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Now that Disney has to give up 22 regional sports channels in order to buy key Fox assets, who's going to snap them up? It might be Amazon. CNBC tipsters claim the internet giant is bidding on all of the channels, including the YES Network. I...

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jason Weisberger (@jlw) on Nov 18, 2018 at 1:39pm PST Peanut butter and jelly on a warm pizza crust is pretty darn incredible. Hidden in the bowels of Disneyland's old Disneyl...

What is Star Wars without the iconic theme music from John Williams? The legendary composer who's been so essential to the life of space fantasy series has added his name to yet another big project: Disney's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge theme park attrac...

This is a dream and nightmare rolled into one story: A woman who stayed at the Disneyland Hotel in April has filed a lawsuit that claims she was bitten repeatedly by bed bugs during her stay. The degree to which the bed bugs were anthropomorphized (d...

"Ralph Breaks the Internet is a two-hour journey down a series of rabbit holes filled with laughs, tears, a ton of self-referential meta gags, and a Tumblr-worthy reinvention of familiar characters that eventually delivers something you didn't know y...

Does the world really need a new version of Dumbo? Hard to say. What we do know for sure is that it's awfully hard to say no to that face, which looks somehow even more heart-meltingly adorable in "live-action" (i.e., realistic-looking animation)....

    Sunday was Veterans Day, but what does it mean?  Established in 1947 via a campaign by World War II vet Raymond Weeks of Birmingham, Alabama — and made official by Congress in 1954 (expanded from Wold War I’s Armistice Day)...