Disney Theme Parks Future

The spring of 2020 was a terrifying, confusing period, during which changes to everything from movie releases to retail operations to theme parks were happening on what felt like an hourly basis. The summer of 2021 is less scary, but with COVID-19 cases continuing to decrease to, at the very least, manageable levels, we’re now getting the reverse situation.

To wit, the Disneyland Resort will – starting tomorrow, June 15 – be relaxing one of its biggest safety restrictions yet. You won’t have to wear a mask anymore…as long as you’re fully vaccinated.

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Michael Waldron Loki Interview

Just because we’re waiting for the arrival of another feature-length entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe doesn’t mean there’s not plenty of new Marvel stories to tell from Disney. This week marks the arrival of Loki, the new limited series on Disney+ that brings back everyone’s favorite God of Mischief (I won’t tell you his name, but I encourage you to look at the show’s title for a hint).

And the Disneyland Resort is getting in on the fun, with a new meet-and-greet opportunity with Loki and his newest frenemies.

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Behind the Attraction

Since Disney+ was unveiled more than 18 months ago, the service has offered everything from new Marvel and Star Wars shows to old shows and films that harken back to viewers’ collective childhoods. But there’s been a pretty big gap in Disney+ from the start, and that would be programming focused on the Disney theme parks.

That gap is being filled now with Behind the Attraction, a 10-episode series produced by none other than Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

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Theme Park Industry Guidelines

As the push to reopen intensifies, the theme park industry has released a set of guidelines to deal with the future post-coronavirus world. On top of this, Florida is about to implement a full “Phase 1” reopening, and is encouraging theme parks in the Sunshine State to submit reopening plans for approval.

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