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Disney’s Hollywood Studios has been a hotbed of changes, refurbishments, and improvements over the last few days, so WDWNT Reporter Banks Lee headed out to the park to take photos of all of this activity: There’s a lot closed
From an article about “What’s Next?” at Disneyland Resort on Disney’s D23 website, here’s more on Star Tours II and Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid: The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure A couple sen-sea-tional reveals were made about this mega-attraction sprouting up now along the side of Paradise Bay. As guests descend into the water, a cool blast of air will give them the sensation of headed under the sea. Scuttle the seagull will be the first character guests will meet once they have loaded into their “clam-mobiles.” And there will be several places you will see him along you way as he helps weave Ariel’s story together. Star Tours: The Adventures Continue While it may not open [...]
At the media festivities last week at Disneyland Resort, we got a closer look and a few more details about both “Under The Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid” and “Star Tours II” (note that Disney has dropped the II from the name, but we’ll be using it just to differentiate it from the current version of the attraction). While the previews are meant for Disneyland, both attractions will be almost identical at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort. First looking at the Little Mermaid dark ride, the clam vehicles are actually different from the Seas with Nemo and Friends
WDWNT Network Community Forum user FreakOuter84 provided us with the following photos of the construction walls in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom: The walls now have large landscapes and descriptions of what’s to come Note that this isn’t concept art, but artwork from the films Preview of “Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid” Enchanted Tales with Belle Prince Eric’s castle from The Little Mermaid Maurice’s Cottage To discuss this update, click this link.
While the presentation about the Fantasyland Expansion during the D23 First Anniversary party did not allow photography of any kind, there were ten pieces of artwork on display at Ariel’s Grotto during the party, some new, some you may have seen before: The overall view, nothing new here Old concept art of Dumbo’s Circus area and the “Dueling Dumbos” The exterior of “Dreams Come True with Cinderella” Old concept art of “Under The Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid”. A new version of this artwork was shown during the presentation, however, photography was not allowed. The ride will use omnimover vehicles very much like those found at the Seas with Nemo and Friends Old concept art of “A Birthday Surprise [...]