Who’s ready for some football? That’s what I’ve been hearing all week this week, since the Big Game is here in Atlanta. We’ve been living and breathing the event for the past week. It’s been interesting to watch.
If you’re not interested in football, or even if you are, I’ve got some great articles for you to read this week. Many are losing the minds over the long awaited release of Kingdom Hearts 3, you’ll be able to catch Black Panther for free, and more.
In Case You Missed It – Disney and Universal Orlando News and Rumors
Yikes! There’s been another Hepatitis A outbreak at Walt Disney World. This time it’s at Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue.
Disney is making a big bet on clean energy and Forbes recent shared an article about some of the steps the company is taking.
This weekend is the Big Game and here are some those who said those famous words – “I’m going to Disney World” over the past few years.
To get ready for the new Disney Cruise Line sailings, Port Canaveral is going to be spending $46 million in upgrades.
A new Sail Away party is going to be introduced. Disney’s all new deck party will continue to be a high-energy countdown celebration but the change will be occurring aboard the Disney Wonder. Mickey’s Sail-A-Wave Deck Party will feature Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pluto, and Donald.
The Walt Disney Family Museum is introducing a podcast, once again. Subscribe on iTunes.
Have you been playing Kingdom Hearts 3 nonstop yet? Here are some helpful Keyblade tips.
One of the big questions as Disney moves forward with the Fox acquisition is what will happen to “The Simpsons”. Variety takes a closer look.
Black Panther will return to the big screen to celebrate Black History Month from February 1–7, at 250 participating AMC Theatres locations. To ensure that the movie is accessible to all, tickets are free and there will be two showings per day at each participating theater.
Apparently, there may be a Princess Diaries 3 in the works. Would you go see it?
Not long ago documents had leaked that showed that Universal Orlando’s upcoming third theme park was to be called “Fantastic Worlds.” But it looks like Warner Brothers might object to the new name.
Comcast’s theme park revenue increased by 15% over this quarter.