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4 hours ago, AAABatteries said:

At our first trip to Universal - hit both parks once so far.  Some initial thoughts.

- Really like the layout/flow of the garages, security and Port of Entry.  I thought it would be madness but it’s been fine.  It’s a mass of humanity but other than a lady falling on the moving sidewalk it’s worked well 

- Parking has been easy to get in and out of - the parking attendants don’t do as good a job as Disney but it’s been adequate

- Port of entry is cool and I like all the food options but I HATE all the chain places

- But I LOVE having Citywalk and both parks right there together.  One of my biggest issues with park hopping is the amount of time it takes.  And then if you want to go to Disney Springs you might as well leave a couple hours open.  This just seems cozy and I love the vibe at Citywalk.

- Voodoo donuts - YES!!

- Got beer at Citywalk and I’m strolling along with the family to go in to IOA - sorry sir, you can’t take that in?  I’m like :confused: - I can buy a beer in there.  Still don’t understand and it was great chugging a beer with my wife, kids and parents standing there.  

- Food prices are pretty reasonable.  Annual passes were too so I got those for the 6 of us.  The free parking alone will pay for 2 of them.  And the food and souvenir discounts - it was a no brainer.

More on the two parks later 

Frozen butterbeer is a must.

Rip Ride Rockit is awesome, as is the Hulk ride.

When we went we stayed onsite at Portifino Bay, which comes with free Unlimited Express Passes.  I don’t know if I can ever do Universal without them now. 

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Fast pass is a must buy at universal. If u don't, most rides have a "single rider" line that speeds up the process. My wife and I did that and were able to ride the Harry Potter rides 5 or 6 times when they had 90 minute waits 

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We actually tried all 3 butterbeers. I enjoyed the warm one the best. But they were all good. Enjoy

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1 hour ago, Rick James said:

Fast pass is a must buy at universal. If u don't, most rides have a "single rider" line that speeds up the process. My wife and I did that and were able to ride the Harry Potter rides 5 or 6 times when they had 90 minute waits 

It can almost double the cost, so we avoided. Just need to get there early or stay late for HP rides, but we still did 1 park each day fine without it. Great on site perk though.

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I had no idea these existed, but apparently Virgin trains (from Virgin Atlantic....get your minds out of the gutter) will be creating a line that goes straight from Orlando airport and stops in Disney. Apparently, they have added lines all across FL recently and now have their sights set on WDW. The line will also connect Orlando with Miami. 

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According to a breaking piece from the Orlando Sentinel, a station at Walt Disney World, as well as a link with SunRail’s Meadow Wood station are set to open at about the same time as Virgin Train USA’s Orlando airport station. “It’s our expectation to get it done and to build out to Disney,” Virgin Trains president Patrick Goddard said about the lines. Construction is expected to take between 30 to 36 months. And so you know they’re serious, Goddard also mentioned that Virgin Trains signed a letter of intent with Disney last year.

“We’ve had an excellent relationship with Walt Disney World. They are big supporters of our project.”

Sir Richard Branson, founder of the venture-capital Virgin Group said about the Orlando line:

 “Orlando is very important to us. Connecting Orlando to Miami is a real dream. It will transform the lives of many people.”

 

The Cocoa-Orlando line is proposed to operate at high speeds of up to 125 mph. From Miami to West Palm Beach, trains will operate at speeds of up to 79 mph. From West Palm to Cocoa, it’s a max of 110 mph. That means a trip from Miami to Orlando could be made in under 3 hours!

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Here is some enhanced info on the nighttime shows coming to WDW 

 

Studios

‘Wonderful World of Animation’

The new “Wonderful World of Animation” laser light and projection show debuts May 1 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios as part of the theme park’s 30th anniversary celebration.

The nighttime projection show uses state-of-the-art lighting technology to paint moving images on the park’s version of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. The show will also include lasers, special effects and fireworks accents. The story takes viewers on a panoramic visual journey through more than 90 years of Disney animation. The 12-minute show will have nods to EVERY Disney and Pixar animated film. Also, it is expected to be added to the Studios evening lineup with Disney Movie Magic and Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular, and depending on the park hours, all 3 will run on the same night. 

