Disney And YouTube Drop PewDiePie After Anti-Semitic Posts

Disney has severed ties with Pewdiepie, the world’s highest-paid YouTube star, after he posted several anti-Semitic videos. Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie) has posted nine videos featuring anti-Semitic comments or Nazi imagery, the Wall Street Journal reports. These include a video of men paid by Kjellberg to hold up a sign reading “Death to All Jews” (Kjellberg later referred to this as a joke gone too far) and another with a man dressed as Jesus who says, “Hitler did nothing wrong.” Multiple videos feature swastikas, while another includes photos of Hitler, with Kjellberg wearing a “Make America Great…

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‘Happily Ever After’ Nighttime Spectacular Debuts May 12

“Happily Ever After,” a new nighttime spectacular that will combine the magic of Disney storytelling, beloved Disney characters, fireworks and so much more, will debut at Magic Kingdom Park on May 12. The spectacular will inspire guests to seek out and find their own “Happily Ever After” by showcasing some of the greatest adventures Disney characters have taken to achieve their dreams. The show will feature the latest fireworks and pyrotechnics and original animation, plus a heart-tugging original score. And thanks to the inclusion of state-of-the-art projection mapping technology, more…

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Disney reveals how all Pixar films are connected

Eagle-eyed fans of Disney-Pixar’s animated films have long wondered if the characters in “Cars,” “Monsters, Inc.,” “Finding Nemo” and other beloved Pixar flicks all lived in the same cinematic universe. The clues, they believed, were in each film’s Easter eggs, not-so-hidden nods to other films in the Pixar collection, which spans more than two decades, dating back to 1995’s “Toy Story.” For example, a “Toy Story” Pizza Planet truck shows up in just about every film, as does the number A113. Now, Disney has pretty much confirmed the fan theory by…

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Show Drones Light Up the Skies During the Holidays at Disney Springs

Disney recently received approval to fly drones or unmanned aircraft from the FAA over Disney property which is currently a “No Fly Zone” for any aircraft.  Disney Parks YouTube channel released this short preview of how Disney will use this approval for a Christmas show at Disney Springs.

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