Josh is joined by friend Peter Armado to discuss Disney’s ongoing relationship with the LGBT community. From Disney’s involvement in Georgia politics to a possible gay Star Wars character. They strive to cover everything Disney has done for the community or has yet to do and what the LGBT’s relationship is like with Disney in the 21st Century.
Normally, you need a visa to be able to visit China. Specifically for our website, to visit Shanghai Disneyland upon it’s opening. However, Keith has the details for visiting Mainland China’s park without a visa and he teaches all of us how to travel to the new park without the fees.
Keith has been on a buying spree, mostly to collect Toy Story Alien merchandise and when buying tsum tsum mystery packs, you don’t know what you’ll get. Keith opens three mystery packs this week. Does he get his coveted Alien? Check out his latest video!
Over the past few years, Disney’s trend at the theme parks is to take existing properties like Star Wars or Avatar and create attractions and lands out of them. Thanks to the popularity of Universal’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter land, it doesn’t seem like this trend is slowing down. Walt did think of properties when building his original theme park but he also wanted to create new original ideas for his park. So when did Disney decide to slow it’s building of original concepts.
Does media have a hand in this? Creating buzz for something like Star Wars Land is much simpler than opening something nobody has ever heard of. Does Disney choose to market it’s Intellectual attractions over it’s original attractions? What will the future look like? Will something like Bugs Land or Cars Land stand the test of time like Adventureland or Frontierland have?