In our Disney Detective, Marriott is opening a New Hotel on WDW property. And Mulan on Disney+ without the fee? And a Boycott as well?
Then in our Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy, ‘Disney Reportedly Has A Big Problem With The Mandalorian Season 2.
And for our Entertainment News, What is the fate for Black Panther? Chadwick Boseman Left Behind A Legacy & ‘Batman’ production halted due to Covid-19
And then we’ll finish up with our Insightful Picks of the week….
How do you direct a show like The Mandalorian and somehow convince your children ages 6 and 11 to keep Baby Yoda a secret? We talk about how Bryce Dallas Howard accomplished this very thing. We’ll also take a look at the issues surrounding merchandise for the show and we’ll talk about the opening of the new Rise of the Resistance ride in Walt Disney World.
In Entertainment News we’ll look at how Tiffany Haddish is embracing her Jewish identity. We will grudgingly acknowledge the honor bestowed upon “The Irishman” by the National Board of Review who apparently think there’s an overall shortage of Mafia movies and that we needed yet another Martin Scorsese Mafia movie with the same actors playing all too similar roles as so many others.
Michelle and Joe are on location at Disney’s Polynesia Spa and Resort in Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida for this special Disney specific podcast. They talk about the family traditions of Disney as they’ve been passed down through three generations now. We take a look at what Disney does right, what Disney does wrong and whether or not Disney World is still relevant and doing what’s right by it’s fans and it’s stockholders. We also ask, and hopefully answer the timeless question “Is Disney World really the happiest place on Earth”? Don’t miss this very special Disney edition of the podcast.
Joe and Madison are on location at Disney’s Polynesian Resort for this look at all things Disney World. We discuss some of the great family memories from over 12 years and 18 trips to Disney World. Madison discusses her favorite parks, rides, places to eat and fondest memories of a place she’s technically been visiting longer than she’s been breathing air. It’s a whimsical and nostalgic look at The Happiest Place on Earth from the point of view of a soon to be teen.