Guests visiting Magic Kingdom Park tonight are in for a real Halloween treat. For the first time in the park’s history, Mickey will be talking with guests and testing some new tricks backstage at Town Square Theater.
The wait is finally over!
Disney Alice in Wonderland ascends from the rabbit hole onto DVD & Blu-Ray disc. If the anticipation of one of this year’s most popular films coming to DVD isn’t enough to excite you, then let me tempt you with this – for a limited-time only when you purchase Disney Alice In Wonderland on DVD or Blu-Ray Combo Pack at select Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resorts merchandise locations, you get a free $5 Disney Gift Card!
Walt Disney World is about to begin building its first new hotel in seven years, a 2,000-room resort that will open in 2012.
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort will feature 1,120 suites with room for as many as six people each and another 864 traditional hotel rooms, with a design theme based on four of the company’s most popular animated movies.
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.
Bellow is a break down of the refurbishments and closures at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Refurbishment and Closures are subject to change without notice and should be confirmed just prior to visiting. Updated information is available at http://www.disneyworld.com. Click To Continue