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New fireworks readied for Magic Kingdom – preview title song

TheDisneyBlog.com - Fri, 2017-03-24 11:53

We’re getting our first listen at the theme song for Magic Kingdom’s new fireworks show – Happily Ever After. As most of Disney’s new shows, it will involve much more than just fireworks. There will be lasers, lighting effects, digital projections, and more. The soundtrack will be more contemporary too....

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Cars 3 – Road to the Races tour from Pixar takes green flag at Disney Springs

TheDisneyBlog.com - Fri, 2017-03-24 05:17

A new traveling tour “Road to the Races” promotes the upcoming Pixar film “Cars 3.” It took the green flag this weekend at Disney Springs. Located near the Once Upon A Toy store, there are booths with games and activities for kids toddler age up to those who are just...

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 promotion goes into high gear

TheDisneyBlog.com - Fri, 2017-03-24 03:01

Were closing in on the return of the band of misfits we all fell in love with in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. They’re back with volume 2 of the mixtape and a whole new adventure that will require them to save the galaxy again. According to Chris Pratt, who...

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Families Indulge in Mediterranean Culture and Cuisine with Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures

dclnews.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 21:25

CELEBRATION, Fla. – Disney Cruise Line invites families to explore the culturally rich and exotic locales of the Mediterranean with one-of-a-kind Port Adventures during its 2017 European sailings.

Beginning July 2017, the Disney Magic returns to the Mediterranean, treating guests to the best of Europe with favorite ports of call. Guests will explore richly diverse destinations that showcase iconic locations, enchanting cultures, tantalizing cuisine and unrivaled experiences.

Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures are designed to entertain and inspire both children and adults—in true Disney fashion—many with added touches such as more scheduled breaks, complimentary snacks and fun port activity sheets for kids.

Journey Through Rome with a Disney Exclusive Puppet Show for Kids

Travel into the heart of the historic city of Rome where families experience the art of traditional Italian puppetry with a private puppet show performed exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests. Located in an intimate, lovingly restored theater in the scenic Borghese Gardens, a delightful performance brings laughter and song as children enjoy the unique storytelling style of traditional Italian puppet shows. The experience invites young guests to meet the talented puppeteers that bring the hand-crafted characters to life. The city’s rich history and elaborate architecture also transports guests to the time of ancient Rome with a visit to the iconic Colosseum and the sacred Vatican City, surrounded by a mighty medieval wall. Guests can enjoy an afternoon stroll through the old cobblestone streets, practice their Italian with the locals and explore the Old City’s boutiques, restaurants and shops.

Children Experience the Art of Pizza Making in Sorrento

Disney Cruise Line offers an exclusive opportunity for children to become master chefs during an authentic Italian pizza making experience in Sorrento, Italy. From prepping the dough to savoring their final culinary masterpiece, children are immersed in true Italian culture during this one-of-a-kind experience. The journey continues to the nearby villages of Amalfi, Maiori or Vietri sul Mare – painting the perfect backdrop for impressive family photos. With cliffside towns and colorful architecture, the areas serve as relaxing locales for guests to experience the breathtaking views of the coast before returning to their Disney cruise ship.

Create Authentic Italian Cuisine at a Tuscan Estate

A delicious adult-exclusive adventure awaits fans of fine food in Tuscany, Italy, from the port of Livorno. The charming Castello del Trebbio estate, perched in the picturesque Tuscan countryside, serves as an authentic locale to learn traditional culinary techniques and prepare an authentic Italian dish. From kneading the pasta dough to creating a delicious tomato sauce from fresh Tuscan ingredients and house-made olive oil, adults will enjoy this unique Italian cooking experience. After savoring a tasty traditional pasta dish, paired with locally made wine, guests can explore rooms of the ancient castle and learn the story behind its rich history and meticulous renovation. The opportunity to cook, eat and relax – in true Italian style – makes this a savory experience for epicureans and oenophiles.

