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Disney Doorables Let's Go Cruise the World MEGA Peek Exclusive Playset Display Case [35 Figures!]

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  • Includes: 30 Disney Doorables figures, 1 display stand and cruise ship-themed blind box.Get ready to set sail with the Disney Doorables Lets Go Ultimate Cruise Vacation Peek, full of 30 figures and a unique cruise ship display.This set is sure to please with 20 characters from the Doorables Lets Go Series and 10 exclusive figures.Each Disney figurine stands approximately 1.5 inches tall and features signature Doorables stylized detailing and sparkly glitter eyes.Characters and vehicles are wonderful for imaginative storytelling, display, or trading with friends. Encouraging storytelling and interactive play can increase a childs self-awareness, language and creativity skills, and cooperation.This cruise ship sets sail with 30 different figurines inspired by the stories of Disneys Winnie the Pooh, Alice in Wonderland, Mickey Mouse, Lilo & Stitch, Rapunzel, Peter Pan, Frozen, and Disney Pixars Toy Story.Exclusive Figures include Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Stitch, Salty the Seal, and Little Tug.Collect other Lets Go Playsets to share and create imaginative adventures.Add other Disney Doorables surprise toy figures & playsets to add to the fun.Disney Doorables are perfect as Birthday, Christmas, and Hannukah gifts for kids ages 5 and up (each sold separately).

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  • Includes: 5, 6, or 7 Disney Doorables figurines in an airplane-shaped blind bag package.
  • Let’s Go for an Adventure: With Disney Doorables Let’s Go Around the World Figure Peek Series 2, there’s no telling what kind of adventures await – or which travel buddies will come along on the trip.
  • Unpack a Mystery: Each suitcase-themed blind bag package contains a guaranteed 5, but possibly 6 or 7 figures traveling to exciting destinations: a dude ranch, an exploration, an international trip, a cruise, or an around-the-world getaway.
  • Iconic Doorables Design: Each Disney figurine stands approximately 1.5 inches tall and features signature Doorables stylized detailing and sparkly glitter eyes.
  • Inspire the Love of Travel: Characters are wonderful for imaginative vacation planning, collecting, display, or trading with friends.
  • Let’s Get Away with Beloved Characters: Series 2 contains 40 different figurines inspired by the stories of Disney’s Winnie the Pooh, Chip ‘N Dale, Encanto, The Muppets, Big Hero 6, Mickey & Friends, Peter Pan, Lilo and Stitch, Disney and Pixar’s Turning Red, Toy Story, and more.
  • More Doorables, More Fun: Collect all 40 figures to share trade, and display.
  • Ideal for travelers, girls, and boys ages 5 and up (each sold separately).

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With Disney Doorables Let’s Go Around the World Figure Peek, there’s no telling what kind of adventures await – or which travel buddies will come along on the trip. First, unpack the blind bag suitcase to reveal a guaranteed 5, but perhaps, 6, or even 7 fantastic Doorables characters ready to travel to an exciting destination: a dude ranch, an exploration, an international trip, a cruise, or an around-the-world getaway. Kids will have fun guessing which vacation by the figure’s outfit and accessories. Each kid’s toy character stands approximately 1.5 inches tall and features stylized detailing with sparkly glitter eyes. Series 2 contains 40 imaginative vacation-themed figures from favorite Disney and Pixar stories. Collect them all for the happiest bon voyages and fun displays (each sold separately). Disney Doorables figures are ideal for fans of Disney toys, collectors, and kids ages 5 years and up.

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Disney Eats: Pride Month Foodie Guide 2024

Disney Eats: Pride Month Foodie Guide 2024 

Nicole Cantore

by Nicole Cantore , Digital Integration Specialist, Global Food & Beverage

June kicks off the start of Pride Month and all month long you’ll be able to treat yourself to tasty bites and sips across both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort . The culinary teams have been hard at work, creating mouthwatering delights that you definitely will want to try.  

