Epcot’s Future World is about to add a new mission to its Space Pavilion – to dine in outer space. The space-themed restaurant construction is reaching the stage where Disney knows they’ll be able to target a launch date in 2019. The table-service location will… Read More »Epcot’s Space-themed restaurant names executive chef
The Space restaurant that is under construction at Epcot is sandwiched between the Test Track and Space pavilions, which means one of the best ways to get a view of the construction is to go for a ride on Test Track yourself. That’s exactly what… Read More »Space Restaurant at EPCOT may now have a name as construction continues
While Ellen’s Energy Adventure will close forever on August 13th, just a few steps away Mission: Space will start a new adventure with the first new training video since the attraction launched in 2003. Both sides of the attraction have had some TLC applied. The… Read More »Mission: Space at EPCOT relaunches August 13th
The Mission: Space pavilion at EPCOT contains a variety of NASA-stye training to prepare you for a rocket trip to the planet Mars. The main attraction is a motion-simulator experience where you can pick your level of intensity. Orange is the more intense experience that… Read More »Mission: Space at EPCOT to open new adventures for guests this August
It’s a unique partnership between Marvel, one of the most iconic brands in comics and entertainment, and the International Space Station (ISS) – a mission patch that features Rocket and Groot from the popular Guardians of the Galaxy comics. As Rocket and Groot represent the… Read More »NASA Mission Patch features Marvel’s Rocket and Groot
For their first every joint production, IMAX and The Walt Disney Studios have announced an agreement to produce and distribute the latest IMAX 3D cinematic space spectacle from acclaimed filmmaker Toni Myers, who has been crafting mind-blowing movie experiences for IMAX audiences for more than… Read More »Disney joins IMAX to produce 3D Space Film
Walt Disney’s fascination with outer space has been evident since the 1955 Disneyland episode “Man In Space” and the X1 attraction at Disneyland. So it’s nice to see Disney keep up the tradition with a special space themed Mickey Mouse Clubhouse special.
Yesterday, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse welcomed NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson, Doug Hurley, Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim to The Disney Studios in Burbank, CA where they greeted kids from the East Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club and gave a special presentation on their final space shuttle mission before the kids enjoyed a preview screening of Disney Junior’s new “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Space Adventure” special premiering on Disney Channel Monday, September 12.
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The El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood is the pinnacle of the Disney movie watching experience. It is old Hollywood meets new, with restorations to both the exterior and interior, and equipped with Dolby SR-D digital sound, film and digital projectors, and 3-D capability. It is… Read More »Disney’s El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood