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For the past few years Disneyland has been running “Every Role A Starring Role”, a periodic video series where it looks at cast members and exactly what their jobs entail at the parks. I don’t know about you, but I’ve … Continue reading
With the recent expansion of Cars Land, the Disneyland resort is now bigger than ever and welcoming more guests than ever. Beginning November 12th, the holiday line up for the parks will include new holiday décor for Cars Land and … Continue reading
A giant float inspired by Cars Land, the new expansion at Disney California Adventure, will appear in the 124th Rose Parade on January 1, 2013. The parade’s theme is “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” – a perfect tie-in for Pixar’s … Continue reading
Disney Parks and Resorts is out with their next major promotion. The focus is on presenting something new, exciting, and magical each week to reinforce the idea that you must travel to a Disney park now while you can still … Continue reading