If you are a Disney fan, as I am, and if you are a fan of The Beatles, as I am, then you are going to be thrilled, as I am, with a new Disney+ documentary series on the latter days of The Beatles. Disney is promising over 6 hours of never-before-seen restored footage, Including The Beatles’ last live performance, to roll out on Disney+ over 3 days – November 25, 26 and 27, 2021.
It’s almost unimaginable that Disneyland Resort in Anaheim California has been closed for over a year now due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. On March 12th, 2020, Disneyland Resort had announced its decision to temporarily close starting Saturday through the rest of the month. We all know that “rest of the month” extended to over a year, but now Disneyland Resort has plans to reopen on April 30th, 2021.
While there’s still no official criteria for becoming a Disney Princess, there are several common traits among the official list. These include being human or humanoid, being of royal descent, and of course being a main character in a Disney featured film. There is currently 12 official Disney Princesses who follow these criteria.
Have you been anxiously waiting for the much anticipated Disney streaming service to go live? Well, you won’t have to wait much longer. November 12th is when it is to make it’s debut. Following is the official press release regarding the upcoming Disney+ streaming service.
During the recent D23 Expo held in Anaheim, California, Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products Chairman Bob Chapek shared more of the ways Epcot will stay true to its original vision while bringing timeless Disney storytelling to life with the magic of possibility. The park will be unified with four neighborhoods that each celebrate a unique aspect of what makes Epcot so special.