Being part of a resistance is never easy.
First there were not enough Baby Yoda dolls and now it seems there are too many — at least for Disney’s liking.
Prince Harry might have sparked Disney’s interest in Meghan Markle for a voiceover deal that she recently signed.
Good news for people who pretend to understand gibberish-spewing robots!
Sometimes, true love is right in front of you.
“Modern Family” actress Ariel Winter posted a series of “cute” selfies in which she declared her affection for the popular “Mandalorian” character colloquially called Baby Yoda.
Catching on to the idea, everyone is…
Disneyland hit capacity.
Three Walt Disney World employees who portray the brand’s most famous characters — Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Minnie Mouse — at its sprawling Florida resort have filed police complaints alleging they were touched inappropriately by guests and suffered injuries during some interactions.
“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” may have won the weekend’s box office, the Skywalker finale couldn’t match its recent predecessors on opening weekend, but it still amassed a $175.5 million debut that ranked as the third-largest weekend of the year.
ABC News is airing a primetime special on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein but is reportedly omitting the spiked 2015 interview its anchor Amy Robach conducted with one of his victims.
Herman Boone, the high school football coach who inspired Disney’s “Remember the Titans,” passed away at the age of 84 on Wednesday.
“The most magical place on earth” has become a little less mysterious.
At 20 minutes, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is one of the longest rides at any Disney Park.
A guest at Disney World was caught on camera climbing on stage and disturbing an attraction mid-ride.
This news is bound to give some Disneyland fans a fright.
A spinoff of the popular live-action “Aladdin” is drawing criticism from fans.
Bill Nye is taking the Walt Disney Company to trial over claims that the organization drastically short-changed him on profits from his successful 1990s TV show.
A dying man’s request that he and his son be allowed to watch the new Star Wars film before it goes into general release on Dec. 20 has been granted by Disney CEO Bob Iger, a published report said.
Late-night host Lilly Singh called out Disney+ for its use of “outdated cultural depictions” disclaimers before some of its old movies.