It’s no secret that Disney is building Star Wars themed expansions to Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida. In fact, construction is currently underway.
Now the official Disney Parks blog has revealed some concept art of the upcoming Disneyland installation as it might appear when it opens in eighty-seven years. Or, y’know, three. Whenever. They haven’t set a date yet.
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This LEGO Walt Disney World Resort Cinderella Castle Set IS OFFICIAL.
Try and remain calm. Deep breaths.
The LEGO The Disney Castle is 4,080 pieces and measures approximately 29 x 17 x 12″. It’ll be available for sale directly through LEGO beginning September 1, 2016 for $349.99.
The castle comes with five minifigures: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and Tinker Bell. Each room in the castle has special features from famous Disney animated films like the Magic Mirror, Mickey’s Sorcerer hat and magic mop, Aurora’s snpinning wheel, Aladdin’s lamp and more.
The front of the castle is an incredibly detailed facade of the Castle Disneyland fans will instantly recognize and the back shows the details of all five floors with more awesome Disney details.
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Steve Dobbs may be a 68-year-old grandfather, but really he’s just a big kid at heart. Dobbs built what he calls “Dobbsland” for his grandkids in the backyard of his Fullerton, California home.
Being that he has a background in aerospace engineering, Dobbs was able to build all sorts of fun attractions on his own, including a mini-rollercoaster!
Take a closer look at his creation in the video below. [click to continue…]
Create your own little Disney fairy garden with these Tinkerbell silhouette solar garden lights! They’re also available in Winnie The Pooh and Lilo & Stitch versions.
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Disney announced the news that Wreck-It-Ralph is getting a sequel via Facebook Live with directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston along with Ralph himself, John C. Reilly.
The sequel to Wreck-It Ralph will arrive in theaters on March 9, 2018 and both Reilly and Sarah Silverman (Vanellope) are returning. There’s not a lot of detail on the plot, but it looks like Ralph and Vanellope are set to outdo Kim Kardashian and actually break the Internet.
You can check out an interview with Reilly, Johnson and Moore over at Oh My Disney to get a few more tidbits on the sequel.
Sometimes you see a toy and you think, “Huh. I’m not sure that needs to exist.” This is not one of those toys.
Call it Voltron, call it a Megazord, call it whatever you like – this Toy Story “Chogokin combiner” from Tamashii Nations takes several of the classic toys from Andy’s toy chest and turns them into robots which combine to form one 9″-tall mega-awesome cowboy-themed robot-y thing. What do the individual toys turn into? I’m very glad you asked – nothing. But their combined form looks incredibly cool.
The set drops in Japan this November, priced at $169.99. The set will eventually make its way to the US, though that’ll likely come with a higher price tag. Tamashii Nations have also hinted at a second model based on Buzz Lightyear possibly coming at some point in the future.
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After the success of The Jungle Book, Disney is preparing for another dive into live-action classics with Beauty and The Beast featuring Emma Watson as Belle.
The teaser below doesn’t show much in the way of footage, but you’ll definitely get a feel for the setting. [click to continue…]
The Shanghai Disney Resort will have its grand opening on June 16th, but it’s had a few soft openings recently, and visitors have had the chance to check out some of the park’s awesome rides (like the Tron Light Cycle Power Run we mentioned yesterday).
As you’ll see in the full ride video below, the “Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure” ride is a major upgrade from the classic Pirates attraction at California’s Disneyland. I mean, there’s a flippin’ Kraken for crying out loud!
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The Shanghai Disney Resort, which is set to open on June 16, will including the brand new Tron-themed attraction, “Tron Light Cycle Power Run”. During the ride, guests get a chance to hop on a light cycle (sort of) and speed through the Grid.
If you can’t afford a plane ticket to China this summer, you can still experience the ride thanks to this POV video from Inside the Magic.
Check it out below.
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I’m sure you’ve been wondering when the Internet would get around to portraying Disney Princesses as Wookiees, given the fact that they’ve been portrayed as literally everything else.
Well, the time has come.
LA-based artist Michael Nozinich worked with Obsev to bring you these unsettling images. Check out more below.
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