Admire the Views of Sicily with a Glass of Wine

On Italy’s largest island – known for its rich culture and scenic, mountainous landscapes – adult guests can experience the art of winemaking at the Alessandro di Camporeale winery in Sicily. Overlooking the panoramic rolling hills, guests are immersed in Sicilian wine culture while they discover the art and science behind wine making and indulge in some of Sicily’s most well-known wines and local cheeses.

Taste Your Way Through the Old City of Rome

Discover some of the Eternal City’s most authentic Italian delicacies during an all-day gastronomic adventure in Rome. From traditional specialties, such as pizza, pastas and seafood, to a taste of local Italian fare at the nearby authentic food market, Disney Cruise Line guests indulge in delicious cuisine while exploring some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the Trevi Fountain and Colosseum.

Discover the Scenic Paradise Views of Capri

Just off the coast of Sorrento is the island paradise of Capri. With its sea blue waters and stunning views, Capri’s winding cobblestoned streets make the perfect way for guests to stroll and explore the island’s boutiques. While shopping for unique souvenirs, guests may sample the traditional limoncello digestif liqueur, made from lemons grown on the island. After enjoying an authentic Italian meal in Capri Town, guests journey up the mountain to the picturesque Anacapri and experience breathtaking views of the coastline.

The Disney Magic will sail to the Mediterranean on July 28 for a 10-night cruise from Barcelona, Spain, followed by five 7-night sailings on Aug. 12, 19, 26, Sept. 2 and 9, and a 5-night cruise on Aug. 7.

Details on all Disney Cruise Line shore excursions can be found on the Port Adventures section of disneycruise.com.

To learn more about Disney Cruise Line or to book a vacation, guests can visit www.disneycruise.com, call Disney Cruise Line at 888-325-2500 or contact their travel agent.

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Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures Invite Guests to Experience Rich Culture and Adventure on Europe and Norway Sailings

dclnews.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 21:11

CELEBRATION, Fla.  – Disney Cruise Line invites families to explore culturally rich and exciting locales with Port Adventures like only Disney can do during its Europe and Norway sailings, beginning May 2017 when the Disney Magic returns to Europe for the summer.

Guests exploring these ports will be treated to richly diverse destinations showcasing iconic locations, tantalizing cuisine and unrivaled experiences.

To enhance guests’ experiences while at port, Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures entertain and inspire both children and adults—in true Disney fashion—with an extra dash of pixie dust.

Experience the Inspiration for Disneyland at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark

Exclusive to Disney Cruise Line, a behind-the-scenes tour invites guests to walk in the footsteps of Walt Disney and experience Tivoli Gardens as he did during his visit in 1950. The age-old amusement park inspired Walt to imagine the beginning of something grand and magical – the plans and designs for Disneyland Resort. With a variety of attractions – everything from merry-go-rounds and whimsical rides to a 100-year-old roller coaster – Tivoli Gardens inspires visitors with the beauty and enchantment that sparked the beginning of Disneyland and beyond.

See the Ceremonial Necklace Worn by Princess Leia in Helsinki, Finland

New to Disney Cruise Line in 2017, guests have the unique opportunity to see the ceremonial necklace worn by Princess Leia in the legendary final throne room scene in “Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.” Chosen by Star Wars creator George Lucas, the necklace is an iconic piece that is sure to awe Star Wars fans as they experience an up-close look at this movie history icon. Art aficionados can admire other impressive works of Finnish artist, jewelry designer and sculptor Björn Weckström as they’re greeted by the artist himself in his private residence.

Encounter Brave Adventures at Edinburgh Castle in Greenock, Scotland

An adventure to the medieval Edinburgh Castle gives Disney Cruise Line guests an exclusive opportunity to meet the courageous Princess Merida from the Disney-Pixar “Brave” film and feel the excitement while they interact with the fearless young heroine. While visiting the iconic Scottish landmark, nestled high atop Castle Rock with views of the Old Town, guests can tour the former royal residence and fort, dazzle at the magnificent great hall and admire the Scottish crown jewels, first used for the coronation of Mary Queen of Scots in 1543. Exclusive for Disney Cruise Line, courageous kids can join Youth Counselors from the ship for an exciting shield-decorating activity during this day-long adventure.

