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Tag Archives: tomorrowland
I really can’t believe it, but it has already been 10 years since the Magic Kingdom installed the little blue alien creature Stitch in Tomorrowland and the former home of Mission to Mars and Alien Encounter. Foxfurr at Passport to … Continue reading
Updated: 11/12 to add new film “Strange Magic” Get out your favorite box of candy and put on those 3D glasses, it’s time to preview the 2015 lineup of movies from Walt Disney Studios (and related companies). The list of … Continue reading
The Astro Orbitor at the Magic Kingdom recently came out of an extensive refurbishment. They took everything off the top of the platform and did maintenance for two months. It’s all back together now and looking better than ever. As … Continue reading
“Imagine a place where nothing is impossible.” What a great tagline for the new movie “Tomorrowland.” Loosely inspired by Walt Disney’s constant search for a future world where anything is possible, the new movie from Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof … Continue reading