Not dead, just been very busy with real life and Disney has been pretty quiet recently. Leaks are being clamped down on, and no one wants to be out of a job.
Screamscape is not a reliable source for just about anything.
Right now we're dealing with a Parks & Resorts leadership team that is...
Oswald used to meet in TDS, he doesn't anymore. There is still merch.
In Toontown, Mickey is in his house. There's usually a long line to meet him. The others wander Toontown during the day in special outfits unique to TDL's Toontown.
Don't miss eating at Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall (TDL) and...
It ties into the immediately following bank scene. The children decide to go talk to Mr. Wilkins and John says something about how a different point of view might help. He then repeats Mary’s line, today or never that’s my motto, before they slink off.
I think it’s been a long time since most people have seen the first movie. It’s very episodic and scenes like Ed’s stop the story cold and could easily be excised. But why would you do that? Meryl’s scene is exactly the same. Sure you could cut it for time, but why would you? It’s delightful...
Hours and refurbs are posted with short notice at SDL, unlike TDR. I wouldn’t expect much to be closed during the summer though.
Go for Toy Story Hotel, it’s well worth it to be on property and have early entry.
Two days in the park is sufficient. Be wise with your time - Soaring, Rapids, and...
You’re saying that the classiest broad on earth, Dame Julie Andrews, who is also fabulously wealthy, didn’t do a cameo because of money?
Honestly it would have been very distracting to have Andrews in the movie, and it would have severely dampened it and Blunt’s impact.
Julie Andrews declined a cameo before the story/script was even written. She said she didn't want to pull focus from Emily Blunt or take her spotlight - a gracious and classy reason. The "other" legend is friends with the director and perfect for her role based on her description in the books.
Trust, if WOC could be open right now, it would be. DCA desperately needs it. There's no intentional delaying going on here, just years of maintenance negligence that are now costing millions of dollars to fix after the fact.