Get the inside scoop on all the latest Disney news, and hear from the talented people who are making it all happen. From the fascinating talents in front of the camera to the creative minds behind the scenes, we are taking you Inside Disney.
Episode 97: Walt Disney Archives Director Becky Cline Talks Collecting and Conserving the Magic
A baby hippo and baby gorilla are born at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the first “Disney Fab 50” sculpture has been revealed (it’s Mickey Mouse!), premiere dates are set for ABC’s 2021-2022 season, Short Circuit season two is comingto Disney+, and the official trailer for the Disney+ documentary Stuntmandebuts. Plus, from Mary Poppins to Disneyland, Walt Disney Archives director Becky Cline reveals how they collect and conserve the magic—even from a galaxy far, far away.
Episode 96: Kevin Feige on “Black Widow”
Emmy nominations, Black Widow spins success at the box office and on Disney+ Premier Access, fall favorites return to the Disneyland Resort, Disney Parks around the world unveil holiday happenings, Avengers: Quantum Encounter is coming to the Disney Wish, Disney on Broadway to present Live at The New Am: A Benefit Concert for The Actors Fund, Diary of a Future President returns to Disney+ in August, and new trailers for Descendants: The Royal Wedding, Encanto, Marvel Studios' What If...?, Turning Red and Behind the Attraction. Plus, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige looks at Black Widow’s legacy and answers every crazy MCU question we could think of.
Episode 95: Michael Bolton on “Celebrity Dating Game”
Jungle Cruise offers up two new hilarious dueling trailers, Disney Channel to present Disney Princess Remixed – An Ultimate Princess Celebration, National Geographic Live Explorer Academy Adventures are available now, Coco is coming to Mickey’s PhilharMagic, runDisney racing returning to Walt Disney World this fall, and Star Wars: Visions is coming to Disney+. Plus, Celebrity Dating Game cohost Michael Bolton talks favorite (and funniest) guests and the enduring legacy of Hercules’ “Go the Distance.”
Episode 94: Andrew Barth Feldman on “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”
A first look at the reimagined guest rooms at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, pirate crossover in new video game Sea of Thieves: A Pirate’s Life, Disney is picking 50 "magic makers" to celebrate Walt Disney World's 50th anniversary, the What is Love? Disney Princess exhibit will be touring Japan, Friday the 13th is getting fun-lucky with a huge night of premieres on Disney Channel, new trailers for Only Murders in the Building, Turner and Hooch, and Shang-Chi and the Legend of The Ten Rings, and National Geographic Documentary releases trailer and key art for the Disney+ film Playing With Sharks. Plus, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series guest star Andrew Barth Feldman on Ratatouille and his goal to perform on the stage of Carousel of Progress.
Episode 93: Tony Hale on Creating Forky and “The Mysterious Benedict Society”
D23 Members will preview Inside the Walt Disney at Graceland, baby giraffe arrives at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, new details on Walt Disney World Resort’s 50th anniversary celebration, new series coming to Disney Channel and Disney Junior, Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire coming to Disney+, The Beatles: Get Back gets a new release date and format, a new trailer for Robin Roberts Disney+ original series Turning the Tables, and Chip ‘N’ Dale: Park Life gets a premiere date. Plus, The Mysterious Benedict Society’s Tony Hale on playing twins, creating Forky, and why Inside Out is a perfect film.
Episode 92: Jim Gaffigan on Disney and Pixar’s “Luca”
Hong Kong Disneyland's new castle stage show, Disney Parks announces the launch of Disney Imagination Campus, fireworks spectaculars set to return to Disney Parks this summer, new trailers for The Eyes of Tammy Faye and Free Guy, plus Vacation Friends headed to Hulu, new action-adventure game Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy unveiled, Monsters at Work gets its official trailer and a new premiere date, and Disney+ officially greenlights a Beauty and the Beast limited musical series. Plus, Jim Gaffigan on making Luca, working on Peter Pan & Wendy, and his hilariously complicated relationship with Disney theme parks.
Less news would be nice
While I’ve very much enjoyed the interviews on this podcast so far, I’m a bit annoyed that each episode spends the first 15 minutes on Disney news that is completely unrelated to the people being interviewed. Other than this, I’m still really liking this podcast!
It could use a bit less talking and more what the episode’s about like more interviewing.🙂
I have a request for an interview
So I know you interviewed Meg Donnelly but if you could interview chandler kinny I would be so happy