Category: Parks

Disney Axes Auction Scene from Pirates of the Caribbean Attraction

“We wants the redhead!” is a phrase that not only fans have associated with Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction for the past 6 decades but it’s also been a marketing slogan for Disney that graces t-shirts and a variety of other products throughout the parks.

Today Disney has announced that beginning in 2018, as part of a refurbishment to the attraction, the auction scene featuring ride-goers favorite redhead would be altered significantly.

The auctioneers will no longer be telling the pirates to “take a wench for a bride” but will be auctioning goods instead.

This is not the first time that Disney has made changes to the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. Prior to1997, a section of the dark ride had the pirates chasing the women around in the city only to find in the last scene, the larger woman was chasing the man.

The update made it so that rather than be sexually suggesting, though as a naive and innocent child I just found the scene to be funny, they added food to the hands of the pirates and brooms to the hands of the women.

Overall, fans seem to be pretty mixed on the news on these new updates as traditionalist feel it painted the pirates in a true light and is a product of the era it serves to represent. Other feel that this is a positive movement in the quest for women’s rights.

How do you feel about it?

Changes are expected to happen in 2018 at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World.

African Children’s Choir Brings Belle to Tears at Disneyland

In one of the most heart warming moments captured at a Disney Park, this one not only have fans around the world filled with emotion, but it even made a Disney Princess tear up.

This footage comes from the Fantasy Faire area at Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. When the African Children’s Choir sings and dances for Belle, the actress begins to tear up in what seems like a moment of pure joy.

This is the type of magic we love seeing at the Happiest place on Earth!

Disney and LEGO Announce Walt Disney World Cinderella’s Castle Set


After the extreme popularity of Disney and LEGO’s release of the minifigure set, the partnership has announced that they will be releasing a 4,000+ piece set modeled after Cinderella’s Castle at Walt Disney World on September 1, 2016!

Geared towards audiences ages 16+ the set is not only beautiful on the outside but is full of fun on the inside.

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Disney to Open Theme Park on The Moon in 2036

Disney Galaxies

Disneyland, Disney World, it was only a matter of time before Disney took things to the next level by announcing a Disney Park in Space.

Disney Galaxies will be a Star Wars themed park slated to open on The Moon sometime in 2036. The company noted that commercial space travel should be readily available within the next 15 years and it would homage Walt Disney’s love of space and futurism.

There are few details at this time as Disney will likely not start construction until 2025.

Disneyland’s Mad T Party to End on March 30th


Deja vu…

Disney Parks has announced that their resident band will be playing their final show on March 30th of this year.

Some may remember that The Mad T Party closed up shop on November 30th of last year in order to make room for a live Frozen event that never really seemed to take off.

There is no word yet as to what will be following the popular Alice In Wonderland themed band but hopefully it’s something just as engaging…I vote for the return of elecTRONica!

Kylo Ren Coming to Disney Parks

Kylo Ren Disneyland

Disney has announced that a character from Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be taking residence at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World.

The Parks have confirmed that Guests will be able to “face off against Kylo Ren” in the Star Wars Launch Bay who will be greeting attendees on the bridge of the First Order’s Star Destroyer.

The new meet and greet experience will begin starting next month at both parks!

MagicBands Being Tested at Disneyland


Today, Disneyland park goers may have noticed some testing going on at the entrance to Space Mountain in Tomorrowland.

According to sources, random guests possessing a FastPass were asked to place the barcode on their ticket against a panel similar to those used at the Walt Disney World MagicBand kiosks.

Now that MagicBands have been around long enough to prove not only the convenience value to the guests but the marketing value to Disney Parks, it was only a matter of time before the system made its way to the West Coast.

There is no confirmed timeframe as to when the MagicBand system may hit the Disneyland Resort but we will report back when the news hits!

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