 

Animal Kingdom

Tree of Life ‘Awakenings: Lion King’

The new Tree of Life “Awakenings” projection show paying tribute to the 25th anniversary of “The Lion King” debuts in late May at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

The new “Awakenings: Lion King” show on the Tree of Life will feature animated animals, thematic imagery and an original musical score inspired by the Academy Award-winning 1994 animated film.

The four-minute “Awakenings: Lion King” projection show will run nightly from Memorial Day Weekend through Sept. 30. The “Awakenings: Lion King” show will play multiple times after dark along with the other four Awakenings shows until the park closes for the night.

 

Epcot

Two new nighttime entertainment spectaculars are headed to the World Showcase Lagoon once Epcot retires its original “Illuminations” show after a 20-year run.

The new “Epcot Forever” nighttime entertainment spectacular begins a limited-time run immediately after the original “Illuminations” takes a farewell bow in the fall. “Epcot Forever” celebrates the 37-year history of the park with fireworks, lasers and lighting effects set to a soundtrack of familiar Epcot songs. “We’re going to look back a little bit. We’re going to celebrate in the moment and we’re going to advance to the future of Epcot,” Coble said of the new “Epcot Forever” nighttime spectacular.

The show will include special effects-enabled kites capable of airborne choreography :eek:– a first for an Epcot nighttime entertainment show. The illuminated kites will be controlled by two-man teams aboard Jet Ski-like personal watercraft. The show will employ eight of the Jet Skis, with a driver and kite performer aboard each personal watercraft. The movement of the Jet Skis will also create the wind required to keep the kites aloft.

Music for the new show will feature songs from former and current Epcot attractions. “Epcot Forever” is expected to include the song “One Little Spark” from the Journey into Imagination attraction. It will also include “Magic Journeys” from the 3D film of the same name. 

Illuminations 2020

A new Illuminations show set to debut in 2020 will celebrate how Disney music inspires people around the globe. The fireworks and laser show will feature massive floating set pieces, LED panels and choreographed fountain displays.:eek:

Shawn Slater (Disney Parks Live Entertainment) said of the 2020 show. “Just immense floating set pieces, fireworks, LED panels that are huge, other special effects and lasers. The big, floating set pieces will also have fountains on board that do different choreographed things. It’s amazing.”

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11 hours ago, glvsav37 said:

had no idea these existed, but apparently Virgin trains (from Virgin Atlantic....get your minds out of the gutter) will be creating a line that goes straight from Orlando airport and stops in Disney. Apparently, they have added lines all across FL recently and now have their sights set on WDW. The line will also connect Orlando with Miami. 

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According to a breaking piece from the Orlando Sentinel, a station at Walt Disney World, as well as a link with SunRail’s Meadow Wood station are set to open at about the same time as Virgin Train USA’s Orlando airport station. “It’s our expectation to get it done and to build out to Disney,” Virgin Trains president Patrick Goddard said about the lines. Construction is expected to take between 30 to 36 months. And so you know they’re serious, Goddard also mentioned that Virgin Trains signed a letter of intent with Disney last year.

“We’ve had an excellent relationship with Walt Disney World. They are big supporters of our project.”

Sir Richard Branson, founder of the venture-capital Virgin Group said about the Orlando line:

 “Orlando is very important to us. Connecting Orlando to Miami is a real dream. It will transform the lives of many people.”

 

The Cocoa-Orlando line is proposed to operate at high speeds of up to 125 mph. From Miami to West Palm Beach, trains will operate at speeds of up to 79 mph. From West Palm to Cocoa, it’s a max of 110 mph. That means a trip from Miami to Orlando could be made in under 3 hours!

Yup....it's not a done deal yet though.  They've been talking about this for what seems like years...especially the Miami route.  The hold up is in proposal of using existing lines that run directly through towns like Stuart at those high speeds.  Lots of people are pushing back on that, so it's been a battle.

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Back to universal, the worst kept secret there right now is the ongoing ground clearing for a 3rd theme park. Located on a 500-acre plot a few miles south of the current Universal resort, permits and drainage permits have been filed for a new park and parking area. By contrast, this area is larger than either of the current Universal parks. The projected name is Universal's Fantastic Worlds and will have themed lands for Universal Classic Monsters (think Wolfman, Frankenstein, Dracula), Dreamworks animation area (How to train your dragon, Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda) and a Super Nintendo themed world. 

