If you’re like us, you’ve been collecting all the Grogu merchandise you can get your hands on — the plushes, the spirit jerseys, the pins, and more! Well, you’ll soon be able to MEET Grogu — and Din — in Disneyland Resort!
Even though it will never quite be the same as FastPass, Genie+ is here to stay.
Disney introduced the new skip-the-line system last year that had many guests confused. On top of new rules and ride policies, it is no longer free to guests — it’ll cost you $15 in Disney World and $20 in Disneyland. Since Genie+ is a newer system, it is constantly changing to become the best it can be, and we’ve been keeping you updated on the latest changes (including a new banner that makes its most confusing rule EASIER). But now, a Disney executive has shared how the company uses Genie to control crowds in the parks.
The 2022 D23 Expo is gearing up to be THE Disney fan event of this year, with lots of fun activities, exclusive merchandise, and potentially HUGE announcements about Disney’s current and upcoming projects.
We’ve already learned about 6 major panels happening at this year’s Expo, including several presentations, an awards ceremony, and even a Disney Princess concert! Let’s take a look now at which of the events slated for the Expo could yield some of the BIGGEST Disney news. [Read more…]
One of the BIGGEST Disney events of the year is fast approaching — the 2022 D23 Expo! This event features exclusive panels and events, special merchandise collections, and huge announcements about some of Disney’s current and upcoming projects.
We already know quite a bit about this year’s event — we’ve seen a sneak peek at the merchandise, discovered that Walt Disney’s plane will be in attendance, and learned more about certain events, like the costume contest! But now, we’ve got more MAJOR news about the Expo. Take a look at the presentations that will be featured this year! [Read more…]
Tonight is a big night — we’re finally getting a first look at Disney Enchantment at Magic Kingdom! While we were sad to bid farewell to Happily Ever After, we’re looking forward to seeing what this new nighttime spectacular is all about!
Prior to the start of the show, there was a special dedication ceremony to kick things off!
Lots of changes have been made at the Walt Disney Company over the past year.
Early last year, Bob Iger stepped down as CEO and is set to step down from his role as chairman at the end of this year. The company also massively restructured some of its business areas to adjust its focus to streaming. Now, more changes are on the way.
Before the Disneyland Resort parks reopened, Disney announced that the Disneyland Annual Passholder program would be discontinued.
When the announcement was made, Disneyland President Ken Potrock said that new membership offerings were in development that would provide, “choice, flexibility, and value for our biggest fans.” Recent comments from Disney executives indicate that these new membership options could be close to making their debut.
Many things at Disney Parks are returning to pre-closure normals. We’ve seen the end of temperature checks at both Disney World and Disneyland, and we’ve seen both parks end mask requirements for fully-vaccinated guests.
There are some pretty awesome and fantastical items in Disney-owned films.
One such item that comes to mind is the lightsaber. An “elegant weapon for a more civilized age,” as Obi-Wan Kenobi would say. These energy swords are the chosen weapon of those who have a connection to the Force in Star Wars and boy, are they cool or what? We’ve been able to make (toy) lightsabers in the Disney parks since Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened and we can sometimes snag lightsabers online — but what about that REAL lightsaber that Disney made?