Category Archives: Disney

First Video of Epcot’s Astuter Computer Revue Surfaces in Over 35 Years

Are you a completist when it comes to extinct attractions? There are plenty of us out there and I’m fascinated with rides and shows that no longer exist. Even more so, those that seem to have vanished in video form over the years. After a while, you give up hope that any kind of recording

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Take A Rare Behind The Scenes Look At The Now Closed Disney Adventurers Club

Take a unique look behind-the-scenes of the Adventurers Club in Pleasure Island!

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Patrick Spikes, Accused of Stealing Haunted Mansion Animatronic Costumes, Pleads Not Guilty

We have been following the story of Patrick Spikes (otherwise known as Backdoor Disney) for quite some time. For those unfamiliar, I’ll give you a brief rundown. Spikes ran and started a Twitter account known as Backdoor Disney where he started posting backstage photos of Walt Disney World. This put him on the radar of

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RetroMagic Event to Rekindle Memories of Walt Disney World Glory Days

To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Retro Disney World Podcast, there is going to be an event held at Walt Disney World and it sounds pretty fantastic. RetroMagic will take place on Saturday, Oct. 12 and Sunday, Oct. 13 and will feature panels from dozens of Disney legends. Naturally, all of the topics of

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Is Universal Rolling Out Attractions With Terrible Intellectual Properties?

Theme Park University reader Adam writes in, “Hey! Love your website. All of your attraction information on Universal is really interesting. I personally think that a show based on the Bourne franchise and Nintendo attractions are terrible ideas. Bourne isn’t that popular and Nintendo is kind of dated. It just seems like a terrible decision.

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Does Disney’s Paper Straw Policy Violate The American Disabilities Act?

Disney Parks new paper straw policy has drawn a lot of attention from online fan groups. When the company announced they would be eliminating plastic straws from their parks in 2018, the reaction was mixed. Heated debates starting popping up on all sides of the argument and are still going on. One of the reasons

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Why Did Disney Ban Smoking From Their Parks? We Have A Theory

On March 28, 2019, Disney Parks and Resorts dropped a bit of a bombshell with new rules and regulations at all of their parks within the United States. Among them is a rule ensuring strollers are ” no larger than 31″ (79cm) wide and 52″ (132cm) long.” In addition, wagons of any kind (plus stroller

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BREAKING: Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Opening Date at Disneyland on May 31 and Disney World Aug. 29, 2019

Who’s ready to make a reservation to enter Galaxy’s Edge? Not to mention all of the attractions won’t be ready for the opening date! Let us explain. During the 2019 Walt Disney Company annual shareholder meeting, Bob Iger announced the much-anticipated opening date for the largest expansion within Disney Parks to date. Star Wars Galaxy’s

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“Walt’s Frozen Head” Going To Be Available for Online Streaming March 14

I get this question quite often. “When is that movie that was shot at Disney World about Walt’s frozen head going to be available for the public to watch?” Well, I am here to tell you, March 14 is going to be your lucky day. “The Further Adventures of Walt’s Frozen Head” was shot under

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Epcot To Modify Wonders of Life Pavillion To Look Like Something Out of 2001 Spielberg Film “Artifical Intelligence”

After being used for mostly seasonal events over the years, Wonders of Life is finally getting a major renovation to become a year-round attraction again. The yet-to-be-named attraction will be Disney’s first “play pavilion” featuring interactive attractions. From the press release: This new space will be devoted to playful fun and feature an innovative city

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