It appears that there will not be a large lagoon created in the center of the park (unlike both UO and Islands of Adventure) which gives even more real estate to the park. Although there may be a smaller body of water in the rear of the park. 

Given the plot is not adjacent to the current resort, there are plans to expand the local highways to accommodate a dedicated bus lane that will be for the exclusive use of Univeral transportation. Giving the buses a direct path to the park without dealing with local traffic. 

It also seems there has been space set aside for at least 1 hotel structure. 

Don't get all worked up yet, Rumors claim that this won't open until 2023 to 2025 based on the other UO parks construction timelines.

So far there is no official announcement or mention of this park from Universal—except for some permits and the huge dirt plot currently being graded on the same land that UO purchased a few years ago. 

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By way of comparison, the current Orlando theme park sizes are: 

Disney's Animal Kingdom - 403 acres (most of which is the safari ride and animal housing)
Epcot - 300 acres.
Disney's Hollywood Studios - 135 acres.
Magic Kingdom - 105 acres.

Islands of Adventure - 110 acres
Universal Studios Florida - 125 acres

Edit 2: these sizes do not include parking lots, whereas the plot being cleared for the new park does include parking, office & support space, and road additions. 

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8 hours ago, glvsav37 said:

Back to universal, the worst kept secret there right now is the ongoing ground clearing for a 3rd theme park. Located on a 500-acre plot a few miles south of the current Universal resort, permits and drainage permits have been filed for a new park and parking area. By contrast, this area is larger than either of the current Universal parks. The projected name is Universal's Fantastic Worlds and will have themed lands for Universal Classic Monsters (think Wolfman, Frankenstein, Dracula), Dreamworks animation area (How to train your dragon, Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda) and a Super Nintendo themed world. 

It appears that there will not be a large lagoon created in the center of the park (unlike both UO and Islands of Adventure) which gives even more real estate to the park. Although there may be a smaller body of water in the rear of the park. 

Given the plot is not adjacent to the current resort, there are plans to expand the local highways to accommodate a dedicated bus lane that will be for the exclusive use of Univeral transportation. Giving the buses a direct path to the park without dealing with local traffic. 

It also seems there has been space set aside for at least 1 hotel structure. 

Don't get all worked up yet, Rumors claim that this won't open until 2023 to 2025 based on the other UO parks construction timelines.

So far there is no official announcement or mention of this park from Universal—except for some permits and the huge dirt plot currently being graded on the same land that UO purchased a few years ago. 

Edit to add: 

By way of comparison, the current Orlando theme park sizes are: 

Disney's Animal Kingdom - 403 acres (most of which is the safari ride and animal housing)
Epcot - 300 acres.
Disney's Hollywood Studios - 135 acres.
Magic Kingdom - 105 acres.

Islands of Adventure - 110 acres
Universal Studios Florida - 125 acres

Edit 2: these sizes do not include parking lots, whereas the plot being cleared for the new park does include parking, office & support space, and road additions. 

Shoot, I’m a local and only knew about the planned hotel...I’m assuming this is area where Wet-n-Wild used to be?

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39 minutes ago, The Commish said:

I’m trying to get confirmation as to if this included grocery delivery from local places like garden grocer.  The article still only states “stuff going to to front desk”.  From what I know GG delivers to bell services.  There is nothing on GGs site mentioning a fee or anything.  

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9 minutes ago, glvsav37 said:

I’m trying to get confirmation as to if this included grocery delivery from local places like garden grocer.  The article still only states “stuff going to to front desk”.  From what I know GG delivers to bell services.  There is nothing on GGs site mentioning a fee or anything.  

I'd be shocked if they didn't charge for going through bell services too...it IS Disney  ;) 

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1 hour ago, glvsav37 said:

I’m trying to get confirmation as to if this included grocery delivery from local places like garden grocer.  The article still only states “stuff going to to front desk”.  From what I know GG delivers to bell services.  There is nothing on GGs site mentioning a fee or anything.  

