The Disney Dish Podcast with Jim Hill MediaJim Hill is a writer, blogger, and theme park historian, and he'll be the first to tell you all of the back-room deals and corporate gossip that happens inside the Walt Disney Company. Len Testa co-authors the Unofficial Guide series of travel books, focusing on theme parks.
Jim Hill is a writer, blogger, and theme park historian, and he'll be the first to tell you all of the back-room deals and corporate gossip that happens inside the Walt Disney Company. Len Testa co-authors the Unofficial Guide series of travel books, focusing on theme parks.
Jim Hill's back with even more answers to your Disney-related questions. This time around, Jim tries to put together a definitive list of where the in-jokes & self references in Pixar's feature films & shorts are located
Why is the possible postponed release date of one Disney home premiere causing so much agita for retailers & toymakers? Jim Hill walks you through the ripple effect that "The Tinkerbell Movie" 's story problems are currently causing
In honor of the sixth anniversary of 9/11, Jim Hill Media reprises a piece from 2006. Where the site's readers remember what it was like to be vacationing at and/or working in Anaheim & Orlando as this tragedy unfolded
In this April 2000 piece from the archives, Jim Hill exposes what really happened with comic genius Robin Williams and the Walt Disney Company's handling of the film "Aladdin" and looks at the tense relationship since.
Jim Hill reveals why the Mouse's PR department has gone into overdrive in their attempt to defuse the PC controversy that currently surrounds Ron'n'John's next movie. You see, it's not just the future of traditional animation at Walt Disney Studios that may be riding on "The Princess and the Frog." But also the DVD release of "Song of the South"
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the very first telecast of "The Wizard of Oz," Jim Hill tracks the Walt Disney Company's interest in L. Frank Baum's characters. Beginning with "The Rainbow Road to Oz" and ending right on the steps of Disneyland Paris' Emerald City
In one marathon-length response to a particular JHM reader's question about Epcot's soon-to-be-opening "The Seas with Nemo & Friends" attraction, Jim Hill asks Disneyana fans to please stop fretting about whether Disneyland's new "Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage" ride will actually be better than the radically revamped version of this Future World pavilion