Perrie Edwards has been touring Europe, and her most recent visit to Paris, France, put her next door to what seems to be one of her favorite places in the world. On top of establishing trivia about the things she loves such as Disneyland, Perrie Edwards also fired off the answer to about 20 random... Show More Summary
You may know Gaston as the villain from Beauty and the Beast, but do you know him as the enthusiastic dance leader who should be running our Zumba class? This performance during Halloween time at Disneyland Paris is blowing up on the internet because Gaston clearly steals the show. Show More Summary
Since the early '90s, Disneyland Paris has emerged as one of Europe’s top tourist destinations—up there with Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar and the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. A hotspot for families seeking a day of escapist fun, Disneyland Paris has managed to balance its classic Disney feel with cutting-edge thrills that wow kids of all ages. Show More Summary
Britons may no longer have to make the trek to Disneyland Paris or, further still, to attractions in the U.S. to revel in movie magic as plans are afoot to create a multi-billion pound cinematic theme park just outside London by 2021. London...Show More Summary
Let's be real: if you're on a European vacation and you love Disney, is there really any way you could not go to Disneyland Paris? For hardcore Disney fans hoping to check the park off their bucket list, these are the things you'll want to be sure to experience while you're there because they're unique to the European park. Show More Summary
Disneyland Paris has reached a deal with the European Commission that will ensure that all customers have equal access to online deals, The Financial Times reports.
Welcome to another edition of In the Loop, the Los Angeles Times' theme park newsletter. I'm Funland theme park blogger Brady MacDonald, and this week, we drop in on the Wizarding World grand opening, taste-test Disney’s Food and Wine Festival, bid farewell to the last-remaining Back to the Future...
In a story that’s a couple days old, but eternally upsetting, an employee of Disneyland Paris was found dead in the Phantom Manor—Europe’s equivalent of the Haunted Mansion—on April 4. Read more...
An investigation is ongoing in a tragic tale that took place this past weekend. A technician was found dead inside the Phantom Manor haunted house attraction at Disneyland Paris, and it is believed that the cast member had been electrocuted. Show More Summary
The haunted house at Disneyland Paris, famously known as the Phantom Manor, was witness to real-life tragedy when an employee was found dead by his colleagues this past weekend. The 45-year-old technician, whose identity has not been released by the police, had been working at Disneyland Paris since 2002. Show More Summary
A Disneyland Paris worker was recovered from inside the Phantom Manor ride this past Saturday.
A Disneyland Paris haunted house became a real horror after a worker was found killed at the theme park on Saturday morning.
A worker at Disneyland Paris has been found dead in the theme park’s haunted house. French police tell media outlets the man is believed to have been electrocuted while trying to fix the lighting in the Phantom Manor attraction on Saturday...Show More Summary
French authorities are investigating the death of a Disneyland Paris worker whose body was found inside the park’s Phantom Manor haunted house on Saturday. Another employee found the 45-year-old technician's body around 10 a.m. on Saturday,...Show More Summary
Minnie Mouse waves an American flag during a parade at Disneyworld in the 1990s. (Photo: Peter Bischoff/Getty Images) These days, Disneyland Paris is a global tourist destination, attracting tens of millions of ostensibly happy visitors every year. Show More Summary
By Ben Mills: While much of Disneyland Paris sees the most extensive refurbishment work in its 24-year history, the Spring festival that takes over the park with seasonal entertainment and floral installations is finding ways to piece itself in. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: The Walt Disney Studios theme park at Disneyland Paris yesterday performed Animagique for the final time. A 20-minute staged musical tribute to Disney animation, Animagique had been running since the park opened in 2002. Show More Summary
A 28-year-old man carrying two guns, ammunition and a Koran was arrested at a hotel in Disneyland Paris on Thursday afternoon, according to a Disney executive, raising a new round of fear two months after 130 people were killed in a coordinated series of terrorist attacks on the French capital. Show More Summary
Euro Couple Arrested When Guns Are Found In The Bags At Disneyland Paris THIS is how bad things have gotten. Even in “The Happiest Place On Earth”, people STILL feel the need to pack heat. That s#!t cray. Via
The man arrested for bringing two guns to Disneyland Paris said he packed the weapons to protect himself.