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WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Downtown Disney, Epcot, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios yesterday and has a ton of newsworthy photos to share with us from this trip, so let’s take a look: Work continues on Splitsville at Downtown Disney Spotted construction workers Still looks nothing like the concept art… The Phineas and Ferb topiary from Epcot is now near the Phines and Ferb & You attraction Guests were waiting for it to open Blink has been open for a while now, don’t think we have shown it yet… John Carter Vinylmation is now at D Street Adam is probably the only person who has bought them They had better hurry up… Moving over to Epcot Some work going on at [...]
You know the Winnie-The -Pooh meet and greet at The Magic of Disney Animation at Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Well, he’s “gonna wreck it!” Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz will greet guests in the place Pooh now occupies starting in November. Oh, and based on his arm size, don’t expect Ralph to sign your autograph book… Wreck-It Ralph is the 52nd feature length Disney animated film and hits theaters November 2nd, 2012.
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot yesterday and has plenty of newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look: The parks are dead You can see FastPass+ installed at the end Probably a 5… FastPass+ installed at Tower as well Ummmm…. The old Carthay Theater on Sunset Boulevard Eat your heart out DCA How am I supposed to take a shortcut through Starring Roles if you are fixing the path? Heading into Magic of Disney Animation John Lasseter in Wreck-It Ralph form Fantastic video game humor on dispaly Ha Artists working hard on the new Ink and Paint Cells There is a Fix-It Felix machine on display, although it is behind glass The [...]
At a small media event this evening, Disney shared a few new pieces of concept art for the upcoming “Celebrate the Magic” show coming to the Magic Kingdom: Disney also announced that due to popularity, they are adding 1000 seats to the Hollywood Hills Amphitheater at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, home of Fantasmic!. Work has already begun building the seating in what was formerly standing-room-only space for the show. So, what do you think?
I visited the Walt Disney World Resort last week covering all four of the theme parks and I have plenty of newsworthy pictures to share, so let’s take a look at what’s happening around the Vacation Kingdom: The Rainforest Cafe sign inside Animal Kingdom is still missing Beastly Bazaar is closed to become a character meet and greet experience this Fall Wreck-It Ralph has taken over the display at the exit of the Magic of Disney Animation show Vannelope is voiced by Sarah Silverman That cake looks so real… The game Fix-It Felix is inspired by games such as Rampage and Donkey Kong Ralph even started as a monster just like one you would find in Rampage Niceland is the [...]
WDWNT Reporter Dirk Wallen was all over the Walt Disney World Resort this weekend, visiting Downtown Disney, the Magic Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. He took some great photos on his trip and has them to share with us in this photo report: Looks like the Earful Tower is being painted or repaired At the Magic Kingdom the Bakery has been out from behind tarps for a while now The old Swan Boat dock is getting refurbished at the moment Work continues on Princess Fairytale Hall The Castle Walls are approaching completion We still can’t go on the second level of Village Haus to take photos… More grass being placed on the facade of Under the Sea: Journey of the [...]
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the Magic Kingdom this past weekend, so let’s take a look at his photos, including an in-depth look at the Fantasyland model now on display at Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream: Darth Vader cupcake “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!” Adam had himself frozen in carbonite in the ABC sound Studio, former home of Sounds Dangerous Pretty neat for $120 Star Wars Weekends merchandise is in the tent behind Rock ‘N’ Rollercoaster again, Darth’s Mall The huge Fantasyland model has moved in at One Man’s Dream super cool Princess Fairytale Hall won’t change the exterior of Snow White too much according to the model A sign explains the model to guests Some stuff isn’t labeled, like [...]
If you’re a Star Wars fan who won’t be getting out to Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios this year, you’ll be very happy about what we have to share. Our friend Jeff Lange over at JeffLangeDVD.com and MouseSteps.com (both awesome sites you should check out all the time) captured some highlights of the first day of Star Wars Weekends 2012 for your enjoyment: Here’s a very funny skit featuring some Stormtroopers that is performed while guests are waiting for Stars of the Saga Some children were dressed up as Snig and Oopla (characters from various Star Wars Weekends activities) Star Wars Weekends Celebrity Welcome with James Arnold Taylor, Ashley Eckstein, and Ray Park And last, but certainly not [...]
WDWNT Reporter Dirk Wallen visited the Walt Disney World theme parks over the last three days and has some newsworthy photos to share with us from his trip. We’ll take a look at New Fantasyland, Star Wars Weekends preparation, and more from around the Vacation Kingdom of the World, so let’s get started: The Main Street Bakery is still behind tarps (I’m starting to think this has something to do with Starbucks moving in) Facade work continues on the Confectionary and Chapeau The temporary Tangled meet and greet rolls on Work was completed on the Main Street bridge Work on the Princess Merida meet and greet has been completed A nearby cart has Brave merchandise I find it hard to [...]
Since Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream was updated a few months ago, we’ve been wondering why there was so much empty space in “The Legacy Continues” section. Well, here’s why… You may recognize this as the large model of New Fantasyland that was shown at the 2011 D23 Expo. Well, starting tomorrow, it can be seen daily inside the One Man’s Dream attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Having seen the model in person, I can tell you that you will want to stare at it for a while to inspect every last detail. Clear up some time in your schedule for your next trip to the Studios, you’re going to be staring at this for a while…