Get a Glimpse of 18th Century Royal Luxury in St. Petersburg, Russia

Guests are invited to partake in an extravagant royal ball inside Catherine Palace during the Disney Magic’s visit to St. Petersburg. Complete with a live orchestra and dances with royal courtiers, the gala offers regal festivities to all who attend. In a setting of gilded walls, hand-painted ceilings and period artwork, guests are immersed in 18th century palace life as they experience what it was like to live like royalty in 1750s Russia.

Join in “Frozen” Festivities and Viking Ventures in Ålesund, Norway

Disney Cruise Line guests join Anna, Elsa and Kristoff from the animated hit “Frozen” in Norway, the land that inspired their story. Disney guests are invited to revel in an exclusive Norwegian summer celebration at the Sunnmøre Open Air Museum where the festivities culminate in the grand arrival of the beloved sisters and their ice-loving companion. After being personally greeted by their “Frozen” friends, and surrounded by the idyllic beauty of Norway, guests dance to local musicians and sample tasty Norwegian specialties, including svele, a traditional sweet pancake from the region.

Another Ålesund adventure exclusive to Disney Cruise Line includes a quest to a Viking village on the island of Giske, where guests head back in history to meet the village chieftain and experience the Viking world. Adventurers find themselves in the middle of daily Viking life and mingle with members of the Norse families, experiencing first-hand the traditions, authentic food and games that come with being a Viking. Guests also learn traditional Viking handiwork and put it to practice by crafting their own leather bags.

Experience the Great Outdoors of Geiranger, Norway

From the port of Geiranger, the crowning jewel of the Norwegian fjords, comes an experience exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests – a visit to the Gjaera Mountain Farm where a local family provides an up-close look at daily life. Children join Disney Cruise Line youth counselors to create one-of-a-kind decorative pillows in the farm’s printing studio using handmade wooden stamps that have been passed down through the family’s many generations. Meanwhile, adults explore the farm and its microbrewery, sampling fresh brews. After building up an appetite, everyone reunites for a taste of traditional Norwegian foods produced at the farm including juices, breads, creams and cured meats.

Another journey brings Disney Cruise Line guests to the Herdalsetra Mountain Farm, where on the way to a nearby scenic valley they will enjoy a spectacular view of the Geirangerfjord and the Seven Sisters waterfall made famous in Norwegian folklore. Guests tour the enchanting farm brimming with 30 farmhouses and more than 450 sprightly goats scampering around the property. They also sample the farm’s fresh cheeses including Norway’s famous brown cheese – similar to sweet fudge.

Those looking for even more adventure will find it kayaking through the Geirangerfjord. Gliding over dazzling turquoise waters, guests will get an up-close look at stunning waterfalls roaring down into the fjord and the majestic mountains along the water’s edge.

The Disney Magic sails to destinations throughout Europe and Norway throughout the summer.

Details on all Disney Cruise Line shore excursions can be found on the Port Adventures section of disneycruise.com.

To learn more about Disney Cruise Line or to book a vacation, visit disneycruise.com, call Disney Cruise Line at 888-325-2500 or contact a travel agent.

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Camping without any KIDS

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 20:35
Hubby & I just realized that it has been 10 years since we have camped at FW!
Have any of you stayed there, with NO kids or grandkids???
We think it may be fun to use FW as our base camp for all the Orlando activities, restaurants, etc.
May or may not even go to the parks......anyone have any experience with this????
(No kids, but will be bringing the dog)
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Camping without any KIDS

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 20:35
Hubby & I just realized that it has been 10 years since we have camped at FW!
Have any of you stayed there, with NO kids or grandkids???
We think it may be fun to use FW as our base camp for all the Orlando activities, restaurants, etc.
May or may not even go to the parks......anyone have any experience with this????
(No kids, but will be bringing the dog)
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Last-minute and Low-key March 14-19 Trip Report

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 20:21
Last-minute and Low-key—March 2017 Trip Report
Who: Me—45, WDW obsessed; DH—46, not obsessed but always happy to tag along
When: Tuesday, 3/14- Sunday, 3/19
Where: All-Star Music (first stay here)

Pre-Trip

DH and I had been debating for some time about whether or not we wanted to go somewhere for my spring break (I teach at our local community college). I hemmed and hawed, debated and declined, finally deciding that I did not want to spend the money, and I would rather just stay home and relax for the week.
Well, you all know how insistent that Disney bug can be, so five weeks before my spring break, I just thought, “I want to go to Disney World!” I called my DH to get started on our airline reservations, and I got the ball rolling with Melissa at Magical Journeys.

