New “Next-Gen” Finale Scene Debuts at “it’s a small world” | WDW News Today

« | Home | »

New “Next-Gen” Finale Scene Debuts at “it’s a small world”

Posted on January 29, 2013

Picture 6

Just last week, we showed you that Imagineers were working on a new finale scene inside “it’s a small world” at the Magic Kingdom. Well, for the most part, their work is done:

As you can see, the scene has been freshened up a bit. All 22 goodbye phrases are still there, but new accents and a few large postcard shaped signs have been added. However, just because the scene is now visible, does not mean that they are done working on it. The eventual plan is to have the large postcards replaced with screens that will say goodbye to guests personally after gathering their names off of their MagicBands. It is even possible that the long-rumored “create-your-own-doll” feature will be integrated to this scene whenever that may eventually come to fruition with the roll-out of MyMagic+.

Stay tuned to WDW News Today as more becomes available on this story.

Topics: The Magic Kingdom | 10 Comments »

  • Pingback: Disney World News Today » » New “Next-Gen” Finale Scene Debuts at “it’s a small world”

  • Guest

    I really don’t like that you see ‘adios’ before you see ‘goodbye’. Pretty sure we are in America, and we speak English.

  • http://www.facebook.com/WDWNT Tom Corless

    Pretty sure it was always like that…

  • Guest

    I never noticed it before now, though. Maybe I am noticing it now because there is so much dispute over illegal immigrants, and I am bitter about learning Spanish.

  • Sara

    “Goodbye” is probably at the end for a reason. As you can see, its not just “adios” before “goodbye.” There’s quite a few other languages first. I think its already assumed people know America is an “English speaking” country, so the other languages are a way to just teach us new phrases.

    I’ll be honest, your comment seemed really ignorant to me…=/

  • jansen

    Also pretty sure there are more languages than just English spoken in America. Your comment was unnecessary and rude.

  • Rocky Balboa

    You are an uninformed idiot.

  • Rocky Balboa

    It’s more than really ignorant.

  • Guest

    I am sorry, I did not mean to offend anyone with my comment. What I said most definitely came out in the wrong way, and it was unnecessary!

  • mrs g

    never apologize, it’s a sign of weakness , and it was unnecessary