As people across the world hope for a COVID-19 vaccine to be ready and distributed as soon as possible, what could that mean in terms of the changes we’ve seen in the theme parks so far? Will guests and employees still be required to wear masks? Will plexiglass still separate you from the row in front on your ride vehicle? Will your party still need to stand on a sticker six feet away from another party? The short answer? No one knows yet – or has announced plans for these circumstances.[Read more…]
During today’s whirlwind of an Investor Day, Walt Disney Studios shared their upcoming slate of projects releasing both exclusively on Disney+ and theatrically.[Read more…]
Hollywood has mined a rich vein of football movies over the years, from “Heaven Can Wait” (1978) and “Rudy” (1993) to modern classics like “Remember the Titans” (2000) and “The Blind Side” (2009). The latest addition to this collection of sporting celluloid is “Safety,” a Walt Disney Motion Pictures release and a true contender for ‘Feel-good Movie of the Year.’[Read more…]
Disney movies have produced a wealth of talent in recent years, introducing us to the likes of Kristen Stewart, Brie Larson and Demi Lovato in their younger days before they went on to became major stars. Now we can get ready for four new names that are all featured in the forthcoming release on Disney+, “Safety.”[Read more…]
With most theme parks reopen from the COVID shutdown, everyone is getting used to new social distancing and mask mandates. The big name parks are always in the spotlight when it comes to showcasing their new safety requirements and how they’re handled, but one park that often gets overlooked is SeaWorld’s Discovery Cove. We were invited to the park to see how they’ve changed their experiences to better suit the times.
Royal Caribbean is introducing a new way for guests to complete the required ship safety drill without having to gather with other guests. It’s called Muster 2.0.[Read more…]
In some states and counties, people are required to wear masks in public and practice social distancing. But even in those areas, some businesses simply do not enforce the rules. On the other hand, many have praised theme parks, like Universal Orlando Resort, for their safe practices and extensive cleaning processes, including taking the temperature of every guest — something most grocery stores don’t do. We asked you, our readers, what you thought about safety measures in theme parks and at essential grocery stores.[Read more…]