Walt Disney World to host world’s largest LGBTQ+ conference amid criticism from DeSantis
The decision to hold the conference in Florida was made in 2019, according to a spokesperson for Out & Equal.
Metro Atlanta high school students selected to take part in Disney Dreamers program
The five metro Atlanta teens were chosen out of thousands of applicants to be part of a once-in-a-lifetime mentoring program at Walt Disney World and got to celebrate in a parade with "The Little Mermaid" star Halle Bailey.
Disney managers told to identify layoff candidates, with 4K job cuts expected by April: report
Disney managers were given an April deadline to propose budget cuts and make a list of employees to be laid off.
Disney park price hikes 'too aggressive,' CEO Bob Iger admits
Bob Iger vows to be "smarter" about pricing as Disney moves forward, in order to maintain brand "accessibility."
Disney’s iconic Dole Whip treat coming to a grocery store near you
Imagine you’re walking around the Magic Kingdom on a hot summer day devouring a delicious Dole Whip. Well, you can now do that at home.
Disneyland banned Rebel Wilson over 'secret bathroom' selfie
Apparently when Disneyland says no selfies, they mean it - even if you're a celebrity!
'Peter Pan & Wendy': Disney+ shares 1st official trailer of live-action film
The new “Peter Pan & Wendy” trailer also gives fans a first look at Jude Law as Captain Hook and “Black-ish” star Yara Shahidi as Tinker Bell.
Burny Mattinson, Disney animator and longest-serving employee, dies at 87
Mattinson worked for the company for 70 years. His credits include "Mickey’s Christmas Carol," "The Great Mouse Detective," "Lady and the Tramp," and "One Hundred and One Dalmatians."
California man breaks record for making 2,995 consecutive visits to Disneyland
Jeff Reitz started his journey in 2012.
Disney-themed children’s figurines recalled due to choking hazard
The recall involves more than 16,000 “My First” Disney figurines. U.S. consumer safety officials said the arms and/or legs on the small toys can detach.
Disney bride sees in color for first time at Walt Disney World wedding in Florida
A bride saw in color for the first time during her Disney Fairy Tale wedding in Florida, thanks to the help of specialty glasses.
Guests rescued from Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean ride
Disneyland's fire department rescued guests from the Pirates of the Caribbean ride as one of the boats filled with water.
'Toy Story' and 'Frozen' sequels in the works, Disney CEO reveals
Disney CEO Bob Iger made the announcement on an earnings call and said the company will have "more to share about these productions soon."
Disney to cut 7,000 jobs part of company restructuring, CEO Bob Iger announces
The Walt Disney Company will slash 7,000 jobs in an effort to cut costs and will be restructured into three core business segments, CEO Bob Iger revealed Wednesday during the company's first-quarter earnings call.
No, Walt Disney will not appear on the $100 bill, a claim started as satire
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which produces U.S. paper currency, said it has no plans to ever feature any Walt Disney-related images, characters or icons.
People are selling Disney's Splash Mountain water on eBay after ride permanently closed
Listings began popping up over the weekend before the ride permanently closed on Sunday to be reimagined as Tiana's Bayou Adventure.
Disney CEO orders hybrid employees back to the office four days per week
Bob Iger said he believes the move will benefit the company and its employees.
Gary Sinise Foundation hosts largest gathering of Gold Star families at Disney World
'Forrest Gump' star Gary Sinise sent more than 1,000 children of fallen military heroes to happiest place on Earth.
Disney World's Rock 'n' Roller Coaster closing for refurbishment at Hollywood Studios
Walt Disney World's Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith ride will temporarily close in February to undergo refurbishment, according to Walt Disney World's website, with plans to reopen sometime over the summer.
Some families going into debt to visit Walt Disney World, new study finds
A new study shows that some families are willingly going into debt to visit Walt Disney World in Orlando, with dining and ticket prices higher than what many had initially anticipated or budgeted for. However, 71% of those surveyed don't regret incurring debt for their Disney vacations and memories.