The new documentary “Red Penguins,” available Aug. 4, explores the wild ride that was the Russian Penguins’ hockey team—one that included gangsters, bears, and Disney.
Disney reopening its parks amid record COVID-19 numbers in Florida is just one more reminder that despite a magical, cuddly image, it’s just another money-grubbing institution.
In the latest volley in a feud between Disney heirs and the Magic Kingdom, Walt’s grandson speaks out about the company furloughing workers during COVID-19.
In 2004, Disney sold the downtown of utopian Celebration, Florida, to a private equity firm. Residents say it took their money and let the city rot around them.
“A lot of [workers] have to live in their cars, on people’s couches, because they can’t afford the rent on that wage in the City of Anaheim.”
The legendary filmmaker is leading the charge against Marvel-Disney’s corporate stranglehold on cinema—and it’s a conversation we need to have.
The fatal alligator attack on a toddler at Disney World on Tuesday this week shocked the world. But it was far from the first bizarre Disney death.