New spaces and experiences are coming to the Disney Magic in March 2018, including family dining in an enchanted kingdom, a teen club, and a high-end café for adults. [Read more…]
Disney’s Moana will make her first voyage onto the ice this year as Disney On Ice presents “Dare to Dream” travels to cities across America. [Read more…]
Breakfast is about to get a little more magical at Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s Boardwalk. Starting April 2, guests will be able to meet royal Disney couples Ariel and Prince Eric and Rapunzel with Flynn Rider while enjoying their meals at the “Bon Voyage Breakfast” character dining experience. [Read more…]
An original stage show based on the animated film “Tangled” will debut onboard the Disney Magic this November, marking the first time the Disney tale has been adapted for the stage. [Read more…]
By Matt Roseboom
Just so there aren’t any surprises, there are three things you need to know before seeing Disney’s “Into The Woods”. It’s a musical. It’s a comedy. It’s a very good movie. [Read more…]
The newest experience for guests to enjoy in New Fantasyland, Princess Fairytale Hall, has now opened its doors. [Read more…]
By Kevin Yee
It’s a crazy week of new additions at the Magic Kingdom, with new highly themed Tangled bathrooms opening near the Haunted Mansion and new elements added to the Big Thunder Mountain queue to make it interactive. Epcot joins the action with the Kinsey art collection in the American Adventure and the re-booted Flower and Garden Festival, now as much Food and Wine as it is Flower and Garden. [Read more…]
The “Tangled” themed rest area is now open at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. The new highly themed area features: restrooms, a ‘D-Zone’ charging station, and a game to find the ‘hidden pascals’ throughout the area. [Read more…]
By Kevin Yee
This week we look at the renovated Test Track, now open daily. It’s a reboot of the attraction that changes the entire story and theme, and adds a lot of color to the experience, though the ride vehicles and dynamics are unchanged. We also show the Rapunzel tower newly added to Fantasyland and touch a few other updates around the resort. [Read more…]
According to new concept art, when Princess Fairytale Hall opens early next year, the Disney Princesses will be getting a new look. Cinderella recently debuted a new dress and hair style at the Limited Time Magic announcement in New York City and it looks like the other princesses will follow.
Disney On Ice will present its newest show, Rockin’ Ever After, featuring Ariel, Rapunzel, Belle and even Merida. It will all take place at the Amway Center in Orlando this September with tickets now on sale. [Read more…]
Starting mid-May, guests at the Magic Kingdom will have the opportunity to meet and greet, Merida, the heroine from the upcoming Disney-Pixar movie Brave, which hits theaters on June 22, 2012. Merida will appear in Fairytale Garden in Fantasyland which will be transformed into a setting inspired by her Scottish Highlands home. [Read more…]
Disney officially welcomed Rapunzel as the 10th Disney Princess character at a star-studded celebration on Oct. 2, 2011. The ceremony took place at Kensington Palace in London with a royal court including by Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Mulan, Pocahontas, Snow White and Tiana. [Read more…]
Yesterday was an emotional one for Flynn Rider, Rapunzel and all the cast who help out at the Tangled play and greet experience at Magic Kingdom. Flynn made his last regular appearance in the Fairytale Garden with Rapunzel. [Read more…]
At the Disney D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif. on Sept. 13, 2009, Disney/Pixar’s John Lasseter gave a presentation in which he revealed new clips and information from upcoming films including “Toy Story 3”, “Rapunzel”, and the now-announced new hand-drawn “Winnie the Pooh” movie.
Following his presentation, Lasseter met with the media in a press conference to answer further questions. We wondered if elements from the new “Winnie the Pooh” film or “Rapunzel” would make their way into the Walt Disney World Fantasyland expansion announced by Disney Parks & Resorts yesterday. Here is Lasseter’s response:
The “Winnie the Pooh” film is due out in 2011 and “Rapunzel” will be released at the end of 2010. Most of the Fantasyland expansion will be complete in 2012, which leaves ample time for either to be integrated, if only in part, into the Magic Kingdom addition. It has been said that Pooh’s Playful Spot will likely be disappearing from the Magic Kingdom as part of the Fantasyland expansion but Imagineers are still designing the Pooh-themed replacement.