DisneylandForward, facial recognition at WDW, and more news! – The Attractions Podcast

Join hosts Brittani and Seth as they bring you news and discussion about all things theme parks, as well as their thoughts on the latest movies, television, and video games on The Attractions Podcast.

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This week on The Attractions Podcast, Brittani and Seth discuss the just-announced opening dates for Six Flags Great America and Six Flags Great Adventure, the design for the first-ever Walt Disney World-themed license plate, the upcoming transformation of the Main Street Confectionery at Magic Kingdom, Disney Cruise Line’s British “staycation” cruises, Earth Month festivities at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s updated release plans for “Black Widow,” the opening date of Riptide Race at Aquatica Orlando, the new Universal Legacy Store at CityWalk Orlando, the updated opening guidelines for theme parks in California, Walt Disney World testing facial recognition technology, and a look at a possible future with DisneylandForward.

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  1. First of all there are no $99 motel rooms along Harbor Boulevard next to Disneyland. Also there are no residential houses surrounding any Disneyland properties. There are only businesses and gas stations and hotels. Hopefully the city of Anaheim will now cooperate more with Disney since they have lost so many tourist dollars over the last year.