Another great Disney Parks video I dug up. A full day at Epcot laid out in 3 minutes. Like the previous Magic Kingdom clip, this was spliced from several still shots captured in the tilt-shift technique to provide a fast-paced and toy-like appearance. The opening of the park before guests arrive is an added bonus since few of us ever get to see such quiet views at Epcot. Enjoy! “You’ve seen the Magic Kingdom in tilt-shift photography. Now see Epcot at Walt Disney World in Florida from a whole new perspective.”...Read More
Disney created this excellent video of a full day at Magic Kingdom by splicing a series of still images together. The tilt-shift picture technique used creates a model or toy sized visual effect so we can almost imagine all other people are scooting through a giant model of Magic Kingdom! This is a great clip for introducing newcomers to what a day in Magic Kingdom. Of course, it’s also a nice piece of nostalgia for all of us fans who can’t be there every day. “See the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Florida from a whole new...Read More
Disney has embarked on a new viral campaign centered around the goat who lives in the Big Thunder Mountain ride. Free the Disney Goat aims to raise awareness about Disney World attractions while also highlighting vacation deals. Currently, a 3 days for $119 deal is featured for Florida residents. The Disney Goat has a wish list of attractions he’d like to ride. To help him on his way just Tweet, Like, or Pin from his site. You can also post things you’d like to see him do via Twitter with the hashtag...Read More
Fans of the classic Hollywood icon, Grauman’s Chinese Theater, will love the new Palace Cinema released by Lego. It’s also a nice addition for fans of Disney’s Hollywood Studios Great Movie Ride. Loosely based on the Chinese theater, it features two levels which can be opened to reveal a lobby and screening area. Details also include stars on the sidewalks. 2194 pieces to keep you busy....Read More
Internationally acclaimed artist Larry Dotson will be making multiple appearances at Walt Disney World throughout the months of February, March, and April. Mr. Dotson will be available for signings and to discuss his work. Stop by to view some of his incredibly detailed oil renditions of sights around the Disney Parks. See below for schedule and his bio. Scheduled Appearances: Feb. 13-18, 2013 at Art of Disney in Downtown Disney® Marketplace Mar. 6-11 – Uptown Jewelers, Magic Kingdom® park (10:00am – 12 Noon and 3:00 – 5:00pm) Mar. 27-30 – Art of Disney, Downtown Disney® Marketplace (12 Noon...Read More
Disney Movies has released a new video ahead of the Peter Pan Diamond Edition. The clip, How to Never Grow Up, features ‘tips’ from the movie on how to stay young. Peter Pan will be available on Blu-Ray February 5th....Read More
Following on the heels of the popular Agent P missions at Epcot, two new interactive quests are being introduced at Disney World this Spring. As previously reported, the Wilderness Explorers adventure will take place in Animal Kingdom. Magic Kingdom will also be getting a new activity; Pirates Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas will offer an alternative to the usual rides and shows. Per the Disney Parks Blog: In A Pirate’s Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas, guests will use a pirate map and magic talisman to help them complete five different pirate raids throughout Adventureland. The goal is...Read More
The new Mickey Check icon will help parents and kids easily find healthy options on Disney menus around the parks, resorts, and also at retail locations outside of Disney properties. Despite the predominance of hamburgers, fries, and soft drinks found throughout Disney World menus, it is possible to eat healthy and keep your body fueled for all the fun activities during your vacation. An interactive Mickey Check site gets kids involved with making healthy choices and also features a listing of the nutritional guidelines for the program. According to the Disney Parks Blog: Choices that receive the Mickey...Read More
The Wilderness Explorers adventure organization will be coming to Disney’s Animal Kingdom this Spring. Following in the footsteps of the Kim Possible and Agent P adventures in Epcot, guests at Animal Kingdom will be able to sign on as a Wilderness Explorer, like Russell in Up!, and complete adventures around the park using the supplied field guides. Animal Kingdom is the perfect setting for all sorts of fun and educational exploration for all ages. More details about the 30 field guide challenges and badges will be available soon. ...Read More
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