This year, there are several new and returning favorites to taste. The new Pride Mousse Dome available at select Disney Resort hotels at Walt Disney World Resort and Rainbow Love Mousse Bar from Amorette’s Patisserie will make you and your taste buds happy. And back again this year, the Rainbow Mickey Cereal Treat at Disneyland Resort and Pride Liege Waffle at EPCOT are beautiful and delicious.  

Should we get to the tasty treats coming to Disney Parks this June? I think so! Let’s jump into this year’s Pride Month Foodie Guide.  

Pride Cupcake

Walt Disney World Resort   

Disney’s hollywood studios   .

PizzeRizzo and The Trolley Car Café (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available at PizzeRizzo only)   

  • Pride Cupcake: Vanilla cupcake filled with rainbow sprinkles and berry marmalade topped with red berry buttercream, rainbow sprinkles, rainbow glitter, and a chocolate Mickey pride coin 

Magic Kingdom Park   

The Lunching Pad (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available)   

Main Street Bakery (Available June 1 through 30)   

  • Pride Mousse Dome: Dark chocolate and strawberry mousse, flourless chocolate cake, and rainbow glaçage (New)  

Pride Liege Waffle and Pride Mousse Dome

EPCOT   

Connections Cafe and Connections Eatery (Available June 1 through 30)   

  • Pride Liege Waffle: Brioche dough with colorful icing 

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park   

Creature Comforts (Available May 30 through June 30)  

  • Pride Mousse Dome: Lemon chiffon cake, raspberry lemonade mousse, white chocolate glaze, and rainbow sprinkles (New)   

Pride Mousse Dome

Disney Resort Hotels   

Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Disney’s Yacht Club Resort   

Beach Club Marketplace and The Market at Ale & Compass (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available)   

Pride Cinnamon Roll and Pride Strawberry Cupcake

Disney’s BoardWalk   

BoardWalk Deli (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available)   

  • Pride Cinnamon Roll: Classic Mickey cinnamon roll with rainbow icing  

Available at Multiple Disney Resort Hotel Locations (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available)  

  • World Premiere Food Court at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort  
  • Intermission Food Court at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort 
  • End Zone Food Court at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort 
  • Landscape of Flavors at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort  
  • Centertown Market at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort 
  • Spyglass Grill at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort 
  • Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney’s Pop Century Resort 
  • Riverside Mill Food Court at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside  
  • Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter

Rainbow Love Mousse Bar

Disney Springs   

Amorette’s Patisserie (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available)   

  • Rainbow Love Mousse Bar: Orange dream mousse with crispy cereal crunch and orange passion curd (New)   

Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ (Available June 1 through June 30)  

  • Pride-themed Jumbo Squeeze Bottles: 22-ounce Pride-themed jumbo squeeze bottles available for purchase with the Shine on Tap (Refills available)  

Rainbow Donut topped with rainbow sprinkles and a rainbow sour belt; Cake Batter Cannoli

Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew (Available June 1 through June 30)  

  • Rainbow Donut topped with rainbow sprinkles and a rainbow sour belt 

Vivoli il Gelato (Available June 1 through July 31)  

  • Cake Batter Cannoli: Cannoli with sweet cream and cake batter ricotta topped with rainbow sprinkles 

Pride Cookie

Disneyland Resort   

Disneyland park   .

Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available)   

  • Pride Cookie: Shortbread cookie dipped in white chocolate sprinkled with nonpareils 

Strawberry Vodka Cocktail

Disney California Adventure Park   

Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe (Available June 1 through 30)   

Hollywood Lounge (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available)   

  • Strawberry Vodka Cocktail: Vodka, strawberry purée and soda water topped with a rainbow candy belt (New)   

Pride Bottle Topper and Pride Stainless Steel Tumbler

Novelties Available Throughout Disneyland Resort (Available starting June 1)   

  • Disneyland park: Churros near Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Churros near Haunted Mansion, Churros near Sleeping Beauty Castle, Churros near Town Square, Critter Country Fruit Cart, Churros & Lemonade in Critter Country, Lemonade at small world Promenade, Main Street Fruit Cart, Popcorn near Haunted Mansion, Popcorn near Mark Twain Riverboat, Pretzels near Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Ship to Shore Marketplace, Troubadour Tavern 
  • Disney California Adventure park: Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats, Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta, Chiller at Paradise Gardens Park, Corn Dog Castle, Paradise Garden Grill  
  • Disneyland park: Alien Pizza Planet, Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe, Golden Horseshoe, Hungry Bear Restaurant, Plaza Inn, Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante, Red Rose Taverne, Stage Door Cafe 
  • Disney California Adventure park: Aunt Cass Café, Award Wieners, Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta, Cappuccino Cart, Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream, Chiller at Paradise Gardens Park, Corn Dog Castle, Hollywood Lounge, Paradise Garden Grill, Smokejumpers Grill, Studio Catering Co. 

Pride Parade Castle Tumbler and Scented Pride Cake Straw Clip

  • Disneyland park: Alien Pizza Planet, Fantasyland Fruit Cart, Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe, Lemonade at small world Promenade, Plaza Inn, Red Rose Taverne 
  • Disney California Adventure park: Aunt Cass Café, Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta, Chiller at Paradise Gardens Park, Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream, Corn Dog Castle, Paradise Garden Grill 
  • Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa: GCH Craftsman Grill  
  • Disneyland park: Alien Pizza Planet, Golden Horseshoe, Hungry Bear Restaurant, Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe, Red Rose Taverne, Stage Door Cafe  
  • Disney California Adventure park: Aunt Cass Café, Award Wieners, Chiller at Paradise Gardens Park, Corn Dog Castle, Schmoozies!, Select Outdoor Vending Locations 
  • Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa: GCH Craftsman Grill 

Pride N' Candy Cannoli, Sunset Serenade, Pride LED Tumbler

Downtown Disney District   

Naples Ristorante e Bar (Available June 1 through 30)  

  • Pride N’ Candy Cannoli: Cannoli shells filled with ricotta cheese, cream cheese, powdered sugar, rainbow candy chips, and cotton candy flavoring 

Splitsville Luxury Lanes (Available June 1 through 30)  

  • Sunset Serenade: Pineapple, Aperol, soda water, gin, and elderflower syrup 

Wetzel’s Pretzels (Available June 1 through 30)   

  • Pride LED Tumbler 

Rainbow Mickey Apple, Rainbow Mickey Cereal Treat

Available at Various Candy Locations Around Disneyland Resort Including Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff, Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen, and Trolley Treats (Available June 1 through 30; mobile order available)  

  • Rainbow Mickey Apple: Granny smith apple dipped in caramel and milk chocolate decorated with two marshmallow ears, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple sanding sugars and white M&M’S chocolate candies (New)   
  • Rainbow Mickey Cereal Treat: Mickey-shaped cereal treat dipped in white chocolate and decorated with red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple sanding sugars 

Disneyland After Dark: Pride Nite Snacks and Treats

Disneyland After Dark: Pride Nite (SOLD OUT)  

For those of you who already have your tickets for the Disneyland After Dark: Pride Nite on June 18 and 20, there’s some additional treats to indulge in. Throughout the night, enjoy sweet bites like the Cereal Funnel Cake from Stage Door Café or the Red Balloon Mickey Cookie from Candy Palace Candy Kitchen . Looking for a refreshingly delicious sip? The Peach Tea at Refreshment Corner is a must! For a savory dish, the Loaded Corn Dog at Little Red Wagon is sure to satisfy. And for those interested in a combination of salty and sweet, the Popcorn with Freeze-dried SKITTLES at Popcorn near Haunted Mansion is for you. For extra tasty fun, you can reserve a spot for the Disneyland After Dark: Pride Nite Specialty Dining Package at Plaza Inn where you can enjoy a delicious chicken and waffles dinner with reserved viewing for the Welcome Pride Cavalcade. These are just a taste, and there are even more items to try at the event this year! 

