Star Wars Actor Andrew Jack has died after contracting Covid-19, his agent has said. According to BBC, the 76-year-old died in a Surrey hospital on Tuesday. Agent Jill McCullough said she had been inundated with tributes to one of the acting world's "brightest and clearest voices". She said Jack was unable to see his wife... Continue Reading →
Much of America is working from home during the coronavirus outbreak— so Disney is providing some backgrounds for video conference. The batch of backgrounds are all Pixar-themed: These backgrounds are compatible on Zoom, as well as other video conferencing apps.
Being quarantined during the coronavirus outbreak is certainly no fun— but Disney is looking ease the anxiety by giving fans something to do: read. Disney is releasing a free eBook version of “Conceal, Don’t Feel: A Twisted Tale”. The book answers the “what if” questions from the blockbuster “Frozen” franchise. Readers can download an electronic... Continue Reading →
The latest “Twisted Tale”—an anthology series of “what-if” imaginings of beloved Disney stories—envisions what might have happened if Frozen’s Anna and Elsa never knew each other. Disney is releasing an exclusive excerpt from author Jen Calonita’s “Conceal, Don’t Feel: A Twisted Tale” below. Chapter One: Elsa “Presenting Princess Elsa of Arendelle!” Elsa stepped out of... Continue Reading →
“Fancy Nancy” is set to strike an emotional cord on April 2nd, which happens to be World Autism Awareness Day. The episode will show Nancy befriending Lionel’s favorite cousin, Sean, who has autism. The episode airs April 2nd at 8 a.m. EST on Disney Junior.
While Disney World and Disneyland remain closed indefinitely, but Disney is giving fans a fix through an extremely rare tour of Walt Disney Imagineering. Walt Disney Imagineering is where some of the most creative minds come together to bring the ideas of Disney to life. A creative force, a historical treasure, a dream factory and... Continue Reading →
Disneyland Paris is extending their park closure due to the coronavirus indefinitely. The initial closure was expected to span from mid-March through the end of the month. Here is the official statement from Disneyland Paris: Disneyland Paris will continue to pay cast members through April 18th, but after that those recipients will have to rely... Continue Reading →
Disney Cruise Line is taking further action as the coronavirus pandemic continues-- by suspending new departures through April 28. Guests affected by the decision will be offered a cruise credit or full refund. Cruise credits must be used on a future sailing within 15 months of the original sail date, cruise line officials said. Here's... Continue Reading →
Outgoing Disney CEO Bob Iger and new CEO Bob Chapek are taking major pay cuts over the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Iger will forgo his salary, while Chapek takes a 50% cut. The news was announced in an internal e-mail sent to cast members. Other Disney executives will take pay cuts as well, Chapek... Continue Reading →