CONFIRMED! The Ratatouille attraction is coming to the France Pavilion in Epcot

One I’ve been hoping for and saying for a couple years, it’s finally happening!  Confirmed today at D23, the Ratatouille attraction, located at Disneyland Paris, is coming to the France Pavilion.  America is finally getting an incredible trackless ride!!rat2340987FI

The new attraction will be an addition to the France Pavilion in the World Showcase and will be expanding the area.  Continue reading “CONFIRMED! The Ratatouille attraction is coming to the France Pavilion in Epcot”

CONFIRMED! Guardians of the Galaxy attraction coming to Epcot, replacing Universe of Energy

This attraction has been rumored as far back as last summer before Comic Con and had many people doubt it’s existence for multiple reasons, mainly that Disney wouldn’t dare put Guardians inside Epcot or that they couldn’t!  Well, lo and behold, the rumors were all true! Feast your eyes!

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Replacing Ellen’s Universe of Energy in Future World will be a brand new E-Ticket attraction based on the hit Marvel film, Guardians of the Galaxy! The goal of the Continue reading “CONFIRMED! Guardians of the Galaxy attraction coming to Epcot, replacing Universe of Energy”

CONFIRMED! Tron Lightcycle coaster coming to Magic Kingdom

Another attraction rumored (and hoped for) for months is the Tron Lightcycle coaster.  It was finally confirmed today at D23 it is coming to the Magic Kingdom and will be open in time for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary!

Against all rumors of The Tomorrowland Speedway closing down to make way for the new attraction, it will actually sit in an entirely new area directly to the left of Space Continue reading “CONFIRMED! Tron Lightcycle coaster coming to Magic Kingdom”

Disney is bringing 6 new booths to Food & Wine Festival, Releases full menu for all 35

It’s that time of year again to start planning and to definitely begin saving up for Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival! This year, the event is bigger than ever with the event running a record 75 days.  It begins August 31st and goes all the way to November 13th.  But that’s not all that is record breaking.  To celebrate 35 years of Epcot, the event will be offering 35 booths, bringing in six brand new ones to sample.  Not to mention the Eat to the Beat line up they have planned for the full event.

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But until August, it seems like we’ll just have to wait and drool over the menus.  Lucky for us, there is plenty to read about.  Yesterday, Disney released the full menu offerings for Continue reading “Disney is bringing 6 new booths to Food & Wine Festival, Releases full menu for all 35”

CONFIRMED! Disney is officially building a gondola system connecting Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and resorts

It’s been rumored for a couple months and after much speculation, we can finally confirm Disney will be building a gondola system which will connect Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and the resorts between.  Thanks to documents and permits publicly released by Reedy Creek Improvement District today, we can clearly see there will be six stations and three routes.  They will connect Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Epcot, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, and the lake located between Disney’s Pop Century Resort and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort.  Continue reading “CONFIRMED! Disney is officially building a gondola system connecting Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and resorts”

New survey points to a possible Star Wars luxury “Starship” resort built for WDW

The following should be noted as only rumors and possibilities due to nothing being officially announced.  However, thanks to a survey being done by third party company called Swagbucks.com, it looks like Disney has an interest in building a new resort themed to Star Wars!  But it wouldn’t just be your run of the mill Disney resort.  It would be an all-inclusive luxury “Starship” resort which would reportedly be attached to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

According to WDWNT, this new resort would actually be a two night immersive experience and be all inclusive, costing about $900-$1000 per guest.  It sounds a bit steep when you compare to to a standard hotel room, however, it would be so much more. Continue reading “New survey points to a possible Star Wars luxury “Starship” resort built for WDW”