Today we have Part 2 of the 2 Part Cars Land video collection. In Video: Cars Land at Disney’s California Adventure – Part 1 we gave you some teasers and concept art videos. Today we present an actual point of view video of Radiator Springs Racers. Cars Land will be opening on June 15, 2012. This new land features points from both Cars and Cars 2. Click To Continue
On June 15, 2012, Disney will open the newest land in the Disney California Adventure theme park, Cars Land, based on the Disney/Pixar animated films. Cars Land is a new themed land at Disney California Adventure Park that is currently under construction. This 12-acre land will be built as part of the $1.1 billion expansion plan for Disney California Adventure Park on the former Timon Parking Lot behind the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and A Bug’s Land. Cars Land is inspired by the 2006 Disney·Pixar film, Cars. This land will have new dining and shopping venues as well as new attractions. One will be a major “E ticket” attraction called Radiator Springs Racers which will feature the third-generation Test Track technology, an attraction located at Epcot in Walt Disney World. Opening date is June 15, 2012. This new land features points from both Cars and Cars 2. Click To Continue
It’s official….tickets at Walt Disney World and Disneyland will increase in price after midnight (August 4th). The increase is $2-3 per day (plus tax) making a 9 day park pass increase by over $20 per person! Save now, and lock in these rates for any 2010 vacations.
Disney’s World of Color is a new nighttime show scheduled to premiere on June 11, 2010 at Disney’s California Adventure, in Anaheim, California. Designed by Walt Disney Creative Entertainment, this show is planned to have more than 1200 fountains and includes lasers, lights, and fire with high-definition projections on mist screens similar to the ones used in Fantasmic! at Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
Did you ever want to talk to Mickey?
Disney revealed today that it is testing a new and improved Mickey Mouse: One that actually talks with guests.
Disney says it is currently “playtesting” the technology – which gives Mickey a moving mouth and the ability to interact in real-time with children – in California, but the video already has fans buzzing about whether Disney will eventually expand the concept to other parks and other costumed characters. It’s possible that the concept is part of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts’ broad “next generation experience” technology initiative, a hush-hush project that former Disney execs say has a budget of close to $1.5 billion.