Author Archives: Stephen Porter

Stephen "Steve" Porter started going to the parks with his family in 1996. Since then he hasn't looked back! Steve was cast member participating in the Disney College Program in 2013. Most recently he graduated from Penn State University!


Mark Hamill May Have Hinted at the Release Date of the Full ‘Last Jedi’ Trailer

As the anticipation of Star Wars: The Last Jedi grows, fans are starting to get antsy for the film’s trailer. While the teaser trailer was released earlier this year at Star Wars: Celebration in Orlando, Star Wars fans are ready for the full theatrical trailer. Mark Hamill, known for his portrayal as Luke Skywalker, may […]


The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at Disney’s Fort Wilderness to Open September 20

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort has been temporarily closed as it recovers from the impacts of Hurricane Irma, which hit central Florida last weekend. There is good news; cast members from The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue dinner show located in Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort saw that starting Wednesday, September 20, their scheduled shifts go back to normal. While […]


Celebrate National Bourbon Heritage Month at Walt Disney World with These Cocktails

Did you know that September is National Bourbon Heritage Month? To celebrate bourbon heritage, a collection of some of the best bourbon drinks located at the bars and restaurants on Walt Disney World property was put together! So, if you’re over 21 and like an occasional bourbon, check out this list: Smoked Manhattan Location: Morimoto […]


Three Soundtrack Snippets from Disney-Pixar’s ‘Coco’ Released

The upcoming Disney-Pixar film Coco premieres in theaters on November 22, 2017, and the film’s soundtrack will be available on November 10. If you are really excited to hear the soundtrack and just can’t wait any longer, then there is good news. Entertainment Weekly just released three snippets from the soundtrack! The first song “Remember […]


Disney World Paying All Cast Members for Lost Shifts on Sunday and Monday Due to Hurricane Irma

This is simply one person’s opinion, but I truly believe Disney stepped up this past week in response to Hurricane Irma. Walt Disney World often is in the headlines for the company’s frugality towards their cast members. Recently, heated debates between Disney and the worker’s unions sparked a further divide between the cast members and […]


The Latest on How Hurricane Irma Affected Disney Cruise Line’s Terminal in Port Canaveral

According to Florida Today, Cruise ships began returning to Port Canaveral on Wednesday, but it wasn’t until Thursday that the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy returned to port. While it is good news that the ships have returned, unfortunately the port itself is facing some large infrastructure problems that could cause some difficulty moving forward. […]


Ellen DeGeneres Says ‘I Want My Robot Back!’

Yesterday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen herself addressed the closing of Ellen’s Energy Adventure, which was an educational attraction about where energy comes from. The attraction was located in Epcot at Walt Disney World. Ellen’s Energy Adventure featured an audio-animatronic of herself, and now Ellen is calling out Disney asking them to give her the […]


Disney Cruise Line Alters Eastern Caribbean Itinerary Due to Hurricane Irma Damages

Due to the destructive path left by Hurricane Irma, Disney Cruise Line is altering the itineraries for the Disney Fantasy in the Eastern Caribbean, exchanging ports for the Western Caribbean for sailings on September 23 and October 7. This is meant to give these islands time to recover. Here is the modified itinerary: Saturday – […]


Disney Parks to Show Sneak Preview of Disney•Pixar’s ‘Coco’

Disney Parks on both coasts will soon be showing a sneak preview of Disney•Pixar’s Coco. According to the Disney Parks Blog, the preview for the comedy adventure will be shown at both Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney California Adventure Park starting November 3. At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, guests can enjoy the preview at Walt Disney […]


Former Disney CEO Eisner Has Thoughts on Succession for Current CEO Iger

According to Bloomberg, Michael Eisner, who was the former CEO of the Walt Disney Company from 1984 until 2005, recently made comments on the company’s leadership succession and what type of candidate might be a good replacement for the current CEO Bob Iger. A succession plan is in the works, as current CEO Bob Iger […]