Episode 293: There was quite a bit of news to discuss this week. Mickey Mouse had a birthday and so did our very own Jon…We discovered that he and Mickey are exactly 50 years apart in Age. We did get a few updates on attractions that are under construction. The biggest update was from the Guardians of the Galaxy coaster coming to Epcot. We got to see the train in action, as well as a peek inside the massive show building for the coaster. Josh D’Amaro confirmed that Ratatouille will be opening in 2021 and that the retheme of Splash Mountain to Princess and the Frog will be happening sooner than later. We mention 2 stories this week from teenagers doing dumb things at Walt Disney World and getting caught for it. We wrap up the news with stories that broke Dis Twitter this week. The new McDonalds toys, Testing of Fireworks at Magic Kingdom, and Figment got a new sweater! Jon gives us some details on his upcoming trip so be looking for his trip report after Thanksgiving. We hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday….Wear a mask!

3ACC24F1-1C1F-4ABE-858D-C3E1FB9BDF4DEpisode:279. Today, we reveal that one of us has tested positive for Corona-virus. We also discuss the latest Disney News. The movie release of Mulan is coming to Disney+ for an additional fee. The Disney 3rd quarter earnings call happened this week and there’s some good and bad things that came out of it. Annual Passholders are continuing to see some extra love and attention these days with extended discounts and of course a new magnet! (one per household). The average wait times for 3 of the 4 Walt Disney world parks has gone up week by week since re-opening but one park has seen wait times go down. Could you guess which one? Splash mountain had a boat sink as well this week and had to close for a couple of days. Isn’t that the attraction to have a boat sink this year?

Let’s talk Disney news!

Topics:

  • Maleficent dragon returns to the Festival of Fantasy parade at Magic Kingdom
  • Construction updates for Mission Space Restaurant and Guardians coaster
  • Annual Passholder suing Disney over scooter incident at Epcot
  • It is Rumored the Millennium Falcon attraction will have a single rider line
  • Disney movie line-up for 2019
  • Some maintenance issues at Disney World have been fixed after internet story
  • New details on the ride vehicles for the Disney Skyliner
  • Disney Princess breakfast adventures are coming to Napa Rose at the Grand Californian hotel
  • New rare character meet & greets at Town Square in the Magic Kingdom
  • Worker at Hoop-Dee-Doo diagnosed with Hepatitis A
  • New $12k  per day VIP tour available at Walt Disney World

Today’s News Topics!

  • Will the Disney Skyliner not have air conditioning?
  • 2 Disney Golf courses have added a Mickey shaped bunker
  • Several Longtime “citizen’s of Hollywood” are being let go at Hollywood Studios
  • The Star Wars stage show at Hollywood Studios will be closed for 5 weeks
  • Complimentary zip-lock bags for your electronics coming soon to splash mountain
  • Price change for Minnie Vans Confirmed
  • Is a Marry Poppins spinner ride coming to Epcot?
  • Move it, Shake it, Dance it, Play it street party is ending at Magic Kingdom
  • Hong Kong Disneyland re-opened after being closed for a Typhoon
  • Illuminations will be replaced at Epcot next summer

Video Link: Disneyland 1956

CBJ_TWTMToday we are talking all things Frontierland at the Magic Kingdom! We go through the history of the land and the attractions that have come and gone through the years. We reminisce over our favorite experiences in this land from when we were kids coming here in the 80’s up to now. We talk about the food and entertainment options as well. What is your favorite thing about Frontierland?