Disneyland After Dark: Pride Nite drinks at Hearthstone Lounge at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa   

Hearthstone Lounge (Available June 18 and 20 from 4 p.m. to midnight; reservations highly recommended, walk-ins will be limited)  

  • Hearthstone Lounge Reception: On the Disneyland After Dark: Pride Nite evenings, anyone is welcomed to gather for a special reception at Hearthstone Lounge, with a themed photo op, upbeat music and specialty beverages like the XOBC Cellars Proud Sparkling Rosé, the Ketel Watermelon Vodka Cocktail, and the Elderflower Gin Fizz, which is also available at Napa Rose along with the XOBC Cellars Proud Sparkling Rosé. You can also enjoy the recently launched menu, including Truffle Mac and Portobello Mushroom Risotto, as well as a premium whiskey library. 

I sure am hungry now and can’t wait to try these limited-time items for Pride Month. With so much fun to be had at Disney Parks, the foodie adventures are limitless! 

Want to stay up to date on all the tasty tidbits? Check out our Disney Eats topics page and be sure to follow us @DisneyEats on Instagram and Facebook.  

(Note: All offerings are subject to change and availability.)   

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Iconic Universal Studios theme park land likely to close

Walt Disney and Universal Studios are mortal enemies that also work together.

The two companies compete fiercely, especially in Florida, where they go after the same customers and seek to outdo each other when it comes to rides, innovations and new offerings.

Universal Studios has stepped up that competition with plans for its third Orlando theme Park, Epic Universe. That property, which opens in 2025, will bring the company's Nintendo World to Florida, and feature lands based on "How to Train Your Dragon," and the company's classic monsters like Frankenstein, Dracula and the Wolf Man.

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Adding Epic Universe isn't about just the buzz of expanding and adding big-name attractions. It's also an attempt by the Comcast ( CMCSA ) company to change the perception of Universal Studios Florida.

Currently, many Florida tourists view Universal Studios as an add-on to a Disney trip. You can visit all the key attractions at its two theme parks in a single day and experience both parks pretty thoroughly in two.

With four theme parks as part of Disney World, it's much easier to justify a full week spent on the property. 

Epic Universe is Universal Studios' effort to tilt that balance in its favor by giving visitors more to do, so Disney World becomes the add-on — perhaps a day to see "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" or to visit the classic rides at Magic Kingdom.

Disney and Universal are wary partners    

Disney and Comcast are partners in two different major deals, but that was never the plan for either company. Universal Studios has exclusive Florida rights for many of Marvel's biggest characters. 

That deal was made well before Walt Disney ( DIS ) owned Marvel and well before the current superhero-movie boom. It's a complicated deal as Universal Studios has perpetual rights to any Marvel characters it has used.

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That ties up Spider-Man, the X-Men and other big Marvel names. but it did not stop Disney World from adding a "Guardians of the Galaxy" roller-coaster at Epcot. Since the Guardians were not big-name characters before their breakout film, Universal had not used them in its parks.

Had the company had a Groot meet-and-greet or used Star Lord or Gamora in some fashion, Disney would have been blocked from creating "Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind," which has been an incredibly popular attraction.

In addition, Universal Studios also has a land based on "The Simpsons," a television show Disney acquired when it bought parts of Fox. 

The future of that land is very much in doubt.

'The Simpsons' land may be nearing the end   

Reports say that the licensing deal between Comcast and Walt Disney for "The Simpsons" ends in 2028. Neither company has confirmed or denied that.

Subtle signs have indicated that Universal Studios does not have a long-term plan to keep "The Simpsons," as the screens at the land's signature attraction, "The Simpsons Ride," have seen better days.

