Disney Pledges $5 Million for Notre Dame Restoration

“Remember Quasimodo, this is your sanctuary.” Hunchback of Notre Dame One of Paris’ and the world’s most historic landmark was ablaze Monday, during the holiest of weeks for the Christian church. Left standing among the ashes were three three rose widows, the cross and the alter within the sanctuary, many of the statues that had been removed for the renovations that were taking place and … Continue reading Disney Pledges $5 Million for Notre Dame Restoration

All About Disney Skyliner, New Mode of WDW Transportation

Welcome back to our blog. We talk all things Disney World and beyond and we are excited that you could join us! Be sure to follow us on Instagram at ForLoveOfMouse, on Facebook at For The Love of The Mouse and on YouTube at For Love of The Mouse. Beginning in fall 2019 (exact date not yet disclosed), guests will be able to discover a new vantage point of some of … Continue reading All About Disney Skyliner, New Mode of WDW Transportation

Disney+ What You Need to Know

Launching on November 12, 2019 Disney+, Disney’s own streaming service will bring streaming services to a whole new level. “We are all in.” Says The Walt Disney Company CEO, Bob Iger. Disney Plus will cost subscribers $7 a month or $69 when paid yearly. It expects subscribers to total 60 million to 90 million by 2024. Back in 2012, Netflix and Disney signed an agreement that … Continue reading Disney+ What You Need to Know

Star Wars: The Future of the Epic Franchise

According to Bob Iger, he is not concerned with fans being overexposed to Star Wars because after the release of Episode IX, the famed franchise will take a break. The final installment of The Skywalker Saga, Episode IX, titled, Star Wars: The Rise of Skylwalker, will mark the end of an era for many die hard Star Wars fans and although this will not be … Continue reading Star Wars: The Future of the Epic Franchise

Monsters at Work Coming to Disney+

Disney will be holding an investor presentation this Thursday, April 11, where rumor has it, they will announce plans for the streaming platform Disney+. Disney+, the Disney streaming service is going to be taken over by Monsters! That’s right. “Monsters at Work”, an animated series is set six months after the original movie ended. This exciting series will feature the entire original voice cast, including … Continue reading Monsters at Work Coming to Disney+