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  1. Guillermo del Toro Describes the Hellboy 3 You’ll Never See & Updates Us on His Disney Haunted Mansion Project

    This man needs a clone.

    Like most creators, Guillermo del Toro likes to talk about the projects he's working on. But unlike most creators, del Toro works on no less than 2500 projects at once.

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  2. Never Mind, Disney Fans: Push The Talking Trash Can Is No More

    Also, the tooth fairy isn't real and your parents are capable of making mistakes.

    Remember how we all thought that Push the Talking Trash Can had been saved by a social media campaign and wasn't leaving Disney World for the time being (Also, remember how Disney World employs a talking trash can to entertain its patrons?) Yeah, not anymore. Disney lied. There are no happy endings and everyone you love will leave you one day.

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  3. Talking Trash Can At Disney World May Have Been Saved By A Social Media Campaign

    Ah yes, Disney World, where even the trash is magic.

    Here's a thing you probably didn't know: Disney World employs a talking trashcan called "Push" who entertains guests with adorable jokes about Indiana Jones. Even more surprising, it almost got canned recently, but will probably keep its job thanks to the magic of the Internet.

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  4. This Disney World Tour is Filled to the Brim With Beautiful Puns [VIDEO]

    It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

    For context: Disney World's Jungle Cruise is closed for maintenance, which seriously cuts down on tour guide options for energetic skippers like Ashley. So she does what any awesome* person would do: Gives a pun-filled tour of the wall surrounding Jungle Cruise. I lost it at "lowbiscus." *You're not an awesome person if you don't like puns. You can be a cool person, or a neat one, or even a rad one, but not an awesome one. I'm sorry, but I don't make the rules. (via: Boing Boing) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  5. Disney World to Issue Identification Bracelets, Park Moves One Step Closer to Police State

    Don't give us that look, you knew as well as we did that the Walt Disney Company would eventually cut its fang-like teeth on insidious global takeover. This spring, Disney World will feel more like an internment camp than a destination for exorbitant family entertainment when the park initiates the MyMagic+ vacation management system and MagicBand identification bracelets. These bracelets, if participating visitors are so inclined, will be encoded with a wealth of information including the individual's name, credit card information, and other tidbits such as birthdays. Disney believes that this new system will mean faster purchase transactions and less time spent waiting in line to get on rides, but it's natural if some people would rather not have corporate goons sifting through private information for their own ends. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the police state as envisioned by Mickey Mouse!

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  6. Princesses Ariel and Belle Finally Have Their Own Castles At Disney

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    If you ever wondered why Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella were the only Disney Princesses to have fancy castles at Disney theme parks, you're not alone. Finally, the Walt Disney Company are attempting to play catch-up with the ladies and have granted both Ariel and Belle their own special houses. 

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  7. Northeasterners Rejoice: DreamWorks To Open Theme Park In New Jersey

    Cautiously Optimistic

    For those of us in the Northeast, our fandom-based pleasures are often woefully far away -- Comic-Con is in San Diego, Disney is based in both California and smack dab in the middle of Florida, with Universal's Marvel Island right along side it. But now, with any luck, DreamWorks animation may answer our prayers for a closer source of franchise-based amusement  with their plans to build a new theme park in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Who's ready for a Puss In Boots ride?

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  8. Brave’s Princess Merida Has Started Showing Up At Disney Theme Parks

    It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

    Ok, so we joke around here at The Mary Sue that I look like Merida from Disney-Pixar's Brave but I'm bouncing up and down with glee now that I've see the women Disney has chosen to play her at their theme parks. Here's a video of one of them filmed at Epcot Center but soon, she'll head to the Magic Kingdom. According to Orlando's Attractions Magazine, " In a couple of weeks she'll start appearing in the Fairytale Garden in Fantasyland, where guests will engage in archery lessons and other activities until it's their turn to meet her. Joining Merida will be the three bear cubs from the film, who will also interact with guests." Hit the jump for yet another castmember taking on Merida. The hair, my god, the hair!

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  9. Things We Saw Today: A Kitten Wearing Denim

    Things We Saw Today

    We don't generally follow the whole "Caturday" thing. Unless there's a baby cat wearing studded denim like a badass. Like this one. Who will bring the beer to the BBQ. (At Diary of a Death Starlette)

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  10. A Peek At the New Haunted Mansion Ghosts [Video]


    Disney Parks has given us an inside look at the upgrade to the famous Hitchhiking Ghosts who appear at the end of the Haunted Mansion ride. Once the new effects are installed, those dapper spooks (whose names are Gus, Ezra, and Phineas) will be able to interact with their unsuspecting passengers. In the name of journalism, I will go on this ride ten times in a row and report back to everyone. (Boing Boing)

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