Since it was so last-minute, there were slim pickings for hotels, so we decided to try an All-Star since we wanted to keep costs down and had never stayed at one before. We had some frequent flyer miles to use, so that helped keep airfare reasonable, and I had about 275 Disney Reward Dollars to go toward food.

Everything was squared away quickly, and now we had a trip to look forward to in just five short weeks!

One problem I did run into was booking dining and fastpasses. I had tried to get into Be Our Guest for our June trip last summer, booking 180 days out, with no success. I knew there would be no way I would get in this time on such short notice, so we decided that our one sit-down meal would be at the Liberty Tree Tavern, which I booked pretty easily. I kept checking on dining openings, though, just in case. Lo and behold a very late (9:30p) dinner opened up at Be Our Guest, so I switched to that. I had really wanted a lunch ressie, but this would work. Late, but, who cares? We always seem to eat at off times when we are there anyway.

Just because I like to put my Type-A, obsessive personality to good use, I kept checking out dining options over the next couple of weeks. To my great surprise one day, an 11:00a Be Our Guest lunch ressie came up, so I was able to get what I wanted after all!

Fastpasses also worked out surprisingly well, considering I made them at about the 30-day mark, rather than the 60-day. I was able to get everything I really wanted except for Frozen and SDMT, but with some luck and good timing, we were able to enjoy both without a FP.

I decided to take a bit of a gamble this trip regarding how I booked our FP+. We are really disciplined about getting to the parks early and planned to park hop this trip (if you read my last June trip report, you will know that I really regretted not having park hoppers!), so I booked most of our fastpasses for our late afternoon/evening park. This worked beautifully for us! We were able to experience many rides and shows before 11a with short waits, take a break back at our hotel in early afternoon, and then use our fastpasses later in the day. I was even able to book a 4th or 5th one after the first 3 were used.

Thankfully, the five weeks went by relatively quickly as we finished things at work and prepared to leave on Monday, 3/13 for Denver to spend the night with my parents and then fly out early in the morning. I didn’t take notes or keep very good track of the specifics, but I do have some overall observations and stories to share in Part 2 of my report. Stay tuned! :mickey:
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Last-minute and Low-key March 14-19 Trip Report

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 20:21
Last-minute and Low-key—March 2017 Trip Report
Who: Me—45, WDW obsessed; DH—46, not obsessed but always happy to tag along
When: Tuesday, 3/14- Sunday, 3/19
Where: All-Star Music (first stay here)

Pre-Trip

DH and I had been debating for some time about whether or not we wanted to go somewhere for my spring break (I teach at our local community college). I hemmed and hawed, debated and declined, finally deciding that I did not want to spend the money, and I would rather just stay home and relax for the week.
Well, you all know how insistent that Disney bug can be, so five weeks before my spring break, I just thought, “I want to go to Disney World!” I called my DH to get started on our airline reservations, and I got the ball rolling with Melissa at Magical Journeys.

Since it was so last-minute, there were slim pickings for hotels, so we decided to try an All-Star since we wanted to keep costs down and had never stayed at one before. We had some frequent flyer miles to use, so that helped keep airfare reasonable, and I had about 275 Disney Reward Dollars to go toward food.

Everything was squared away quickly, and now we had a trip to look forward to in just five short weeks!

One problem I did run into was booking dining and fastpasses. I had tried to get into Be Our Guest for our June trip last summer, booking 180 days out, with no success. I knew there would be no way I would get in this time on such short notice, so we decided that our one sit-down meal would be at the Liberty Tree Tavern, which I booked pretty easily. I kept checking on dining openings, though, just in case. Lo and behold a very late (9:30p) dinner opened up at Be Our Guest, so I switched to that. I had really wanted a lunch ressie, but this would work. Late, but, who cares? We always seem to eat at off times when we are there anyway.