Many expected that the two companies would simply keep the current arrangement until the deal expires. That may not be what happens, according to Theme Park Tourist .

"Last year it was reported that Universal was looking to potentially phase out 'The Simpsons Ride' at both Universal Studios Florida as well as Universal Studios Hollywood by letting their contract to use the Simpsons license expire in 2028," the site reported. 

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"And while that is still quite a long way off, rumors suggest that plans have accelerated to bring something new to the area, with a closure potentially happening early next year following the busy Halloween Horror Nights and holiday period."

Theme Park Tourist added that Universal Studios is considering using the area for "Pokemon"-themed attractions.

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Walt Disney, for its part, may be open to ending the deal early so it could add "The Simpsons" to one (or more) of its theme parks. The irreverent TV family would fit well at Disney's Hollywood Studios as there's likely significant overlap between fans of "Star Wars" and "The Simpsons."  

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Unveiling Disney's newest island retreat Lookout Cay, opening in 2024

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Disney Cruise Line’s eagerly anticipated tropical paradise, Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, officially opens in June 2024.

Nestled on Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas, this exclusive destination promises a blend of Bahamian culture and Disney magic. Ahead of its grand opening, here’s a closer look at what awaits travelers who choose this vibrant destination and how it might work within their budgets and job benefits.

From Vision to Reality: Insights From the Local Team

Joey Gaskins Jr., a Disney Cruise Line team member in the Bahamas, provides a firsthand account of the island’s transformation. With Eleuthera just a short flight away from his hometown of Nassau, Gaskins shares exclusive updates and snapshots of the construction progress, offering a glimpse into the island’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty.

A Vibrant Retreat: Mabrika Cove Cabanas

Designed by Bahamian artists, the Mabrika Cove Cabanas offer a colorful oasis for families to relax and unwind. These eye-catching retreats, juxtaposed with white sands and turquoise waters, set the tone for the island’s luxurious amenities, lively architecture, and hospitality.

Good Eats: True-True Too BBQ

True-True Too BBQ, designed by Walt Disney Imagineering, invites guests to indulge in Bahamian cuisine while soaking in panoramic views of the ocean. Visitors can chill under a shell-inspired pavilion and savor mouthwatering lunches influenced heavily by the island’s culinary culture.

A Kid’s Paradise: Exploring Sebastian’s Cove

Children’s dreams take flight at Sebastian’s Cove, a masterfully designed play area. Staffed by Disney Cruise Line counselors, this island-inspired kids club at Disney Lookout Cay promises a day filled with engaging activities and creative crafts, ensuring youngsters’ entertainment while adults unwind.

The water play area draws influence from The Little Mermaid and immerses kids in aquatic adventure and excitement. This vibrant wonderland’s splash pads and water slides let little ones’ imaginations run wild. After working up an appetite, children can refuel at an exclusive dining area that boasts delicious meals tailored to satisfy young travelers’ hunger after hours of playful exploration.

Cultural Experiences: Tram Stops and Marketplaces

Lookout Cay’s thoroughfares are bursting with bustling marketplaces and tram stops that grant guests a gateway to Bahamian culture. Tourists traversing the island encounter traditional hair braiding and colorful market stalls, each brimming with the infectious energy and warmth characteristic of the Bahamas.

From the rhythmic beats of Junkanoo-inspired music to the tantalizing aromas of local delicacies, every step of the tram journey offers an opportunity to immerse oneself in the rich tapestry of Bahamian heritage and tradition. Whether perusing handcrafted souvenirs or engaging with local artisans, guests of Lookout Cay can submerse themselves in the community’s vibrant spirit and celebration.

Embracing Tradition: Junkanoo Celebrations

Junkanoo, a national festival marked by vibrant and spirited celebrations, is one of the Bahamas’ most enduring cultural traditions. Through Disney’s support of the Junior Junkanoo competition, students showcase their creativity and talent, preserving this beloved tradition for the next generation and beyond.

