In this episode we talk about a new Spider-Man themed deck of cards, Stranger Things, our first look at Wednesday by Tim Burton coming to Netflix later this year, runDisney announces their next races celebrating their 15-year anniversary, and are Magic Keys are changing again? Plus we discuss the recent incident at Disneyland Paris involving a proposal and episode 3 of the Disney+ original series, Obi-Wan!
This week, we talk about Bob Iger continuing his investment journey by adding a couple of more companies to his portfolio, one of our Disney+ favorites gets an official TikTok account, we get our first look at an iconic character’s final run, Fantasmic is back and Tale of the Lion King gets a new home, new characters are now appearing at Galaxy’s Edge and we talk about whom we’d like to see come to the land, plus we talk about the all-new Disney+ original series, Obiwan!
This week, a new and unique cancer treatment gets tested, and why Teamboat Willie (our fundraising team) participates in fundraising events, Bob Iger becomes an investor in a major player in the collectibles industry, rumors run wild about the introduction of King Namor in the MCU and how he may not be Atlantean, Thor: Love and Thunder shows us quite a bit in a new trailer and we talk about the latest Disney+ original film Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers!
This week we talk about Betty White and a great way to honor her memory on the anniversary of her 100th birthday, Bob Iger’s tenure with the Walt Disney Company has come to an end, there was a great connection between a popular TV show and the latest Disney+ original series ‘The Book of Boba Fett’, plus we talk about Disney’s Encanto and what we’d like to be able to do if our houses granted us magical abilities!
This week Larry is back and we hear how he feels about Hawkeye so far, Rogers The Musical merch hits stores, things we said about Tom Holland and It’s A Small World in the last episode are updated in this one, trying to figure out how to watch the new Spider-man film, Genie+ is officially available at Disneyland, and the Disney Company has made a historic selection to replace Bob Iger.