It’s been a while since we shared a Star Wars Land construction update, and this time, we have one for both Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We’ll start with California first, where I just shot the photos in this post earlier today (March 1, 2017). Based on my observations, construction for Star Wars Land is further
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This Rogue One: A Story Wars Story review is spoiler-free and deliberately vague on details, but if that’s not enough and you want only the quick take so you can see it with totally fresh eyes: two thumbs up. Suffice to say, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is a very good movie. It’s also one that feels
Star Wars Awakens is a Star Wars special event at Disneyland and Walt Disney World to hype up Star Wars, including Rogue One and The Force Awakens as a stop-gap until Star Wars Land is completed. This post features tips, my thoughts on the new offerings based on my experiences of the event at Disneyland. Note that this covers
Construction for Star Wars Land is underway at Disneyland. As of Summer 2016, construction is not yet vertical, but it looks like the plot of land is almost totally cleared with some progress also occurring beyond clearing of land. The view of the construction from Mickey & Friends is almost an attraction unto itself, with crowds
Construction for Star Wars Land is well underway at Disneyland, with the plot now almost totally cleared as of April 2016. We were in the park last Friday and as we were leaving the Mickey & Friends parking structure, I stopped in my tracks upon noticing the construction. I hadn’t intended upon doing another construction
I just saw Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. This in no way noteworthy, as the movie made $57 million last night alone. My review of the movie is in no way noteworthy, either, so this post is not that. Rather, it’s basically my stream of consciousness ramblings after seeing the movie this morning.
Stars Wars Land was just announced for Walt Disney World and Disneyland at the D23 Expo! At the end of an otherwise dull Star Wars segment of the Live Action film panel, Disney CEO Bob Iger came on stage to announce the lands for Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World, and Disneyland (park) in
Current rumors state that Disney’s Board of Directors has improved a CapEx infusion to Walt Disney World of between $3 and $4 billion with projects at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and, of course, Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We covered the substance of these rumors in Part 1 of our $3.5 Billion Walt Disney World Expansion post, and
We’ve all heard the timeless fable in which the Loch Ness Monster relentlessly begs the couple for ’bout tree fiddy. As with all good fables, this one can be applied to real life, with the monster in our story here being the behemoth theme park resort known as Walt Disney World, the couple being The Walt Disney Company’s Board
We got close to a full night of sleep that night (if you missed our previous installment at Epcot, click here to start from the beginning), but I was still up fairly early the next morning. Unfortunately, Sarah had some work-related stuff to deal with, so we couldn’t get an early start on the morning.