Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis, isn’t the only problem for Disney these days. Pour one out for the Galactic Starcruiser Disney Star Wars Hotel. The hotel-slash-experience attraction opened just last year, and I guess that shit has been losing money fast because Disney has decided to pull the plug on the project after only over a year of operation. Why did it close? Well, probably because, upon reading up on this hotel, it sounds more like a Disney prison without a pool or windows, but maybe some people enjoy spending thousands of dollars to only eat when Disney tells them they’re allowed.
Last year, while Jamie Lee Curtis prepared to bring Angela Bassett to tears at the Oscars and Lindsay Lohan hoped for a lucrative payday in 2023, it was announced they both would be open to a Freaky Friday sequel. Why? I have no idea, but since Disney knows how to get a bag, this sequel is happening. And just in case you’re thinking they may scrap this idea once they realize we’ve already seen this movie just know it is officially in production and coming to our screens very soon.
Move over, Adele. Get the hell out of here, Paddington! Finally, a REAL celebrity has been announced for King Charles III’s star-studded coronation party. He’s been a beloved staple of the movie scene for years and is known for doing his own outrageous stunts: Winnie the Pooh! The chubby, honey-fiending bear will be joining the likes of lesser-knowns such as Tom Cruise and Katy Perry, to commemorate Charles becoming the official owner of all the swans in the UK.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ War Against Disney Continues As He Threatens To Build A Prison Next To The Theme Park
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psychopath Governor Ron DeSantis have been in a battle after the House of Mouse tepidly opposed the Republican governor’s bill nicknamed “Don’t Say Gay”, which would limit the amount teachers could talk about sexual orientation and gender identity. Of course, they only mean non-cisgender or non-straight ones because heterosexuality doesn’t count as an orientation–that’s just a baseline. Disney pulled a fast one and cited a clause involving King Charles III to prevent DeSantis from exerting any authority over them, but now he’s found a way to get at them–by fucking up the properties next door. DeSantis is threatening to build a prison next to Disney World.
Disney Pulled A Fast One On Florida Governor Ron DeSantis With A Clause That Involves King Charles III
As a grand jury voted to indict Donald Trump today, his GOP nemesis, Florida governor Ron De Santis is still fighting Mickey Mouse. Last month, Ron De Santis held a big press conference to rub his decision to penalize Disney for mildly opposing his so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill right in the nose of their gayest character, Mr. Busy the Beaver from Lady and The Tramp. But if it seemed like Disney was being awfully blase about Ron stripping them of power over the Reedy Creek Improvement District, which they’d had almost complete jurisdiction over for 50-plus years, there was a very good reason for it. According to The Guardian, Disney had an ace up their sleeve the whole time. In the days leading up to Ron’s preening announcement that there was “a new sheriff in town,” Disney and the existing Reedy Creek Governing board had quietly added a clause in their agreement that called upon a higher power; King Charles III, AKA Him? Royal Highness Charles the third, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of His other Realms and Territories King, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith, AKA Chucky Trips.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signed A Bill Punishing Disney For Opposing His So-Called “Don’t Say Gay” Agenda
Mickey Mouse better finds himself a little dick real quick because, as Florida governor Ron DeSantis announced yesterday, “there’s a new sheriff in town,” and given what we know about Ron’s particular preoccupations, genital checks are not off the table. According to CNN, old Ronnie pecker-checker gave what amounted to a stump speech (he wishes, probably more like a snapped-off twig nubbin) while signing a bill into law that would give the state of Florida control over the Reedy Creek Improvement District, which had previously been under Disney’s control “for more than half a century.” To give you an idea of just how long that is, Disney had dominion over the area since the days when they produced original IP!