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    MagicBands 2 Coming to Walt Disney World Resort

    A new MagicBand design is coming to the Walt Disney World Resort as part of Disney’s quest to innovate and personalize guests vacation experience. The MagicBand 2 was unveiled yesterday by Walt Disney Parks & Resorts Chairman Bob Chapek during D23’s Destination D: Amazing Adventures presentation. The new MagicBand will feature a new design which makes […]

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    “A Wrinkle in Time” Get’s an official Release Date – April 6, 2018

    Disney has announced a release date for A Wrinkle in Time via a video on Twitter. The film will be released on April 6, 2018. So happy to announce WRINKLE IN TIME coming to you APRIL 6th, 2018 💞🎉🎉🎉🎉 @AVAETC pic.twitter.com/tf35uiq18o RT — Rowan Blanchard (@rowblanchard) November 14, 2016 For some reason, Disney hasn’t really taken […]

  • DisneyQuest Will Remain Open into 2017

    The Orlando Sentinel is reporting that DisneyQuest will remain open into 2017 with no closing date set. Disney has confirmed that the NBA Experience is still coming and has given no updates, other than that the project still has a green light. Here is the official statement from Disney: DisneyQuest, the video game entertainment complex […]

  • Hall of Presidents Refurb Date Announced to prepare for President Elect Donald Trump

    The Hall Of Presidents at the Magic Kingdom is set to undergo a lengthy refurbishment in 2017. This is a scheduled refurb that happens every year or every other year, and since it’s an election year the new President will be added. A rework of the show including changing current President Obama’s speech will also […]

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    ‘Toy Story 4’ and ‘The Incredibles 2’ get New Release Dates

    Here we go again. “Toy Story 4” has been pushed back again while “The Incredibles 2” has been pulled forward. Toy Story 4 will now be released on June 21, 2019 and The Incredibles 2 on June 15, 2018. This is the third time the new Toy Story film has been pushed back. I’m glad that the new Incredibles film has been […]

  • Disney’s Chief Rival in China Hires Former Head of Hong Kong Disneyland

    Andrew Kam who was the managing director of Hong Kong Disneyland between 2007-2016, has now been hired by China’s Dilian Wanda to a senior position in it’s expanding theme park division. Kam left hong Kong Disneyland in March of this year, citing personal issues as the reason for leaving. After a six-month break, he has been […]

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    Updated List of Closures, Cancelations, and More associated with Hurricane Matthew

    Based on the most recent forecasts for Hurricane Matthew, several destinations, special events and experiences at Walt Disney World Resort are closed or have been canceled. CLOSURES, CANCELATIONS AND MORE All 4 Walt Disney World theme parks are closed through Friday, October 7, 2016. Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park is closed through Friday, October 7, […]

  • Walt Disney World Parks to close at 5pm Today and remained closed Friday

    The Walt Disney World Resort will essentially shut down today at 5pm due to Hurricane Matthew. ALL WALT DISNEY WORLD PARKS WILL CLOSE TODAY OCTOBER 6, 2016, AT 5PM AND WILL REMAIN CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY. DISNEY SPRINGS WILL ALSO CLOSE TODAY AT 5PM AND WILL REMAINED CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY. FOR All HURRICANE MATTHEW […]

  • Additional Disney Hotels now under Mandatory Evacuation

    The bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Resort and the Treehouse Villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort are now under evacuation orders by Disney for the safety of guests during Hurricane Matthew. Guests will be moved to alternate resorts on property. Related: Disney’s Fort Wilderness Under Mandatory evacuation

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    Disney Releases FAQ for Guests Impacted by Hurricane Matthew

    From Walt Disney World: Q. My Walt Disney World vacation is taking place at the same time that Hurricane Matthew is expected to impact Central Florida. How may this affect my vacation plans? A. Walt Disney World Resort is operating under normal conditions at the present time as we continue to monitor Hurricane Matthew. Recent […]