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Television host and comedian Jon Stewart took a ride on the Tomorrowland Indy Speedway at the Magic Kingdom today with his children Nate (age 6) and Maggie (age 5). Stewart and his family were celebrating Maggie’s 5th birthday.
Then days later, Jon stopped by Zonko’s joke shop in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.
Disney photo by David Roark. Universal photo by Roberto Gonzalez.
The official Disney Parks blog has finally confirmed the long-rumored return of “Captain EO” to Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. beginning in February 2010, but only for a “limited engagement.”
The 17-minute, fan-favorite 3D film stars the late Michael Jackson in a sci-fi battle and will temporarily replace “Honey, I Shrunk the Audience” in Disneyland. Unfortunately, for those of us in Orlando, there are no announced plans to do the same at Epcot. We’ve heard rumors suggesting that it may happen later in the year, but those are still just rumors at this point.
Until then, Michael Jackson fans will have to head to California to enjoy “Captain EO” one more time.
A great set of making-of photos from the 3D film can be found at etonline.com.