Two new character greeting locations are coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this spring. Opening in the Echo Lake themed area of the theme park, the new Celebrity Spotlight will be the place where park Guest will be able to meet the lovable snowman Olaf, from Disney’s “Frozen.” Olaf will be living his dream “In Summer,” chilling on the beach and ready with warm hugs for all his friends.
Celebrity Spotlight is currently under construction right next door to Star Tours.


Also opening this spring is “Mickey and Minnie Starring in Red Carpet Dreams,” which will be located just off Commissary Lane near the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant, where Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse will live out their dreams of being A-list Hollywood stars.

Guests will be able to walk the red carpet and step into a scene with Minnie, where she appears as a Tinsel Town starlet in a ritzy setting straight out of a lush and colorful musical extravaganza. Nearby, they will find Mickey portraying his iconic role of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice from “Fantasia.”

7 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

They couldn't just bring back Lightning McQueen and Mater?

Anonymous said...

They couldn't just bring back ?

Anonymous said...

....anything different from what they did so I can mindlessly complain about Disney?

Anonymous said...

@ 3rd Anon: mindless complaining is apparently what you do best

Anonymous said...

@ 4th Anon: I was referencing the 1st Anon. But that's ok. If we keep this up, this little silly topic could possibly break the all time record comment count.

Personally I'd like to see a meet and greet with the cast from 20 Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. Why can't they give us that? Bunch of budget cutting bean counters...

Sean said...

Ok, that last comment made me laugh. But I agree, all this complaining lately has been driving me crazy. Oh no, but that was my favorite bathroom.

Anonymous said...

@ 5th Anon: Don't be offensive...there are plenty of good comments on these blogs not counting your dumb ones. Why would there be a meet and greet with 20 Thousand Leagues...in the Florida Park?
Learn about the parks before you try and state an opinion!

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