Thor: Treasures of Asgard opens at Disneyland this Friday, but we now have video of the full experience. The attraction is basically a meet and greet culminating in an encounter with Thor himself. The queue features actual props from the two Thor movies, and trust me when I say that you will have plenty of time to look at these items. Thor: Treasures of Asgard has to be the slowest moving queue in all of Disneyland Resort. During the preview I attended there were fewer than 100 people ahead of me in line, but it still managed to take about an hour and a half.
On this episode, Jim Hill and Len Testa answer a viewer question about Disney and social media. Does Disney listen to its fans? If so, to what extent? Also, another viewer asks if a large scale DCA-style expansion is possible in Walt Disney World.
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On this episode, Jim Hill and Len Testa answer a viewer question about Lord of the Rings and Universal. Is Universal still trying to obtain the theme park rights? Where would a Lord of the Rings land be built? Find out in this week’s episode.
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Judging by the long lunch lines and the nearly impossible to obtain dinner reservations, it appears that Be Our Guest Restaurant has taken the throne as the most desirable dining establishment in Walt Disney World. While I personally don’t think the food is that great, it’s undeniable that the place is beautiful. In this video we take you on a tour of all three interior rooms of the restaurant.
On this episode, Jim Hill and Len Testa answer a viewer question about SpectroMagic at Magic Kingdom. Is it gone forever? Also, what is the current status of Guillermo del Toro’s Haunted Mansion film? Find out in this week’s episode.