all time domestically, in just 20 days. Just wow! This article doesn’t think it will pass it in worldwide standings though….what do you think?
Universal and Disney have set new yearly records for worldwide grosses for 2015.
Yikes! A caricature artist stabbed another artist at Universal this week.
Universal shared some of the backstory of the upcoming King Kong attraction, Skull Island: Reign of Kong. Are you excited about this attraction?
In Case We Missed It
What did we miss? Attach your ideas to this ridiculously expensive, even though it’s currently discounted Mickey Mouse Fine Writing Pen (where’s Derek Burgan to call stuff like this out when you need him?) and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words “In Case You Missed It” in the subject line.