Premium Transportation Service to Include Drones

Earlier this month, the Walt Disney World Resort announced a new premium option that will take park-hopping guests from one park to another via the backstage areas of the resort, for a fee of $15 a day. Response has been so positive that Disney plans to add an ultra-premium option, that will transport guests not by bus, but by drone – effectively cutting their transit time in half. “In theory, a guest could get off of Space Mountain, harness up to the drone, and be in line for Tower of Terror in 10 minutes,” said Thomas Jefferson Geronimo III, Vice… Continue reading this fake story…

Spaceship Earth to be Remade as Ball from Indiana Jones Movie

The famous rolling ball that almost flattened Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark will soon be part of the makeover for the iconic Spaceship Earth attraction at Epcot. This comes in response to the backlash over projecting an image of the Death Star from the Star Wars films onto the beloved attraction. “We were shocked by the reaction of some Disney fans online to the Death Star projection on Spaceship Earth,” said Remi Angeles, Vice President of Social Media Relations for Walt Disney World. “We weren’t shocked that people were rejecting the change because that is commonplace with… Continue reading this fake story…

Man Becomes Ill Due to “Lack of Magic”

A tourist visiting Walt Disney World last week fell ill just before he was scheduled to return to his home outside of Houston, Texas. The doctors diagnosed him with what medical professionals are calling a “Magic Deficiency” which is caused by suddenly being deprived of Magic. The story starts when Hans Jameson flew to Orlando for his annual Walt Disney World vacation. For eight days, he was surrounded and penetrated by Disney’s patented “Magic” which encapsulates all things at the Walt Disney World Resort. Suddenly, it was time to go home and the Magic was gone. That’s when Jameson fell… Continue reading this fake story…

Cars 3 Storyline Released

A teaser trailer for Disney/Pixar’s Cars 3 was released last week and it showed Lightning McQueen crashing in slow motion on the race track. In an unusual move, fans of the franchise quickly jumped to conclusions online rather than waiting for the movie to come out to get the full story. Fans are stating that this trailer is “too dark” for audiences, citing how cars never crash in NASCAR or in real life. “Yes, I will absolutely judge a movie based on 30 seconds out of a 90 minute movie,” wrote one jaded online “journalist” Aiden Montrose. “Getting the whole… Continue reading this fake story…