 

1 hour ago, The Commish said:

I'd be shocked if they didn't charge for going through bell services too...it IS Disney  ;) 

Yeah, and $6 is still a great deal IMO

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Spitting camel, wait.........

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When do the deals for Dec usually drop and what are they? I've never been in the parks in the winter so I'm not sure. I know Galaxy Edge opens before that, so it's probably nothing great, but anything helps.

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Dates for Very Merry Christmas Party have been released

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November: 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22 and 24

December: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20 and 22

Tickets range from $99 for advance tickets to $124, and you can save $10 per ticket compared to day-of purchase price when you buy at least a day in advance. Available for all event dates except December 20 and 22, 2019, when full day-of purchase price ($139) will apply.

 

 

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On 4/5/2019 at 10:14 PM, glvsav37 said:

Disney's Animal Kingdom - 403 acres (most of which is the safari ride and animal housing)
Epcot - 300 acres.
Disney's Hollywood Studios - 135 acres.
Magic Kingdom - 105 acres.

Islands of Adventure - 110 acres
Universal Studios Florida - 125 acres

Edit 2: these sizes do not include parking lots, whereas the plot being cleared for the new park does include parking, office & support space, and road additions. 

How the heck is HS bigger than MK?  Is this taking into account the SW:GE area as well?  I just can't fathom that tiny little HS is bigger...

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2 minutes ago, wlwiles said:

How the heck is HS bigger than MK?  Is this taking into account the SW:GE area as well?  I just can't fathom that tiny little HS is bigger...

It’s more spread out imo

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16 minutes ago, wlwiles said:

How the heck is HS bigger than MK?  Is this taking into account the SW:GE area as well?  I just can't fathom that tiny little HS is bigger...

 

14 minutes ago, Osaurus said:

It’s more spread out imo

Walking the grounds, I hear you. But I did a google maps overhead of both—same magnification—and brought them into photoshop to isolate the park areas . Seems like a lot of studios acreage is in the fact that it's not a (somewhat) round park like MK is. If you look at where the Fantasmic theater justs out from the main park, that's a lot of space there. Plus don't forget that the studios HAD a full car stunt show that took up some space, plus a full 3-hour backstage tour of movie and TV sets including the whole Catastrophy Canyon set.  All that has not been used in some time making the park seem smaller, but will all be used for the new SW Galaxy's Edge land. 

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It's official. The final showing of Epcot's Illuminations will be on Sept 30th with the new interim show debuting the next day on Oct 1st. 

Annnnd.....I'll be there for both shows. :towelwave:

Just booked 2 nights at the All-Star Movies tacked on to the end of a business conference that I'll be at on the 28th and 29th. 

 

Edit to add this: WDW Radio just announced a private, special ticket dessert party for both the final night and the 1st night of the new show. I do design work for Lou (host) and his sponsor (Mouse Fan travel) and the owner of MFT just emailed me and bartered a ticket for both events in exchange for the graphic design work for the party. 

:headbang::pickle::clap:

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Disney + details came out today. Drops in November. 70 bucks for the year or 6.99 a month

Already have shows for Wanda/Vision, Hawkman and Winter soldier, Loki and Mandolorian Star Wars

They are also packaging Hulu and ESPN + with it for a little more. 

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2 hours ago, AcerFC said:

Disney + details came out today. Drops in November. 70 bucks for the year or 6.99 a month

Already have shows for Wanda/Vision, Hawkman and Winter soldier, Loki and Mandolorian Star Wars

They are also packaging Hulu and ESPN + with it for a little more. 

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“Magic of the Animal Kingdom” is the other series planned for Disney+, set at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Epcot’s SeaBase Aquarium. Viewers will get to see backstage and see how these conservationist Cast Members work to protect endangered species.

😍

 

the hulu live integration is really interesting from a price perspective. 

Consider me a subscriber day 1, if anything at least the basic package. 

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11 hours ago, AcerFC said:

Disney + details came out today. Drops in November. 70 bucks for the year or 6.99 a month

Already have shows for Wanda/Vision, Hawkman and Winter soldier, Loki and Mandolorian Star Wars

They are also packaging Hulu and ESPN + with it for a little more. 

