Hasbro has released a new version of Disney Villains Monopoly that will bring out the villainous side of you as you scheme and plot your way to victory.
In this new edition you can elect to play as one of six different Disney Villains. The Evil Queen from ‘Snow white’ or Maleficent from ‘Sleeping Beauty’ might be popular choices, or how about playing, Cruella de Vil from ‘101 Dalmations’, Scar from ‘The Lion King’, Jfar from ‘Aladdin’ or Hook from ‘Peter Pan.
Hasbro has previously released a Villains edition but this one has been reworked to be more interactive and includes some twists to keep you entertained. You are encouraged to be ruthless and compete to see is the most evil of all. Players must buy and sell Villain Contracts instead of property, and the more villains a player hires, the more money they can collect. Continue reading
Disney has confirmed that that their two water parks, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach will not reopen until March 2021.
Disney usually alternate their water parks over the winter season with one open and the other closed. Due to the current pandemic their water parks have so far not reopened with the rest of Walt Disney World.
Disney has now confirmed that both parks will remain closed and that they plan on opening one of the water parks on 7th March, 2021. Continue reading
An all-new, short-form video mini-series ‘Disney Parks Wild Sights’ will debut exclusively in the My Disney Experience app, showcasing the amazing animals that call Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park home.
Disney Parks Wild Sights © Disney
Featuring a variety of animals and the dedicated cast members who care for them, “Disney Parks Wild Sights” will take you on a journey to discover more about the diverse wildlife of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. In each episode, you’ll meet a different animal, learn about what makes them unique and hear about the incredible bonds they form with their animal keepers. We can’t wait to introduce you to them!
Walt Disney World starts their Christmas holiday season on 6th November and it runs through to 30th December. There will not be a Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party or Candlelight Processional but Disney has detailed other offerings.
Christmas at Walt Disney World © Disney
A reimagined holiday celebration will begin Nov. 6, 2020, at Walt Disney World Resort, with the four theme parks, Disney Springs and Disney resort hotels decked for the season. Through Dec. 30, guests will discover seasonal food and drinks at The Most Magical Place on Earth, as well as special merchandise and enchanting new entertainment experiences. Continue reading
Shortly after Disney reopened Walt Disney World they announced that Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party would not go ahead. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Disney has now confirmed that their magical Christmas party will not take place this year either.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party ©Disney
In addition to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at the Magic Kingdom being cancelled, Disney have also cancelled EPCOT’s Candlelight Professional.
Disney’s Christmas holiday season starts on 6 November and goes on through 30 December with Festive Park Decorations, Gingerbread Men, Elves, Reindeer, Decorated Festive Character Floats, Flotillas and Motorcades