Just because I like to put my Type-A, obsessive personality to good use, I kept checking out dining options over the next couple of weeks. To my great surprise one day, an 11:00a Be Our Guest lunch ressie came up, so I was able to get what I wanted after all!

Fastpasses also worked out surprisingly well, considering I made them at about the 30-day mark, rather than the 60-day. I was able to get everything I really wanted except for Frozen and SDMT, but with some luck and good timing, we were able to enjoy both without a FP.

I decided to take a bit of a gamble this trip regarding how I booked our FP+. We are really disciplined about getting to the parks early and planned to park hop this trip (if you read my last June trip report, you will know that I really regretted not having park hoppers!), so I booked most of our fastpasses for our late afternoon/evening park. This worked beautifully for us! We were able to experience many rides and shows before 11a with short waits, take a break back at our hotel in early afternoon, and then use our fastpasses later in the day. I was even able to book a 4th or 5th one after the first 3 were used.

Thankfully, the five weeks went by relatively quickly as we finished things at work and prepared to leave on Monday, 3/13 for Denver to spend the night with my parents and then fly out early in the morning. I didn’t take notes or keep very good track of the specifics, but I do have some overall observations and stories to share in Part 2 of my report. Stay tuned! :mickey:
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fast pass plus 60 day time?

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 16:28
Does booking opening at midnight or 7am at the 60 day window?
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fast pass plus 60 day time?

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 16:28
Does booking opening at midnight or 7am at the 60 day window?
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Explore Pandora – The World of Avatar with Nightly Extra Magic Hours

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 15:42
Explore Pandora – The World of Avatar with Nightly Extra Magic Hours

For a limited time, May 27-July 4, 2017, Guests staying at select Walt Disney World® Resort hotels can explore Pandora – The World of Avatar beyond regular Park hours.
Nightly Extra Magic Hours will take place from 11 p.m.-1 a.m. only in Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park.

This offering will provide Guests with an additional opportunity to enjoy everything Pandora – The World of Avatar has to offer – including navigating a mystical river, flying on a back of a banshee and walking under floating mountains. Please note valid Theme Park admission and a Resort ID are required.

In addition, Guests staying at select Walt Disney Resort hotels can reserve Disney FastPass+ selections for attractions, including those in Pandora – The World of Avatar, up to 60 days prior to check-in beginning March 24, 2017. Disney FastPass+ service will be available at the two attractions within Pandora – The World of Avatar during regular Theme Park hours. Guests may select only one of these two attractions in their first set of Disney FastPass+ selections, subject to availability.
If you have an existing reservation at a select Walt Disney World Resort hotel, you will receive communication notifying them of the Nightly Extra Magic Hours.

*Valid Theme Park admission required. FastPass+ attractions and entertainment experiences, the number of selections you can make and available arrival windows are limited. Certain features and benefits require online registration.

As with Extra Magic Hours, Nightly Magic Hours will be available to Guests staying in Walt Disney World Resorts which are owned and operated by Disney, as well as Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin. Attached Images  
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Explore Pandora – The World of Avatar with Nightly Extra Magic Hours

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 15:42
Explore Pandora – The World of Avatar with Nightly Extra Magic Hours

For a limited time, May 27-July 4, 2017, Guests staying at select Walt Disney World® Resort hotels can explore Pandora – The World of Avatar beyond regular Park hours.
Nightly Extra Magic Hours will take place from 11 p.m.-1 a.m. only in Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park.

This offering will provide Guests with an additional opportunity to enjoy everything Pandora – The World of Avatar has to offer – including navigating a mystical river, flying on a back of a banshee and walking under floating mountains. Please note valid Theme Park admission and a Resort ID are required.

In addition, Guests staying at select Walt Disney Resort hotels can reserve Disney FastPass+ selections for attractions, including those in Pandora – The World of Avatar, up to 60 days prior to check-in beginning March 24, 2017. Disney FastPass+ service will be available at the two attractions within Pandora – The World of Avatar during regular Theme Park hours. Guests may select only one of these two attractions in their first set of Disney FastPass+ selections, subject to availability.
If you have an existing reservation at a select Walt Disney World Resort hotel, you will receive communication notifying them of the Nightly Extra Magic Hours.

