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Star Tours: The Adventures Continue opened today at Disneyland. The ride has been undergoing renovations since July 2010. The new ride’s story takes place between episodes 3 and 4 of the Star Wars saga.
Just a few weeks ago Disney was completing the finishing touches on The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure and now the ride is complete and wowing riders. The quality of the Animatronics are second to none and the facial expressions … Continue reading
Check out a new video of The Little Mermaid ride going in at Disney’s California Adventure. In true Disney fashion the ride looks awesome and the characters are spactacular. Looks like another win for the Imagineers.
The Themed Entertainment Association has released its 2008 attendance report. It doesn’t contain too many surprises, with Disney’s many parks taking the lead worldwide.
Amusement Park Madness has posted a Disney brochure from 1975. Talk about put Orlando on the map.
Looks like Disney may still be working on getting a park for Shanghai, China. The full news story can be found at the Shanghai Daily.
According to IGN, Ubisoft has taken over publishing rights to the new Six Flags video game, Six Flags Fun Park. Six Flags Fun Park will be a kids video game for the Wii platform and will allow kids to run … Continue reading
A suspicious powder found at Disneyland ticket booths prompted the park to halt operations for a few hours yesterday. The powder turned out to be sand (who knew they had sand in California), and the park continued operations as usual … Continue reading
New pictures of the overhaul of Disney’s California Adventure Park can be found at the Theme Park Review. The park appears to be very limited in the course of the construction and many wonder if it should even be open … Continue reading
According to the Orlando Sentinel, Walt Disney World will be eliminating an unknown number of jobs in order to streamline operations in the slow economy. The company currenlty employs about 80,000 people between its resorts. They would like to consolidate … Continue reading