In Case You Missed It: News and Rumors – Week of July 31, 2020

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Wow! How did we get here already? It’s already the end of July?! In one of the weirdest years ever….I’m not sure how we’ve already hit this point on the calendar.

This week, find out what the newest Pixar film will be, see which Disney movie may not be showing in theaters when they reopen anymore, and more.

In Case You Missed It – Disney and Universal Orlando News and Rumors

The Magic Kingdom has topped TripAdvisor’s annual Traveler’s Choice Awards.

Carlye Wisel took at look at if the theme parks should be open, after visiting Walt Disney World recently.

Disney got a number of Emmy nominations!

Disney has removed Mulan from the box office calendar and delays Avatar and Star Wars films. What do you think of this move? (Also, at this point…we’re never going to see Avatar’s sequel….not that anyone is really clamoring for it…besides James Cameron.)

Congrats to Alan Menken! He just became the 16th EGOT winner!

Disney and scary doesn’t necessarily go together, but there’s a new list of some of the scariest Disney films. Which are your favorites? (And trust me…after looking at the list, there are some truly terrifying things on it!)

Yay! A new original Pixar film! Luca will be coming to theaters next year! What do you think of the premise?

Disney+ may be including the Broadway musical ‘Once On This Island‘.

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Rikki Niblett

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One thought on “In Case You Missed It: News and Rumors – Week of July 31, 2020

  • July 31, 2020 at 1:44 pm

    My favorite “outsider” take on the reopening of WDW so far has been the Atlantic’s “I Went to Disney World.” Definitely recommend reading it!


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