I’ve used Hulu for about 2 years now and love it.  Disney+ at $70 a year is a no brainer.  

Honestly I thought the price would be in line with Netflix, if not a buck or two higher.

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“There were no fork in Medieval times, hence there are no forks at Medieval Times....can I refill your Pepsi?” 

 

While I don’t think they would have Coke at the real Baatu, far be it for Disney to miss an opportunity to sell you something there will indeed be soft drinks for sale at Glaxay’s Edge.  At least they are having coke repackage the bottles to be themed with the land.  Pretty cool.

 

https://ziggyknowsdisney.com/coca-cola-galaxys-edge/ 

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Interesting news regarding the Gondolas and security

Seems that guests will be security screened at each gondola station before they get on, similar to what is happening at the monorail resorts now. At the station they get off on, there will be a separate entrance lane into the parks where the guest will not need to be rescreened.

This is a great thing, esp at stops like the International Gateway at Epcot, where many people feel that adding these additional guests to the entry process there would really clog things up 

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25 minutes ago, In The Zone said:

A look at what they will be selling at the Droid Depot store at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.

 

 

The bookbag with the droid in it is a nice touch. I imagine both my kids will want one of those for their droids

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Had a moment of inspiration in the shower today (no not that kind) thinking about the number of things going on at both universal and WDW right now and how they are literally fighting over each other. I've always wanted to do something more public about Disney—blog, podcast, IDK—but it's a very, very crowded space. But hey, that never stopped me from trying—or at least hoarding domains

sooo I went out and secured themeparkfight.com and all the socials. I'm thinking i can make it a place to discuss both WDW and UO as well as the back and forth struggle for visitors between the 2. Let's see whare it goes. 

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19 minutes ago, glvsav37 said:

Had a moment of inspiration in the shower today (no not that kind) thinking about the number of things going on at both universal and WDW right now and how they are literally fighting over each other. I've always wanted to do something more public about Disney—blog, podcast, IDK—but it's a very, very crowded space. But hey, that never stopped me from trying—or at least hoarding domains

sooo I went out and secured themeparkfight.com and all the socials. I'm thinking i can make it a place to discuss both WDW and UO as well as the back and forth struggle for visitors between the 2. Let's see whare it goes. 

:popcorn:

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1 minute ago, AcerFC said:

:popcorn:

I may need a podcast co-host. lol 

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44 minutes ago, glvsav37 said:

I may need a podcast co-host. lol 

Ill lend a hand. I dont know anything about Universal Florida though. And all i know about Hollywood is from when i went in January. 

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2 minutes ago, Redwes25 said:

 Seems like most of that video was trying to explain how they don't need AC for them.  Lets see how that works out in August.  

It’s incredible to me. If I rolled my windows down in August it would only be to jump out of them because my AC is out. What are they thinking?

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17 hours ago, glvsav37 said:

Had a moment of inspiration in the shower today (no not that kind) thinking about the number of things going on at both universal and WDW right now and how they are literally fighting over each other. I've always wanted to do something more public about Disney—blog, podcast, IDK—but it's a very, very crowded space. But hey, that never stopped me from trying—or at least hoarding domains

sooo I went out and secured themeparkfight.com and all the socials. I'm thinking i can make it a place to discuss both WDW and UO as well as the back and forth struggle for visitors between the 2. Let's see whare it goes. 

Thats awesome!  You never know where stuff like that might take you.  Good luck. 

Is this the Golden Age of Theme Parks?  

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This is insane when you look at it all together. 

Someone made a map of EVERY business Disney Co owns and its massive. 

I know we mainly discuss and debate the theme parks here, but in reality, they are a very small part of the Disney empire. 

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1 hour ago, glvsav37 said:

This is insane when you look at it all together. 

Someone made a map of EVERY business Disney Co owns and its massive. 

I know we mainly discuss and debate the theme parks here, but in reality, they are a very small part of the Disney empire. 