Acclaimed Bahamian fashion designer Theodore Elyett crafted new outfits for Mickey and Minnie Mouse inspired by Junkanoo’s storied traditions. These distinct garments capture the essence of Bahamian culture, infusing Disney’s beloved characters with a touch of local flair. As they wear their Bahamian-inspired attire, Mickey and Minnie will lead the festivities at Disney Lookout Cay, embodying the celebration that awaits guests in this tropical paradise.

Planning Your Dream Vacation: The Road to Disney Lookout Cay

As guests eagerly anticipate a visit to Disney Lookout Cay, begin strategizing how to utilize upcoming vacation days. The average employee receives around ten vacation days per year. Make strategic use of paid time off to maximize the time you and your family can spend to explore this Bahamanian paradise.

Leverage online work-hour calculators and stay informed about your company’s Paid Time Off (PTO) policies to ensure a seamless transition from work to play. Whether basking in the sun on pristine beaches or exploring the vibrant culture of Eleuthera, guests should be able to savor every moment worry-free.

Employees currently earn a median weekly income of $1,118, or an annual salary of $58,136. Understanding the correlation between work hours and vacation days empowers individuals to make informed decisions about their leisure time. By recognizing the value of each hour worked and maximizing available PTO, you can craft a dream vacation experience at Disney Lookout Cay with confidence and clarity.

A Celebration of Bahamian Spirit

As the grand opening of Disney Lookout Cay approaches, travelers will soon embark on an unforgettable journey to tropical paradise. With its blend of Bahamian storytelling, artistry, and culture, Disney’s newest island retreat promises a unique and immersive experience.

This article was produced by Media Decision and syndicated by Wealth of Geeks.

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How a 4-Hour Video About Disney’s Failed ‘Star Wars’ Hotel Took Over the Internet

By Ej Dickson

There are very few things that one would willingly submit themselves to doing for four hours. Binge-watching Seinfeld ? You’d get sick of Kramer after 90 minutes. Sex? Sounds painful. Eating an elaborate multi-course meal? A recipe for gastrointestinal discomfort at best.

Nicholson’s video, which she posted a little more than a week ago, isn’t just a review of her seemingly dismal March 2022 Galactic Starcruiser hotel stay, though it is that. It’s also a deeply reported video essay on the history of the project, its marketing, and its myriad failures. “They didn’t quite know who it was marketed toward,” Nicholson says of the project. “They recognized that the Star Wars brand was valuable, and they had a large part of the demographic who was willing to spend a lot of money. But I think they didn’t ask themselves if hardcore Star Wars fans were the same ones trying to spend a lot of money at the parks. There were a lot of problems, but not knowing their audience was a big part of it.”

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You booked the trip yourself, correct? This wasn’t like a comped trip [a term for a trip that is paid for by a brand, in exchange for coverage]? No, not at all comped. I did get early access to book because I have a Chase Card, which was the only reason I got to go so early [in March 2022], because it was booking up really fast. But yeah, I completely paid for the whole thing.

Was Disney aware of the fact that you were an influencer? They didn’t know at all. When I was a newer YouTuber, I would try to contact places in part because I was really broke, and I would have appreciated getting stuff comped. So I used to try to work with brands. But when you do video essay stuff, they generally don’t want to anyway. It’s just totally different from the kind of channels they work with. So in this case, I didn’t even try to reach out — I just went ahead and booked it. I prefer it because it is kind of awkward to get everything comped and then say something is bad. I would if I had to, but since I have the option of buying stuff myself, I prefer to do that because it lets me be completely objective and not feel guilty or ungrateful.

And that was not the case. No. Sadly, no.

So how long did it actually take you to make this video? I worked on it on and off for about two years. One thing that threw a wrench into it is, I was kind of approaching doneness, and had announced on my Patreon that I’d have it done soon. And then they announced that it was closing. And I was like, “I have to rewrite the whole thing to be about why it closed and why it was made and everything, so it’s more than just what it was like to go.” So that added a lot of time to it.

