We are talking about all kinds of important things this week! One of the big 5 had a birthday, the Matterhorn is falling down, and what we think of episode 1 of Loki.
Category Archives: Disneyland
Today we are spending Mr. Banks style with our ideas of a Lion King, Circle of Life ride. It is safe to say Ryan wins this competition!
Did you know at one time Disney was looking at rebuilding Adventure Land to be themed around Indiana jones, We are discussing what we got and what we did not on today’s podcast!
So you might have heard of the Disney Weenie, well we were wondering what the meaning was behind the name and how they came to be, and we are telling you all about how they came to be on today’s show.
There has been a lot of news around Disneyland this week with new updates to the Jungle Cruise in both parks, Season passes refunded, and Covid19 Vaccination happening on the property (we hope it is in the park). Let’s chat!
An imaginative color stylist and designer, Mary Blair helped introduce modern art to Walt Disney and his Studio, and, for nearly 30 years, he touted her inspirational work for his films and theme parks alike. Animator Marc Davis, who put Mary’s exciting use of color on par with Matisse, recalled, “She brought modern art to Walt in a way that no one else did. He was so excited about her work.” Animator Frank Thomas added:
Today we are discussing Disney News for the first week of January 2021 with the announcement that Magic hours are going away permanently and being replaced. The magical express is going away at the end of 2021, Disney moving the office to Floriday, and more.
True to its name, Snow White’s Scary Adventures focuses on the perils of Snow White’s fairytale journey. The ride includes dark, spooky scenes that may be frightening for young children—including dungeons, skeletons, haunted trees, unexpected transformations, and a menacing evil Queen.
It has been months since Disneyland was open to the public, and we are pleased to find out that they have been hard at work while we were away. Disney has used this time to their advantage and made some significant repairs. We discuss that today on the podcast.
Some Walt Disney World street performers and other park entertainers were among an undisclosed number of Disney employees who found out Tuesday night they were being laid off.
Some of the affected workers took social media to share that their time with the company had come to an end. Among those being let go is part of the acting troupe at Disney’s Hollywood Studios known as the Citizens of Hollywood.