The Disney Parks Blog announced today that Finding Nemo Submarine will reopen on September 27th.
When the Subs closed there were rumors that they were closing forever. Mostly because of cost cutting measures. Also according to the rumors, the construction walls with “returning soon” type language were a ruse by Disney to hide the fact that there were indeed closing forever.
We here at the Disgeek Podcast has stated that this was a bogus rumor from the beginning. At this point MiceChat has lost pretty much all credibility with us. The rumor was ridiculous to begin with and the fact they were SO INSISTENT on it being true made me want to challenge it as hard as I did. Everything from the rumor itself and the fact they put up scaffolding to fool people was just unbelievable and extremely irresponsible.
In other news the same blog post from the Disney Parks Blog also mentioned that Alice in Wonderland will reopen on the 4th of July and that the new Frozen Pre-Parade float will debut on Friday, June 13th.
“We here at the Disgeek Podcast has stated that this was a bogus rumor from the beginning.”
Thank you!!!!!! 🙂
I agree, 100%. I’m proud to say that I never believed those lame rumors either. I too, have lost credibility in them. (Although admittedly, I didn’t have much to begin with.) Occasionally, I would make comments on their articles trying to challenge these rumors with logic, but I would always just be ignored or not taken seriously.
I think that it’s PATHETIC that they have just tried to back-peddle and they will most likely never admit that they were wrong. They will probably just try to spin this somehow. (again, pathetic)
I think it’s clear that MiceChat does not have any real sources. All they ever report are just rumors and speculation. And what’s more, they always try to make everything sound like a scandal. (most likely to attract readers). ANYONE can preface something by saying “according to our sources” but that does not mean that they actually have sources.
…and one more thing. MiceChat also loves to sensationalize everything. (again, most likely to attract readers.