*Valid Theme Park admission required. FastPass+ attractions and entertainment experiences, the number of selections you can make and available arrival windows are limited. Certain features and benefits require online registration.

As with Extra Magic Hours, Nightly Magic Hours will be available to Guests staying in Walt Disney World Resorts which are owned and operated by Disney, as well as Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin. Attached Images  
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Mmeory Maker

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 14:08
The last time we were in WDW was in 2014. At that time the only person who's band could be scanned when a picture was taken was the person in the party who purchased Memory Maker. Is that still the case?

:mickey:
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Mmeory Maker

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 14:08
The last time we were in WDW was in 2014. At that time the only person who's band could be scanned when a picture was taken was the person in the party who purchased Memory Maker. Is that still the case?

:mickey:
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Music of Pixar LIVE coming to DHS

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 13:47
Quote: ‘The Music of Pixar Live!’ Will Debut at Disney’s Hollywood Studios This Summer


This summer, Disney’s Hollywood Studios will present “The Music of Pixar LIVE! A Symphony of Characters.” This limited-time concert event will showcase memorable music from Pixar Animation Studios films, complete with a live orchestra and appearances by beloved Disney•Pixar characters.

Starting May 26, “The Music of Pixar LIVE!” will be presented three times nightly at Theater of the Stars at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (following the regular daily performances of “Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage”). The show will also feature highlights from some of Pixar’s greatest scores, from films like “Toy Story” to “Cars 3.” Guests can also expect appearances by Woody, Jessie, Mike and Sulley, the Incredibles and more. Sounds really interesting. Hope it goes over well and stays around.

(Moderator: Please move to correct thread category. Didn't know if this was for "News, Rumors & Imaginearing" or "Theme Parks")
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Music of Pixar LIVE coming to DHS

intercot.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 13:47
Quote: ‘The Music of Pixar Live!’ Will Debut at Disney’s Hollywood Studios This Summer


This summer, Disney’s Hollywood Studios will present “The Music of Pixar LIVE! A Symphony of Characters.” This limited-time concert event will showcase memorable music from Pixar Animation Studios films, complete with a live orchestra and appearances by beloved Disney•Pixar characters.

Starting May 26, “The Music of Pixar LIVE!” will be presented three times nightly at Theater of the Stars at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (following the regular daily performances of “Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage”). The show will also feature highlights from some of Pixar’s greatest scores, from films like “Toy Story” to “Cars 3.” Guests can also expect appearances by Woody, Jessie, Mike and Sulley, the Incredibles and more. Sounds really interesting. Hope it goes over well and stays around.

(Moderator: Please move to correct thread category. Didn't know if this was for "News, Rumors & Imaginearing" or "Theme Parks")
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D23 EXPO will return to Japan in 2018

TheDisneyBlog.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 12:11

The love of Mickey Mouse and all things Disney knows no national boundaries. It’s probably safe to say that fans in Japan might even hold claim to some of the most involved and committed Disney fans on the planet. So it makes sense that the D23 official Disney fan club...

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Planet Hollywood Observatory ribbon cutting ceremony with Reese Witherspoon and Mickey Mouse

TheDisneyBlog.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 11:58

The remodeled Planet Hollywood location at Disney Springs brought out the star power to make its official re-opening as Planet Hollywood Observatory. The new look resembles a 1940s observatory and includes three levels of indoor dining and two levels of outside dining. On Friday, March 17th, Academy Award-Winning Actress, Reese...

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Lindsey Stirling’s “Beauty and the Beast” video takes Belle on concert tour

TheDisneyBlog.com - Thu, 2017-03-23 11:49

Lindsey Stirling’s amazing choreographed violin play features complicated spinning and twirling dance moves while playing a variety of music in her unique style. The artist found her initial success as a YouTube star, but has added commercial success in the form of record sales and tours. Stirling recently released a...

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