Tagged with " Winnie The Pooh"
WDWNT Reporter Zach Larson visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the Magic Kingdom on Sunday and has a few newsworthy photos to share with us from his trip: Almost all of the scaffolding is down from the Tower of Terror
WDWNT Reporter Robert Ashburn visited the MAgic Kingdom on Wednesday and has a number of newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look: Winnie-the-Pooh movie poster at the TTC
Here are a few character updates for Walt Disney World in the next few weeks: -From the Disney Parks Blog: Heads up pirate fans – we’re happy to break the news that a new scalawag will land at Magic Kingdom Park in time for the May 20 opening of “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.” The new pirate will be Angelica, who is portrayed by actress Penelope Cruz in the film. Angelica is the daughter of the legendary pirate captain, Blackbeard, and she’ll appear in Adventureland beginning April 15. According to our partners in Entertainment, Angelica is “a world-famous pirate with a reputation for skill and cunning – rivaled only by that of Captain Jack. Fresh from her pursuit of the [...]
It has been way too long since we have had a photo report to share with you, but luckily Zach Larson has broken the dry-spell with some photos taken at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot over the last two days. Enjoy: The Speederbike photo-op is behind walls
Today we have the first photo report from our newest WDWNT Reporter Coral Rivera! Coral brings us park hopping for a few newsworthy pictures in her very first update: A limited release ear hat available, retailing at $79.95
WDWNT Reporter Josh Siegel visited the Magic Kingdom on Friday and has a number of newsworthy photos from around the park to share with us: The temporary Winnie the Pooh meet and greet in Fantasyland, no word on where this is going after the expansion is complete
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – The heroes of “Toy Story 3” have left the toy box. Woody and Buzz Lightyear meet arch-enemy Lotso the teddy bear on the Future World playground for the 18th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival March 2 through May 15, 2011, at Walt Disney World Resort. The popular Disney•Pixar characters hit the sandbox as seven- and eight-foot-tall topiaries at the Epcot front entrance flower bed featuring a sand castle, strawberry-scented field and playground toys. Created by Disney gardeners and topiary experts with bold strokes of seasonal color, the topiary display marks the first time “Toy Story” characters have been showcased at the festival which, along with more than 100 topiaries, features seminars and gardening demonstrations, [...]
From the Disney Parks Blog: After the last guest left Magic Kingdom Park one night last week, Walt Disney Imagineers unveiled some magic. While you slept, they removed construction walls surrounding The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and gave a first look at their amazing work. The queue and exterior façade for the classic Fantasyland attraction have been completely re-imagined. You can now enjoy a fully immersive interactive adventure through the Hundred Acre Wood that includes visits to Tigger’s Bouncy Place, Rabbit’s Garden, Eeyore’s Gloomy Place and Pooh’s Hunny Hives. Here’s a peek at the work that took place. Enjoy.
Some portions of the queue for the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at the Magic Kingdom have opened following the recent refurbishment, revealing some new interactive elements in addition to a very elaborate theme. Banks Lee visited the Magic Kingdom earlier today and has some pictures of the queue to share: The signage
WDWNT Reporter Banks Lee visited three Walt Disney World theme parks on Wednesday (take a WILD guess which one he did not go to) and took plenty of photos to share with us in a lengthy photo report: The gingerbread house is up and open at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa