According to Deadline, ‘Jackass Forever’ Director Jeff Tremaine has signed on to produce the ‘Stolen Kingdom’ Documentary film that will feature 30 years of Disney history that led to the theft of Disney property such as Buzzy, the audio-animatronic. Originally, Buzzy could be found in the Cranium Command attraction at EPCOT but went missing sometime in 2018 and was found for sale and accidentally purchased and recovered by NBA player Robin Lopez in 2019.
Tremaine shared his excitement for the project, stating: “Josh [Bailey] and Sam [Fraser] somehow found me and introduced me to this story I found so compelling. I was inspired by not only this story but by these young filmmakers. Having been a part of some Disneyland misbehavior, I’m excited to be involved in this.”
A synopsis of the documentary film reads, “Stolen Kingdom will span 30 years, exploring all the outrageous hi-jinks that have ensued at Walt Disney World Resort, including the theft of a very valuable audio-animatronic from the once-popular Cranium Command attraction, which is now defunct.”
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