This year’s Walt Disney Parks & Resorts Panel at D23 Expo 2017 was packed full of exciting announcements and upcoming additions to the Disney Parks over the next five years. [Read more…]
The hit Tron roller coaster from Shanghai Disneyland will make its way to the Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland in time for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary, according to an announcement at D23 Expo 2017. [Read more…]
By Fowl Owlerson
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Could the end be near for the Universe of Energy attraction at Epcot? And if so, would the Tron franchise be a good fit? [Read more…]
By Matthew Eberle
This week on Attractions Adventures, Matthew checks out the all-new TRON Realm, Chevrolet Digital Challenge in Tomorrowland at Shanghai Disneyland. [Read more…]
Shanghai Disneyland just opened its gates a few months ago, but it is already getting its first expansion with Tron Realm, Chevrolet Digital Challenge opening in Tomorrowland on September 20. [Read more…]
The Walt Disney Company has unveiled key elements of Shanghai Disneyland, including its six themed lands and live entertainment, many of which are a first for a Disney park. [Read more…]
Walt Disney World recently started previews of the new Test Track at Epcot this weekend for cast members and their guests. The new Test Track, or Test Track 2.0, while keeping the same track layout, now features all-new state-of-art visuals, refurbished ride vehicles and a new soundtrack as well. [Read more…]
Column by Andy Guinigundo
The build up leading to the premier of Tron Legacy that comes to theater in December continues. In Florida, we have seen the Light Cycle wraps on the monorail for months now. Tron has had a huge presence at the past two Comic Con conventions. Out in Anaheim at Disney California Adventure, the new nighttime party entitled ElecTRONica debuted this weekend. [Read more…]
Disney’s 3D sci-fi adventure film TRON: Legacy doesn’t debut in theaters until December, but guests at Disney World can see a bit of the TRON universe zipping high above their heads.
Renderings of yellow and blue light cycles have transformed one of the trains on the monorail line. A blue light cycle zips to the left along one side of Disney’s “highway in the sky” and the yellow light cycle zooms to the right. This particular monorail, or “Tronorail” currently takes guests between Epcot and the Ticket and Transportation Center.
TRON: Legacy is a sequel to 1982’s classic TRON, both starring recent Oscar-winner Jeff Bridges. TRON: Legacy will be released in both Disney Digital 3D and IMAX 3D and is currently scheduled to debut across the US on Dec. 17.