While there is a lot going on inside Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park (as you can see from the pictures featured in our last update), the Rivers of Light nighttime show continues to be one of the most intriguing projects, as it will help in completely changing the way Guests see this amazing theme park. In fact, we are sure most people would love to spend more time inside this wonderfully-themed environment after dark, and this show will surely reinforce this notion.

Dynamic Attractions, a leader in media-based attractions for major theme parks, is expanding with a new office in Orlando and an ‘industry first’ service called "Unlimited Attractions." This announcement was made at the 2015 International Attractions and Amusement Parks Association (IAAPA) convention in Orlando. This is a new service that integrates all the elements that turn a ‘ride’ into an ‘attraction’: story concepts, lighting, scenery, media, and special effects

Guests that are planning on taking advantage of the great Extra Magic Hours offering (available only to Guests staying on property) should note that, starting Sunday, November 29, Enchanted Tales with Belle (the elaborate character greeting area located in the Fantasyland Forest at the Magic Kingdom Park) will no longer be available during Extra Magic Hours. Guests will be able to visit the attraction during regular park operating hours, from park opening to closing.

After getting in touch with several reliable sources, Orlando Theme Park News was able to confirm that Sunshine Seasons (a quick-service restaurant located on the bottom floor of The Land pavilion at Epcot) will cease offering breakfast starting from early January 2016. The restaurant's new hours will be 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., which will be extended to 11 p.m. on Extra Magic Hours evenings.
The nearby Garden Grill restaurant will continue to offer a breakfast buffet daily.

With just a wave of their hands, guests visiting select LEGOLAND theme parks around the world will be able to throw lightning bolts, move shockwaves, send ice soaring, and emit fire balls with cutting-edge technology demonstrated by Triotech (world leader in media-based interactive attractions) at the 2015 IAAPA Expo in Orlando. The technology will be introduced in the new NINJAGO: The Ride opening in 2016 at LEGOLAND parks in California, Billund, and Malaysia.

As the park gets ready to expand, multiple areas of Disney's Hollywood Studios continue to receive attention to add more capacity to existing venues or just to improve the overall look of some structures. As you will see in this update (it has been a while since we posted a three-part photo-report), the outdoor dining area located along Sunset Blvd. was just refurbished, the sign of the new Star Wars Launch Bay was installed, and a few other areas received minor additions.