It's Pin Release Thursday at Disney World, and four new pins hit the Parks for June 29th. * Chip and Dale are on the Limited Edition 2017 Fourth of July pin * The first of a set of three DVC luggage tag pins features Mickey and Minnie packing their bags on an inside image of the hinges pin. * The Star Wars monthly vehicle pin is everyone's Favorite AT-AT. * The latest "Doorway To Disney" hinged pin is a It's A Small World design with a large winking hippo inside the hinged door. *
Which is going into your pin collection?
Me revoilà ! Cette semaine se passe bien? ☀️ Aujourd'hui on parle pin's. Je ne suis pas quelqu'un qui a pour but de collectionner les pin's les plus rares, de chasser les EL dans le parc ou sur la toile. Ma collection est assez modeste même si personnellement je l'adore telle qu'elle est. Mais ce petit Woody m'a tapé dans l'œil dès que j'ai vu l'affiche des sorties du mois de juin. Gros craquage pour moi et grosse fierté, je le trouve sublime 👌🏻💖 Et vous quelle est votre pièce préférée de votre collection?
A TV series reboot of the Herbie franchise is reportedly in the works at Disney XD. The long-running franchise first hit screens in the ’60s, and since then has enjoyed multiple movies and a short-lived TV series. Most recently, Herbie appeared in 2005’s Herbie: Fully Loaded, starring Lindsay Lohan – a miserable flop of a movie that put the Love Bug franchise back to sleep for another decade Disney continues to reboot (or simply continue) the franchise every decade or so. The latest potential incarnation of the franchise comes in the form of a small-screen series, a reboot starring a kid who uses the car to try to find their parents The series will revolve around a kid named either Lili or Landon Reed, whose gender has not yet been decided by the network. 🚘💨 ------------------------------------
Every time I see a picture or see a vlog of tower of terror my stomach turns. It's deffo a ride I love to hate 😂😂 and I always ask myself why I am going on it. But after I realise why it's one of my favourite rides 🏨
What makes Pandora in Disney's Animal Kingdom special? Here's an example. You see floating mountains, a waterfall, and trees here, but what else? Those braided ribbons tied to the tree on the left side of this image are there for a reason. I don't know what that is, but you can be sure there's a story behind why they're placed where they are and designed to look the way they do. That's the difference between Disney parks and almost any other theme park.