Well it looks wrong as they don't own Sky

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5 minutes ago, Redwes25 said:

Well it looks wrong as they don't own Sky

I'll admit I don't know much about Sky, but I did find this on Wiki

 

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The Walt Disney Company announced on 14 December 2017, that it would acquire 21st Century Fox, including its stake in Sky plc but barring specific U.S. assets. Fox stated that this purchase would "not alter [its] full commitment and obligation to conclude our proposed transaction". Analysts suggested that Disney's proposed transaction could ease regulatory concerns over Fox's purchase of Sky, as the company will eventually lose its ties to the Murdoch family. Disney has a narrower scope of media ownership in the country than the Murdoch family.[72] Sky already has a relationship with Disney for its Sky Cinema service, holding pay television rights to its films in the United Kingdom and operating a dedicated Sky Cinema channel devoted to Disney content.[73]

 

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3 hours ago, glvsav37 said:

I'll admit I don't know much about Sky, but I did find this on Wiki

 

 

Fox owned a portion of SKY and Disney had signed an acquisition agreement to buy Fox.  Fox was trying to buy the rest of Sky they didn't own (Disney was involved as well since  at the time Fox was independently owned but under contract to be purchased by Disney) but they lost a bidding war for Sky to Comcast (which just happens to own Universal).  As part of Comcast buying Sky, Fox sold its share in Sky to Comcast so Disney and Fox no longer own any of Sky.  A bit of a stretch to say they owned it as they never did..  

I would add that Fox was trying to buy Sky for awhile (even before Fox and Disney deal) but that deal never happened due to Murduch stuff.  

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4 hours ago, glvsav37 said:

This is insane when you look at it all together. 

Someone made a map of EVERY business Disney Co owns and its massive. 

I know we mainly discuss and debate the theme parks here, but in reality, they are a very small part of the Disney empire. 

This is how Skynet starts

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wow...I had no idea the Star Wars Hotel was this far along. Honestly, I have not heard a peep about this recently. 

https://twitter.com/bioreconstruct/status/1119693720042053632?s=12

https://twitter.com/bioreconstruct/status/1119693432220454914

High five to @bioreconstruct, one of the best theme park construction follows on twitter. 

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Apparently emails were sent out this morning to people who have reservations at one of the Disneyland hotels after the opening of Galaxy's Edge. We received an email stating that we have a reservation to visit Galaxy's Edge on June 20th from 8 AM to 12 PM. Great! Then I realize that we don't check into the hotel until late afternoon on the 20th. I scroll down the email and it has the details of our hotel reservation, which indicate that we check in on June 19th. I check the confirmation email we received when we made our hotel reservation and it confirms that the reservation starts on the 20th, not the 19th. Try calling the 888 number provided in the email received today to point out the inaccuracy and it is a constant busy signal. Wondering if they screwed things up for everyone staying at one of the Disneyland hotels?

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Spent 1 hour 45 minutes on hold, then found out from the customer service rep that all of the dates they assigned (or the emails they sent out) were off by 1 day. She was able to confirm our correct reservation during the call but stated that new emails will be sent out to everyone with the correct date and time.

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17 hours ago, roarlions said:

Spent 1 hour 45 minutes on hold, then found out from the customer service rep that all of the dates they assigned (or the emails they sent out) were off by 1 day. She was able to confirm our correct reservation during the call but stated that new emails will be sent out to everyone with the correct date and time.

wow, what a cluster fudge....glad you got it straightened out. 

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Looks like Rivers of light at AK is finally getting the update no one really wanted, but desperately needs. 

This memorial day, they are enhancing the show to include characters and music from the Disney Nature films.

 

In other nighttime news, it was announced that MK will NOT have a nighttime parade for it's 50th anniversary :rant:However, some new entertainment is being planned. 

Oh and its been 925 days since MK had a regular night parade (not ones on special party nights)

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2 hours ago, glvsav37 said:

Looks like Rivers of light at AK is finally getting the update no one really wanted, but desperately needs. 

This memorial day, they are enhancing the show to include characters and music from the Disney Nature films.

 

In other nighttime news, it was announced that MK will NOT have a nighttime parade for it's 50th anniversary :rant:However, some new entertainment is being planned. 

Oh and its been 925 days since MK had a regular night parade (not ones on special party nights)

Wait. You are mad that there isnt going to be a parade blocking traffic? 

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Currently down the street at Universal. I was shocked that a hot dog, 1.5 ounce bag of chips, and a 20 oz bottle of water was almost $17.

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