Disney Weekly Round-Up

What’s new with Disney this week? Well, have has a couple of new bombshells dropped on us, including the cancellation of Disneylands Annual Passports!

Disney World

Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster is back up and going with updates to signage after 5 days of closure.

Indiana Jones truck was removed from Hollywood Studios.

Magic Kingdom park passes are fully booked for Disney World’s 50th anniversary.

Disneys ‘Soul’ is coming to EPCOTS American Pavilion.

At the French Pavilion, walls come down at the new Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.

Disney World releases new operating hours through the end of March.

Joffrey’s Coffee announces new Snickers, Twix, Milky Way, M&Ms lattes, and doughnuts to match!

Space 220 loses its chef and no opening date in sight.

Sorcerers Of Magic Kingdom cards are replaced by the Disney World app.

Magical Express will be discontinued in January 2022.

In Other Disney News

Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow is not being removed from the park rides.

Wanda Vision debuts on Disney+ today.

DVC Annual dues deadline is approaching.

Disney Cruise Line cancels voyages through March 2021.

Adventures by Disney announces their first-ever dedicated Expedition Cruise.

A new billion-dollar 10,000 room resort, Evermore is being built next to Disney World opening in 2023.

PeopleMover is being tested.

Pirates of the Caribbean entrance sail is has been blank for 2 months now…

Liberty Square Market in the Magic Kingdom will be closing this week for refurbishment.


New Mickey and Minnie Lego Art are now available for pre-order on ShopDisney.com

Haunted Mansion Gargoyle Statue is now available at Downtown Disney for $80.00.

Stitch crashes the ShopDisney.com with Beauty and the Beast Magic Band, plush, pins, and more!

New Loungefly bag with Fan-Favorite Disney park icons.

New Valentines merchandise and Dooney and Bourke bags on ShopDisney.com


All Annual Passports are being canceled and refunds issued.

Toy Story Parking Lot is to become new COVID-19 vaccination site.

Disney is looking to move all of its in-office operations to Florida.

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