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That’s right, the Adventurer’s Club and the BET Soundstage buildings are about to come down at the former Pleasure Island. But what will be replacing them? For now, just grass: “Seed & Mulch”, the same that can currently be found on the plots that were Rock ‘N’ Roll Beach Club and Motion. Now a new patch of grass will appear temporarily at the other side of the island. Fans of Comedy Warehouse will be happy to know that the building will remain in-tact and is labeled as a “Future Entertainment Parcel”. You may recognize the photo above as the plaza and small elevated stage between Portobello and Fulton’s. Thankfully, this area is getting a new look as well: A good [...]
Adam Roth visited both Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Downtown Disney on Friday and has plenty of newsworthy photos to share with us: Welcome to Hollywood
As if May 13th through the 15th wasn’t busy enough with the D23 Destination D festivities and the PIXAR 25th Anniversary Weekend at the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, Disney has piled on yet another event that Disney fans may want to attend. From the Disney Parks Blog: Attention all “Cars” fans – I’ve got a great announcement for you tonight. The Disney Parks Blog just got word that the gang from Radiator Springs will head this way next month for a brand new event – Downtown Disney Car Masters Weekend – which will take place May 13-15. Four-time Piston Cup Champion, Lightning McQueen, Mater and British super-spy, Finn McMissile will hit the road to celebrate the release of Disney•Pixar’s “Cars [...]
WDWNT Reporter Taylor Martina visited the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Downtown Disney on Friday and has a number of newsworthy photos from his trip to share with us: it’s finally exciting to watch Fantasyland progress, as we can now see details beginning to emerge!
WDWNT Reporter Taylor Martina was roaming around Walt Disney World on Friday and lucky for us he had his camera with him to snap some newsworthy photos: Yes, both legs of Spaceship Earth are back to normal for the first time in 12 years…
WDWNT Reporter Josh Siegel paid a visit to Downtown Disney on Sunday evening and has some newsworthy photos to share with us from his trip: See folks, this is what happens when you don’t charge admission…
WDWNT Reporter Zach Larson roamed all over Walt Disney World last weekend and has a ton of newsworthy photos to share with us of all the latest happenings: New clothing at Hollywood Studios features characters with clapboards
Our friend Robert Ashburn of FloridaThrills.Net visited Downtown Disney on Wednesday and has some newsworthy photos to share with us from his trip: Motion has just about been erased from existence on Pleasure Island
The renamed AMC Downtown Disney 24 (Formerly Pleasure Island) debuted a new lobby and refreshment area a few days ago, including gourmet popcorn, Coke Freestyle machines, and a vastly expanded menu: This is only the beginning of changes for the AMC 24. In January, the entrance across from Planet Hollywood will close to be turned into the entrance for “Fork and Screen” theaters which will include theater numbers 21-24 that will be remodeled. Meanwhile, the entrance in the middle of the West Side will be used to access all “regular” theaters, numbers 1-20.
We have a few updates of the Hyperion Wharf project replacing Pleasure Island. First, a few new pieces of concept art floating around the web: As well, Orlando Attraction Magazine has gathered the following information: • More than 1,500 new restaurant seats will expand dining options by more than 25 percent. • The new design makes the waterfront the focal point. • In the next 30 days, AMC Theater guests will be able to purchase unique, upscale snacks and drinks from interactive, self-service food stations similar to a food court. • The AMC Fork & Screen Theater will offer restaurant-style dining with seat-side service beginning in spring 2011. • The projects are expected to create an estimated 600 construction jobs, 500 [...]