One of EPCOT Center's "classic" attractions is gone again, this time for good.
As reported a few weeks ago, Captain EO is now (for the second time) a thing of the past. The new Pixar Short Film Festival will officially open to park Guests on Friday, December 18, showing three of the very popular Pixar shorts every 20 minutes. Let's take a quick look around Future World while we wait for this new attraction to open. As you will see, there are a few other changes to report.


Welcome to Epcot:


Spaceship Earth continues to pull long lines throughout the day:




Innoventions West is still mostly surrounded by walls:



The "Road to Tomorrow" is now a thing of the past:



The large Innoventions sign was removed some weeks ago from both entrances:





The Sum of All Thrills has reopened inside Innoventions East:





The House of the Future is still sitting unused:



Colortopia has a very nice background music. Be sure to stop by to visit this new exhibit:



The water play area near Test Track is still behind walls:



Sigh.



Ellen and the huge Elasmosaurus are still missing in the Universe of Energy:



Remember that Mission:SPACE recently changed three bays to Orange and one bay to Green? Well, that test didn't work at all. Things have gone back to normal (two Green bays and two Orange bays):



Some minor work is being done on one of the supports of Test Track's outdoor track:





The Imagination! pavilion:



The upside-down fountain has been off for a few days:





Captain EO is visiting other planets:





New banners were recently installed above the entrance of Journey Into Imagination with Figment:



There are only a few weeks left to ride Soarin' before it goes down for a major refurbishment:



Another update covering World Showcase will be posted soon. ¡Hasta la vista!



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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

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