There is no missing the work on the upcoming Tron Lightcycle / Run attraction in Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom. This launching roller coaster will be a near-exact copy of the original version in Shanghai Disneyland. But, unlike in Shanghai, we get to see this one load-up in front of our eyes.[Read more…]
The year is 1954, and construction for Disneyland park is in full swing. The many creative faces of WED Enterprises were hard at work so that it would reach its ambitious opening date in 1955. Scaffolders were placing finishing touches on the rugged cliffs of Adventureland, engineers were developing the precise movements of Abraham Lincoln, and Walt Disney himself was faced with a massive decision.
Due to the park’s opening date looming over Walt’s head, he was forced to partake in massive budget cuts to seize its arrival. Cutbacks were to be made throughout the park, and he was forced to consider opening Disneyland without the soon-to-be-famous Tomorrowland.[Read more…]
This week on The Attractions Podcast, Brittani and Banks are joined by guest Tharin White as they discuss “Living with the Land: Merry and Bright Nights” debuting at Epcot, new concept art for the Tomorrowland entrance debuting next year at Disneyland, a recap of the 2019 IAAPA Attractions Expo, their thoughts on “Frozen 2” and Chapter 3 of “The Mandalorian,” and the latest news as marketing kicks into high gear for “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.”
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Tomorrowland now has signage once again, as a new, sleeker design was installed over the past week at Magic Kingdom.[Read more…]
Disneyland is moving forward with the next update as part of the park’s Project Stardust beautification program – the removal of the ‘french fry’ rocks from the entrance to Tomorrowland.[Read more…]
The classic Tomorrowland sign, which was positioned over the bridge leading to the land from the castle hub in Magic Kingdom, has been temporarily removed.[Read more…]