A call is being made to change the theme of one of Disney’s most well-known attractions: Splash Mountain.
Ahead of Walt Disney World's reopening Saturday, it offered a sneak peek on how it's preparing for guests. The park is also resuming ticket sales.
The theme park is set to reopen on Saturday.
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As Disney World welcomed passholders for a preview ahead of Saturday's reopening, fans were pleased with the park's new COVID-19 precautions.
The Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. recently got a paint job, but Twitter users aren’t exactly thrilled about it.
Anakeesta's AnaVista Tower is the highest point in downtown Gatlinburg and the only 360-degree view of the Smoky Mountains.
It's definitely received the royal treatment.
Rihanna may be a queen in our world, but in Elena Morgun's world, she's a princess - a Disney princess, more specifically. A talented artist from Ukraine, Elena had the genius idea to reimagine female celebrities as Disney princesses, and the results are positively spellbinding and totally frame-worthy. Elena's first Disney-themed illustration transformed Rachel McAdams into Cinderella - complete with a modern-day version of her glass slipper, a glitzy Jimmy Choo heel - and the creativity blossomed from there, as she's continued sharing more and more celebrity-princess mashups on her increasingly popular Instagram page. Using a Wacom graphics tablet and Adobe Photoshop, Elena has transformed stars like Elle Fanning, Camila Cabello, and Halle Bailey into leading ladies from some of our favorite Disney flicks. Check out her impressive work ahead. Related: These Artistic Takes on Disney Princesses Will Change the Way You See Them Forever
A new report by Cosmetify looks at the top searched makeup looks inspired by Disney princesses and villains.
South Korea was praised early on for quickly controlling its coronavirus outbreak with testing and tracing, but a second wave has gripped the country.
Following the announcement of his Netflix docuseries, activist and former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick has another major project in the works: he and Disney have agreed to a multiplatform first-look deal to tell "scripted and unscripted stories that explore race, social injustice, and the quest for equity," Disney said in a statement. The projects will also "provide a new platform to showcase the work of Black and Brown directors and producers."
As Japanese theme parks reopen, visitors have been instructed not to scream on the roller coasters, in efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
The park also opened its first Starbucks.
The news sparked a debate on Twitter about past 'Peter Pans.'
Coronavirus pandemic be damned, Disney World is set to reopen on July 11 It’s true — come Saturday, Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, will once again be open to the public. Despite the fact that Florida continues to make headlines as a coronavirus hotspot, the “most magical place on earth” plans to once again 
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Oscar-winning Italian composer Ennio Morricone, who created the coyote-howl theme for the iconic Spaghetti Western “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," died on Monday. He was 91.
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As Walt Disney World prepares to reopen Saturday, Florida has recorded the largest weekly increase in coronavirus cases in the country.
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Legendary football coach Lou Holtz appeared on "The Ingraham Angle" to discuss the impact that the coronavirus is having on college athletics.
On Thursday, legendary football coach Lou Holtz appeared on The Ingraham Angle to discuss the impact that the coronavirus is having on college athletics. His passion certainly shined through as he voiced a tangential argument on the matter. With colleges and universities across the country still shut down, and confirmed cases still rising, the upcoming football season is sure to be heavily impacted, if not cancelled altogether. And the thought of that is quite upsetting to Holtz. “The way it is right now, they just don't want to have sports and there's no way in this world you can do anything in this world without a risk,” said Holtz. “People stormed Normandy...they knew there was going to be casualties, they knew there was going to be risk, but it was a way of life.” Only a few hours prior to his appearance, the Big Ten announced they would not play football outside of their conference. Holtz thought the idea was ridiculous because the strength of schedule wouldn’t be strong enough. He also said it would negatively impact smaller schools, like the one where his son is a coach. “Let me tell you a devastating effect it is going to have in the non Power Five schools. My son’s the coach at Louisiana Tech and he should play Baylor, Vanderbilt, those are money games, those are very, very important to them but how are you going to have football when they don't even want to have school?” Holtz, who has campaigned for Donald Trump’s re-election, echoed the president’s recent comments for schools to reopen as scheduled. And he believes all this talk of no school and no sports will end one way or another on November 3rd. “What has happened to our way of life?” Holtz queried. “Look at it from both points of view, the risk is always there but you cannot just look at it from one side and that's exactly what's happening and I think it will end on election day.”
Record deaths in Sunbelt states contradict Trump’s claims, and positivity rates are on the rise across the country.
In a wide-ranging interview on Hannity Thursday night, President Trump claimed that COVID-19 related deaths are decreasing even as California, Texas, and Florida all set single-day records for deaths.