Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge may be open, but the Star Wars expansion at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is not yet complete. The Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be a multi-night resort destination, designed to fully immerse guests into the Star Wars galaxy. While there isn’t an announced opening date yet, this destination is getting ready for when visitors can arrive. Let’s look at how Disney plans on making guests believe they’re staying in a Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser in outer space.[Read more…]
A major leap in progress has begun at Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park as the Jurassic World Velocicoaster is now periodically doing test runs. This upcoming coaster will be one of the most impressive in Universal’s portfolio. Two launches, numerous inversions, and a 100 foot zero-gravity inverted stall are just some of its impressive feats.[Read more…]
Thanks to Florida’s very transparent permitting websites, plans for a Legoland Florida park expansion have leaked. Project “Venus” appears to move this new area of the theme park into the parking lot as a redistribution of space.[Read more…]
Even with major delays and cutbacks to Walt Disney World construction this year, Epcot’s France pavilion expansion moves forward. The highly-anticipated trackless dark ride, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, was supposed to open this summer. While the ride wasn’t able to meet its original opening date, it’s still on the path to completion.[Read more…]
Just yesterday, it was announced that Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan will be opening in spring 2021 – but this delay seems to focus more so on the inability for many to travel instead of construction issues. In fact, the land looks almost ready to go right now. These photos, taken by The Sankei News, provide us great aerial visuals of this colorful new area.
Hong Kong Disneyland has had a bit of shaky summer with re-opening, closing and opening again. But, even with outside issues the park has continued work on their massive castle remodel, titled “Castle of Magical Dreams.” Thanks to Disney Magic Kingdom Blog, we are able to see the nearly finished product.