So when they announced it was closing, was there ever a point where you were debating whether or not to release it, or worried that it would be less relevant? I don’t worry about that so much with my videos because they’re so long. It’s not just a dry vlog or a review, it’s not purely about like, “Do I recommend this and do you want to go.” So I try not to worry about that too much. And that was kind of my attitude when I went: A million people are gonna have videos before me that are just their vlogs of themselves going. So I’m just going to try to go deeper with it. And that’s what will make it watchable. And I was thinking how frustrating it would be if I posted a video and then two months after they closed it, because then something I put so much time in would no longer be comprehensive. So in the long run, I knew the video would be stronger because now it’s a complete story.

Let’s talk about the length a little bit because obviously a lot has been made of the four-hour runtime. How long was it originally? Is there anything that you cut that you wish you had kept in? Oh, not that I wish I kept in. I guess I cut a lot when they announced the closure — the video would have been more specific about stuff like the food. That probably would have been fluff for the vast majority who wouldn’t have gone, even if it was still open.

Did you reach out to Disney or try to get comment from them at all prior to releasing this video? I did not. I just sort of went through the normal customer service channels. After my trip, I did contact them about a couple of the things I wanted to get refunds for that I talked about in the video, like the photo package and stuff. But they only called me after I tweeted at them publicly. And on that phone call, I did kind of say, “The gameplay really didn’t work for us.” So I guess that could have been their opportunity, knowing I was a YouTuber and knowing it didn’t go well, to try to be like, “That’s not representative,” and try to resolve things. But they didn’t. They were just like, “Oh, I’m sorry that you had a bad experience.”

Were you surprised by the reaction at all? Definitely. With all my videos, I’m always like, “I hope the algorithm still shows it to people; I hope people still click on it.” I have a loyal viewership base, and my channel has like 1 million subscribers, so I was like, “OK, it’s probably gonna get 1 million views. So at least there’s that.” But you’re always kind of at the mercy of YouTube and word of mouth. And especially with the video this long — long videos are doing OK on YouTube algorithmically, but it’s harder to link your friends to a four-hour video and have them take the recommendation, because it’s a big leap of faith. So yeah, I didn’t know how far outside my circle it would get, but it definitely was a pleasant surprise that it seems like this one has kind of gone outside my normal viewership.

This sentiment, that Disney has become more focused on profit at the expense of quality — would you say that had crossed your mind before, or was this trip the first time you had thought that? I used to go to the theme parks all the time. And ever since they reopened after [a three-month shutdown due to] Covid, I kind of don’t anymore. I feel like the experience has gotten a lot worse. The problems behind that are kind of nuanced. A lot of it comes from how their CEOs have much shorter tenures now. So I think there’s a lot more push toward short-term profits, so the CEO can collect and then leave as opposed to focus on the longevity of the company and its reputation. So I think it comes down to more than just pure greed, or at least greed of the overall company. But yeah, it is something that has been on my mind.

Have you heard from any Disney employees at all after making this video? I got a couple emails from former Imagineers [the term for the creative engineers who work on the parks’ attractions], but no one who worked on the Cruiser. They’re former employees, so a lot of it is like, “this is why I left the company” and sort of disillusionment with the brand and what it stands for, and obviously, there’s a little bit of bias there. But I have kind of gotten the impression that there’s a much faster turnover of Imagineers than there used to be. People think of the classic ones that were there when Walt Disney was working at the company like Rolly Crump [who helped design the It’s a Small World ride] and Tony Baxter [who oversaw attractions like Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Star Tors], and all the ones that are like kind of legendary to theme park fans now. That kind of career Imagineer doesn’t really exist anymore. I heard a lot of them work for like three years on average and then they either get laid off, or they leave for better paying projects. And I think that probably makes a difference in quality, too.

