Inside the walk-in fridge located within the kitchen of the Crown , right?
I heard from a WDW Bus driver’s uncle’s nephew that there is a After Hours hard ticketed Event happening immediately after the last Cruise that includes a photo op and a snow cone.
That is good to hear.
Personally, I would rather it be the hard core Cruise fans that are there for the final day instead of the (sometimes) insufferable ‘local vloggers’.
And yes, I am sure there will be several videos available after the happenings that cover the final Show.
Packs of cards with given put as freebies to attendees of the recent Destination D event at WDW a couple of weeks ago.
They were included in the large goodie bag ( more like backpack! ) that each attendee was given.
Well, with 60 billion I think Disney can finally invest in refreshing the Imagination Pavilion over at Epcot.
There is a certain ride through Attraction that needs to be returned to its previous imaginative state, but enhanced to make it an even better experience.
No excuses now.
We did eventually get a pin set of some of Eric’s fabulous Epcot poster designs.
And do I remember right, there was also some small square magnets released as well?
I say bring on the Eric Tan art Epcot tshirts.
Or how about one of those patterned shirts, but with the Epcot posters?
Yeah, I see three ways of looking at it….
Tapping into the two Disney specific Park IPs that sell the most merch and have the two most dedicated fan bases.
A dream combo from a sales standpoint…ch-ching!
It’s official - Dreamfinder is dead.
He must be if he has taken up...
Back in the early 1990s snow globes became a big trend with Disney merchandise.
The Disney Catalog ( remember those? ) used to feature them as limited edition pieces often at the time.
I remember I used to visit the local Disney Store and they had a large central display of them and they were...
Certain parties thought this back when the ‘Figment’ comic series was released a few years ago, also featuring Jason.
Nothing came of it.
It DID however make some folks in the Corporate office stand up and take notice of the attention it was getting.
It did have a small effect, and did clue...
Nothing at all about these graphics used for this line gives me the sense of ‘Epcot’ at all.
And what is it with the over obsession with ‘spirit jerseys’….?
Each their own, but I just don’t see the appeal.
They must be selling well or Disney would not keep making them.
I WANT to like this film, not trying to be a ‘troll’.
It’s just that thus far, I have not really seen enough to get me overly excited….and that is coming from a big trad animation fan.
Need to see more of what this film entails.
Hoping it is a success for Disney.
Not really seeing what the ‘big deal’ is for this film.
I was at the Destination D event last weekend, and I still came away…meh.
I’m a big traditional animation fan, and this is leaving me cold thus far.
Perhaps that will change when we get to actually see a little more of what this is...
I do find it interesting how General Motors has remained dedicated to its Pavilion at Epcot longer than any of the others in the Parks history.
It I am remembering correctly, GM was one of if not the first to officially sign on as a Pavilion sponsor back at the very beginning of EPCOT Center’s...