222 petitions

Update posted 2 weeks ago

Petition to The Walt Disney Company

STOP Disney - Last Chance for Lighthouse Point

There are plenty of places in the Bahamas where Disney can dock its cruise ships. There is only one Lighthouse Point. We are deeply concerned about Disney’s plans that threaten this unique natural place treasured by generations of Bahamians and visitors from around the world. The seas surrounding the point are so biologically rich that they have been formally proposed as a Marine Protected Area. This is NOT the place where an environmentally responsible corporation would choose to construct a  massive private cruise ship port - the centerpiece of which is a half-mile-long pier cutting across coral reefs including endangered staghorn coral. The port’s construction and operation would seriously harm the environment, while the economic benefits to communities in South Eleuthera are still unclear and very questionable. Our planet’s oceans are already facing unprecedented pressures. Their future depends on the choices we make today to protect places like the proposed Lighthouse Point Marine Protected Area. Disney should follow the lead of other cruise companies that have chosen instead to rehabilitate already degraded areas for their cruise facilities.   This is our last chance to protect Lighthouse Point for generations to come. Sign the petition to call upon Disney to secure a different, more suitable site for their cruise ship port and instead work with Bahamian citizen groups on a sustainable development alternative for Lighthouse Point. 

Lighthouse Point
99,474 supporters
Update posted 3 weeks ago

Petition to Disney XD, Marvel Animation

Please create all-new episodes of "Spider-Man: The Animated Series"

From 1994 to 1998, the Fox Kids network aired "Spider-Man: The Animated Series" on Saturday mornings and it was one of the network's most popular series. Unfortunately, despite running for five seasons and having 65 episodes made, the show was canceled and the series' cliffhanger ending of Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Madame Web looking for the real Mary Jane Watson went unresolved.  Over 20 years later, this show is still popular and is considered by many fans to be the best Spider-Man cartoon series ever made.  We, the fans, would like to see John Semper Jr. (who was the story editor, producer and series co-writer on the "Spider-Man" animated series) back in charge and to reunite him with as much of the old cast and crew from "Spider-Man: The Animated Series" as possible.  Among the voice actors we hope to see return include Christopher Daniel Barnes (Peter Parker/Spider-Man), Saratoga Ballantine (Mary Jane Watson), Rodney Saulsberry (Joe "Robbie" Robertson), Patrick Labyorteaux (Eugene "Flash" Thompson), Jennifer Hale (Felicia Hardy/Black Cat), Gary Imhoff (Harry Osborn), Neil Ross (Norman Osborn/Green Goblin), Mark Hamill (Jason Macendale/Hobgoblin), Gregg Berger (Kraven the Hunter and Quentin Beck/Mysterio), Hank Azaria (Eddie Brock/Venom), Jim Cummings (Herman Schultz/the Shocker), and Maxwell Caulfield (Alistair Smythe).  While some characters would have to be recast because their voice actors have since passed away, such as Doctor Octopus and the Kingpin, we hope that Marvel is able to bring back this wonderful animated series and as many people involved with the old series as possible.  We hope that the show is able to feature old characters (such as Dr. Otto Octavius/Dr. Octopus, Eddie Brock/Venom, Jason Macendale/Hobgoblin, Norman Osborn/Green Goblin I, Quentin Beck/Mysterio, the Fantastic Four, Matt Murdock/Daredevil, the X-Men, etc.) and include new ones the show was previously unable to use (such as Flint Marko/Sandman, Max Dillon/Electro, Dr. Bruce Banner/The Incredible Hulk, etc.) and do things the old show was unable to do, such as show Spider-Man punching an enemy on the jaw. We would love it if Marvel would create more new episodes of this classic animated series for Spider-Man fans, old and new, to enjoy.

Stuart Green
5,670 supporters
Started 3 weeks ago

Petition to The Walt Disney Company

Disney Should Allow The Alamo Drafthouse To Show Their Older Films

What can I say I love going to the Alamo Drafthouse? Not only that, but also I am both a huge Disney fan and a huge Star Wars fan. When it comes to the Alamo Drafthouse in general, I love going there to not just to enjoy some delicious food they serve, but also at the same time, they don’t just show newer movies, they also show older movies as well. And when it comes to when major movie theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse get to show older movies in general, we got Universal, Warner Bros, Sony, MGM and, at one point, Fox as well as GKids who are typically willing to allow major movie theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse to show not just their newer releases, but also their older movies as well. However, one major company who would regularly miss out on allowing major movie theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse to show their older movies would be none other than Disney, in which is a total shame, since are many great reasons why I feel Disney should allow the Alamo Drafthouse most of their older movies: 1. Anyone who knows Disney should know that this is a family company. 2. Disney has not only made a major impact in the world of animation, but they’ve also made a major impact in the world of film in general. Heck, not only did Disney deliver beloved animated classics like Snow White, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, The Jungle Book, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King, but also they own a couple of movies that are regularly celebrated by moviegoers in general such as Mary Poppins, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Tron, The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Toy Story, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Anastasia, The Sound of Music, Dodgeball and Ice Age. 3. Disney would’ve made as much money as they would when they release new movies as well as when they do stuff like Disney+. Now, this is never for me to say that Disney can never release anymore newer movies nor is it for me to say that they can never do stuff like Disney+ either for I am strongly excited about Disney+ when it launches. Every time Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm and Blue Sky all do get to make anymore new movies, I’d be willing to pay to see them when they do come out in theaters for sure. However, at the same time, I would also be willing to pay to see any older animated Disney movies that exist, whether it would be from Walt Disney Animation Studios or from DisneyToon Studios or from Pixar or even films like Who Framed Roger Rabbit or Tbe Nightmare Before Christmas at my local Alamo. I would also be willing to pay to see any older Marvel movies at my local Alamo. I would also be willing to pay to see any of the first 6 Star Wars movies as well as Rogue One at my local Alamo. I would also be willing to pay to see various Disney or Fox movies through Movie Parties. I would also be willing to pay to see various Disney, Pixar, Fox and Blue Sky films through Kids Camp. I would also be willing to pay to see films such as Song of the South and The Princess and the Frog through Black Is, Black Ain’t. I would also pay to attend to the Beauty and the Beast Feast as long as they show the original film. I would also pay to see films like The Simpsons Movie and Isle of Dogs as well. And if you’re really one of those people in whom would really want to see your favorite Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and Fox movies to be played at the Alamo Drafthouse, don’t ask the Alamo to do so for they would’ve agreed with me on that particular idea alone. However, ask Disney themselves to make that a reality.

Teddy Macedo
19 supporters