Names and faces of the 59 people who were killed last night in the tragic Las Vegas shooting are beginning to be released, one of them being Carrie Barnette, a cast member that worked at the Pacific Wharf Cafe in Disney California Adventure in Anaheim. In addition, Jessica Milam, also a Disney cast member, was one of the over 500 injured during the shooting. Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Robert Iger released a statement saying in regards to the Vegas shooting and…
For those of you unable to make it to D23 Expo to see the model in person, Yahoo Movies has brought the exhibit here; click through for a virtual visit to the Star Wars land.
A galaxy far, far away just got a little closer. Disney’s “Star Wars”-themed lands coming in 2019 to Disneyland and Disney World have an official name — “Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.” The announcement came on Saturday during Disney’s D23 expo, and one day after the company released a first look at the attractions in the... Read more »
“Fate of the Furious” star Dwayne Johnson took over Disney’s Jungle Cruise in honor of his upcoming film based on the iconic ride.
Universal Studios’ “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter” continues to be an enormous draw on both coasts, and anticipation is high for the upcoming debut of Disney World Florida’s “Pandora — The World of Avatar” theme parks. Disney’s Star Wars parks aren’t set to debut until 2019, but work is already well underway on putting some of their biggest exhibits together. As you may know, these two new immersive lands will transport guests to a never-before-seen planet, a remote trading port and one of the last stops before wild space where “Star Wars” characters and their stories come to life and where guests will find themselves in the middle of the action.
Disney World Florida is getting a brand new attraction in 2017 – and it already looks amazing. Pandora, The World of Avatar, based on the James Cameron mega-hit Avatar, will open at the park next year and guests can expect to be transported to another world.
Disneyland is almost as much a shopping mall as it is a theme park, but rarely do you get the opportunity to actually buy the building blocks of The Happiest Place on Earth. Now, 60 years after the first Disney park opened to the public, hundreds of historical artifacts from both Disneyland and Disney World are up for auction at Van Eaton Galleries in Los Angeles. We’ve selected some of the coolest and rarest items for your perusing pleasure, including Star Tours swag, cool concept art, and old employee manuals. Maybe if you wish upon a star, you’ll find some extra cash to buy something