Filed under: In Case You Missed It
This week, there’s more great Star Wars goodies, including a look at merchandise from 1978, a tribute to Dean Jones, and more! Dig in to all the great content!
In Case You Missed It – Disney and Universal Orlando News and Rumors
Maybe this person has the right idea – what the TSA could learn from Disney.
Is this just the complaining of a non-planner or is MyMagic+ really the nightmare this writer thinks it is? What do you think? And what does it say when the average park goer (IE the one that Disney is attempting to target with MyMagic+, claiming that the innovation takes out all the stress of a Disney vacation) thinks that the system is too stressful? I’m curious about your take on this article, for sure!
If you remember that deadly crash that occurred at the Richard Petty Driving Experience earlier this year, then you will know that there was an investigation into what exactly happened. That report is now out and as it turns out, the direction the car was going did play a role in the crash.
The Motley Fool once again takes a look at the competition between Disney and Universal, now that Universal has announced its upcoming Fast and Furious attraction.
This week, the world lost another Disney great – Dean Jones. Which was your favorite film?
Here are some very interesting facts that you probably didn’t know about Cars. Or did you?
Do you want your own BB-8? If you didn’t get this droid already, make sure you get one now. Run, don’t walk, to the nearest store selling toys! (That is if it isn’t already sold out.)
While today may be Force Friday, get a glimpse at some of the cool toys that were released when the first movies hit theaters! Did you have any of these?
Oh wow! We caught a glimpse of the short that will air before The Good Dinosaur this week, called “Borrowed Time.” This looks like it will be another great and heart-wrenching short from Pixar.
Kevin Feige who is in charge of the Marvel Cinematic Universe now has a new boss to report to. See why this change may have occurred.
Dreamworks is leaving Disney, could it be headed to Universal instead?
Going to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal? If you are a big horror fan, you should consider taking part in the scareactor dining experience. It sounds like it will be a frightfully good time!
Disney does it and now Universal is doing it to. Universal is now offering an airport shuttle service. Granted, it’s a little different than Disney’s version, but it is nice that there is now the option.