With reservations opening today for the dining package that offers viewing, Disney has dropped many more details on the Jungle Book: Alive with Magic nighttime spectacular:
Enter a wild world of wonder, one inspired by sights and sounds from The Jungle Book and timeless Indian celebrations!
Beginning May 28, 2016, gather your friends and family as evening falls over Disney's Animal Kingdom park, and make your way to Discovery River. There, by the water's edge, an Indian celebration of survival, courage and friendship is about to unfold.
The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic is the tale of a human boy, Mowgli, and all his animal friends and foes. But while you may be familiar with the tale, you've never experienced it quite like this!
Come along as impressions of the film's iconic characters take you on a journey following Mowgli's exciting, perilous and sometimes hilarious jungle encounters. Watch as barges teeming with jubilant singers, Indian musicians and colorful performers take to the waters and enhance the tale with music and song—while fellow players join in from nearby river banks. And thrill to the breathtaking sight of light displays and massive water screens projecting imagery from the blockbuster film!
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I managed to visit the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Disney's Hollywood Studios over the last week and I have some great newsworthy photos to share with you from my trip, so let's take a look at what's new and exciting around the Vacation Kingdom of the World:
Disney Springs is now on all of the I-4 road signage
The new exit ramp heading West hasn't opened yet though
Over at Epcot, there is a lot of work happening in front of the park
A ton of new big figs have arrived at the Art of Disney
New Princess lithographs
A ton of merchandise is left over from the recent GenEARation D pin event
The 2nd Star Wars countdown pin was released this week
New Pirates of the Caribbean MagicBand
New updated Jack Skellington MagicBand
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For a limited time, guests can enjoy a quick-service breakfast at Restaurantosaurus in DinoLand U.S.A. at Disney's Animal Kingdom.
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It seems as though the Epcot International Festival of the Arts will return in January 2018. No exact dates are available yet, but Disney has confirmed that the event is ...read more
Last night on WDW News Tonight… The Coronado and Caribbean are expanding! Our staff gives some thoughts The alternate entrance walkway closes at Hollywood Studios Tom talks about the Oscars ...read more
Mickey's Halloween Party at Disneyland Park kicked off on Friday night, bringing with it a new parade, updated fireworks, and more to the Disneyland Resort for the Halloween Time season. Our own Conner Purzycki was on the scene to bring you a look at some of the new offerings for this year.
Mickey's Halloween Party
New for 2016 is the Frightfully Fun Parade, replacing the rather lackluster cavalcade that has been presented at the party over the last several years.
While a nice addition, the Headless Horseman still moved painstakingly slow, just as it has been at Walt Disney World over the last several years since one of the horses fell while performing. At Disneyland, the Horseman did have 4 escorts, which definitely took away some of the coolness from the Florida version.
The parade is a clear improvement over the former offering, but hopefully will be expanded upon year to year with new floats. It is a solid start to what could be a really fantastic parade at the park.
Halloween Screams fireworks have returned for the 2016 parties, upgraded with new projection and lighting effects that really add to the show.
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When the first “Beauty And The Beast” trailer was released, we compared the original animated movie to the scenes shown in the live action trailer, and for the most ...read more