What about any other former or current Disney employees? Were there any points you made in the video where they were like, “you were spot on”? Mostly frontline cast members, I’m not sure which department they’re in. [Some agreed with the point I made about] the overwork of the employees, the fact that the actors at Starcruiser weren’t paid enough to compensate for the amount of labor. My impression has been that the Starcruiser actors were kind of cross-trained to also do other acting roles in the park, and that the Starcruiser had trouble filling shifts, because it was so labor intensive and didn’t pay extra compared to the other easier shifts. And then I’ve heard from other employees who have said, “This was my favorite job I’ve ever done. This is mean. Why are you besmirching this thing I loved working on so much?” So it’s a very mixed bag, which I kind of expected.

Have you heard from any Disney executives directly? I haven’t, and I don’t expect to just from what I know about the company and how they do PR. I think they prefer to focus on the positive stuff: vloggers who go and just kind of eat the food and say the food is yummy and film themselves laughing on rides and stuff. I don’t think they’re really interested in actual reviews. So yeah, I don’t expect to hear from them. Actually, I kind of hope I don’t. Because if I do, it’ll probably be negative or like they’re trying to sue me or something…. overall, the corporate side of the company, I think they’re probably really mad about the video. So they definitely wouldn’t want to reach out.

How did you feel about seeing the pole you got sat in front of become a meme? Vindicated, I guess? I thought the pole part was really funny in a sad way. So I’m glad other people did too.

What did you think of the mainstream media’s reaction to your video? NPR wrote something about how it proves people still want long-form content . I’m wondering how you feel about that, as a YouTuber who has spent years making these very lengthy videos. I guess I’m not that surprised that outlets are continually surprised by it. Video essays are typically smaller channels in the grand scheme of things, so I get why someone kind of stumbling across it would be like, “Why is it so long?” especially people that are familiar with TikTok and stuff. But I also understand why that’s kind of become a niche, because I think people like to have stuff to listen to more passively, like a second screen sort of thing. So if someone’s like shopping online, or cleaning their room or doing their dishes, or even going to sleep, they can like put on a really long video and know that they’re not going to have to click to the next page really quickly. So I think there’s definitely a place for it. [I] think a lot of people tend to be like, “Gen Z doesn’t have any attention span.” And I think the long video essays are something you can point to as: Well, they definitely can watch long stuff when they want to.

It seems like the response to your video has been pretty positive. Do you think that’s going to impact how other YouTubers cover the Disney parks? I’m not sure. It would be interesting if it did, but I don’t think it will. I just feel like Disney has them in such a chokehold that nothing could really change unless they totally changed the nature of their content.

Does that frustrate you personally as as a fan? It does. I get why it’s instrumental to them paying their bills. But as I said in the video, I feel like they’re reaching a moral quandary when you’re promoting stuff that’s so expensive to people so uncritically, knowing that it’s not what you’re telling them they’re going to get. [I] feel like when you love something, it is important to be critical of the stuff that’s below the standard it can hold itself to. That’s part of why I’ve been so disappointed, having worked at the parks and felt like they were a really good product and having gone for so many years. It is disappointing to feel like they’re taking things away, and they think people don’t notice and they think people won’t complain. I feel like they’re treating their customers unfairly. And I think that’s kind of a lousy way to pay them back for the amount of loyalty this brand has.

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Unfortunately, I think the lesson Disney is going to take is not to do weird stuff, not to try anything that’s outside the box, or do any of this kind of LARP gameplay stuff again. I think the problem was more with the execution of it. I think what they should take away from it is not experimenting with charging as much as they possibly can, not paywalling stuff that they consider extras like interactive characters, gameplay, anything beyond the bare minimum for the park guests. I hope the lesson taken away is, “Oh, we really asked too much of our fans there. We’ve really tried to take advantage of them in a way that wasn’t wise and didn’t pan out and we ended up losing a lot of money in the long run.” But I think the takeaway will just be, “We’re not going to build an immersive LARP hotel again.”

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