Kinsey will, according to information on the Kickstarter page, guide the direction of the film. Swift previously created a full-length documentary called The Bubble about the town of Celebration. So where will the donated funds go? Well, to start with, research. Research about Disney fans who have stepped off the beaten path and peeked into the darker corners of Walt Disney World. After research, the filmmakers want to pursue various challenges chapter by chapter. Theyll want to know the typical things, of course, such as tourist packing tips and where to stay for the cheapest rates and where to get your theme park tickets the cheapest, too. But other challenges will involve things such as finding the best places to have sex at Walt Disney World theme parks or the best locations to score illicit substances and the best places to get high in the parks.
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Walt Disney World to raise minimum wage for employees – Tallahassee News | ABC 27 WTXL: News
(WTXL) — Walt Disney World is raising its starting pay for employees to $10 an hour. The current starting rate of pay at the Florida theme park resort is $8.03 an hour. The $1.97 hourly raise is not expected to be immediate, but rather rolled out gradully over a two year period. Bloomberg Business News reports the Walt Disney Company presented the plan to the Services Trade Council, a group of six labor organizations representing nearly 30,000 Disney World employes, or “cast members” as they’re called. The two groups are scheduled to begin contract negotiations May 28. The $10 an hour proposal is still short of the $10.10 rate the Services Trade Council was asking for, and shy of the standard federal minimum wage rate being pushed by President Barack Obama. Bloomberg Business News reports Disney reported record profit of $6.6 billion on revenue of $45 billion last year from its TV networks, parks, studios and consumer products.
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Walt Disney World Expands Luxury Home Sites Inside the 40-Square-Mile Park – The Hollywood Reporter
Debuting in 2010, it marked the first time Disney offered its longtime fans the opportunity to live inside the park in million-dollar homes. When fully completed in the next few years, Golden Oak will comprise eight neighborhoods with approximately 400 homes. Forty of the current 100 available home sites have already been purchased by residents that include CEOs and NBA athletes (Disney declined to comment on names.) our editor recommends PHOTOS:The Making of Disney’s Animated Oscar Contender ‘Frozen’ The development, sprawling with parks, gardens, priceless sculptures and nature preserves, offers homes that range from $1.8 to $6 million.All are custom built, and new residents can choose from a select group of seven homebuilders to customize their homes from existing templates (or they can hire their own architect and designers to build a home from the ground up). Homes can also come fully furnished.
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