Yesterland: Red Wagon Inn at Disneyland

Red Wagon Inn was an opening day restaurant at Disneyland. Swift’s involvement was not just a sponsorship deal. Although the Red Wagon Inn was designed by Walt Disney’s WED Enterprises, Chicago-based…

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TV Review – “Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi” Launches with a Thrilling, Surprising Double-Header Disney+ Premiere

What did we know about Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi before tonight? Well, based on the trailers and other marketing materials, we knew the series stars Ewan McGregor, reprising his role as Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi from the Star Wars prequel trilogy (a part originated by Sir Alec Guinness in the original trilogy, of course) in a […]

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Drunk Florida Woman Abandons Child at T-REX When Taken to Hospital, ‘Star Wars’ Series Announcements Galore, Radiator Springs Racers Closed Indefinitely, & More: Daily Recap (5/26/22)

We bring you a lot of stories every single day. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up. So in case you missed anything from our feed, we have rounded up all our stories in one place to get the news at a glance. Here is your Daily Recap for Thursday, May 26, 2022.

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Radiator Springs Racers Catches Fire, Indefinitely Closed – Disneyland News Today 5/26

That’s it for today; we hope you enjoyed this Daily Recap. Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you tomorrow!

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BREAKING: First Two Episodes of ’Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Premiering Early at 9 PM PT/Midnight ET

The official Star Wars Twitter account has just announced that the first two episodes of “Obi-Wan Kenobi” are debuting early on Disney+.

Instead of the scheduled midnight PT premiere, the episodes will be available in less than an hour at 9 p.m. PT/midnight ET.

Will you be tuning in to ”Obi-Wan Kenobi” tonight? Let us know in the comments.

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PHOTO REPORT: Universal Orlando Resort 5/23/22 (Scrims Removed from Caro-Seuss-el, A Piece of the Berlin Wall, Lunch at Cowfish, An Afternoon Dole Whip, and More)

Welcome to another beautiful day here at the Universal Orlando Resort! It’s incredibly hot today and we can see everyone looking for shade and air conditioning. Let’s get going and head over to Islands of Adventure first.

Caro-Seuss-el is looking extremely vibrant with the ugly grey scrims removed. This is exciting and a good indication the ride could be close to reopening. It is really the centerpiece of Seuss Landing when you enter the land, so it’s nice to see it again after so long.

The land really does need a lot of work, including the cracks on the roof of Circus McGurkus and the missing entrance arch. Hopefully when Caro-Seuss-el reopens, we’ll see more of the land getting some much needed maintenance.

Speaking of maintenance, we spotted progress on the If I Ran the Zoo playground. We’re looking forward to this opening this weekend.

With the scrims down around Caro-Seuss-el, it also allows for Sky Trolley’s second track to reopen again soon, reducing the wait time. It’s one of our favorite rides, but the wait time has been high lately due to the construction on Caro-Seuss-el.

The parks do feel busier than last week, but wait times still weren’t too awful. Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure was posted at a 90 minute wait.

Just another hot, crowded day in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We expect more crowds in the parks now that schools are starting to release kids for the summer.

Jurassic Park Discovery Center Triceratops Meet and Greet

The Jurassic Park Discovery Center is a great place to cool down. It’s also a great place to meet a dinosaur. On hot, sunny days like today, it’s good to take breaks inside. The Jurassic Park geneticists are great for having a chat, too!

Food lines were long during lunch time. There were a lot of large groups in the park, which made for crowds at restaurants. Mobile ordering has returned to a few restaurants, but good news is that they are no longer requiring guests to mobile order. We heard there were drops in sales after implementing a mobile order only system that they are no longer requiring it. Team Members at the entrances of the restaurants will encourage you to mobile order for a faster experience, though.

Time for a Dole Whip! Did you know Universal sells Dole Whip? Personally, we like to get a Dole Whip Float with Sprite in Marvel Super Hero Island, but you can get it from Wimpy’s in Toon Lagoon or Schwab’s Pharmacy at Universal Studios Florida. It’s an inexpensive snack and a great way to cool down.

Nobody wants to be in the sun today. It’s extremely hot, so make sure you stay hydrated!

It’s such a beautiful day, even if it’s really hot and humid.

Did you know there’s a piece of the Berlin Wall on display in CityWalk? It’s behind the Hard Rock Cafe, so if you take the pathway on the side of the building by the gift shop and walk all the way to the back, you’ll find this little piece of history just chilling back there. It’s a fun thing to share with friends while visiting Universal Orlando.

Inside the Universal Legacy Store, we found a new keychain for Back to the Future. It’s $12.

When we arrived at Universal Studios Florida, we noticed the Tribute Store sign is lit! The lights around the sign look good during the day, but we can’t wait to see them after dark.

Summer menus went up at the food trucks, but Battery Park doesn’t have a menu yet, but equipment has been set up in the area. We heard there will be Cuban sandwiches and yucca fries here, but we’ll be sure to share the menu when it gets posted.

Posters have been added to the construction walls surrounded Fievel’s Playland. This area is getting refurbished due to issues with the water slide. Hopefully it won’t take too long, but there is no reopening date listed yet.

Puss in Boots is now a backdrop for photos in the Dreamworks Destination in KidZone.

That’s all for this visit to the Universal Orlando Resort. We’re going to escape the heat inside Cowfish with a nice lunch. You can never go wrong with Burgooshi. Thanks for following us around the parks today and be sure to stay tuned for more updates.

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Full List (With Prices) of ‘Jaws’, ‘E.T.’, & ‘Back to the Future’ Merchandise Available at the Summer Tribute Store in Universal Studios Florida

The new classic movies-inspired Summer Tribute Store has finally opened at Universal Studios Florida. And we not only have a full tour inside, but a look at every single new merchandise item available in the store! Three main lines are present, themed to “E.T.”, “Jaws”, and “Back to the Future”, so let’s explore everything you can buy in the new store.

E.T. Merchandise

Bendyfigs E.T. Action Figure – $27

This Bendyfigs “Toyllectible” figure comes with a display stand and a pot of flowers to display E.T. with.

Vintage Art-Style Magnets – $14

These vintage-style magnets mimic classic poster art styles from the early 1980s. One features Elliott, Michael, and Gertie alongside E.T. with a pile of stuffed animals. The other shows E.T. with Gertie and flying past the moon in the film’s most iconic shot.

“Be Good” Mug – $15

This mug shows E.T. in Elliott’s hoodie with the words “Be Good” below, and the iconic flying portrait above. Inside the mug reads “I love E.T.” with a heart instead of an “o.”

E.T. Spaceship Pins – $15

These pins showcase E.T.’s spaceship on two, with the third being a portrait of the iconic alien.

E.T. “Where Are You From?” Pin – $8

Silhouettes of E.T. and Elliott sit on a rainbow background with the quote “Where Are You From?” above.

E.T. Flowers Pins – $13

These pins show E.T. holding a pot of flowers on one, and the flowers on a rainbow background with “I’ll Be Right Here” written below.

E.T. Flying Pin – $11

An almost ethereal image of E.T. comes out of the forests below, with his heart showing the iconic flying scene.

E.T. Pin – $11

This is a larger version of the portrait pin from the set of spaceship pins. The pinr eads “The Extra-Terrestrial” and “since 1982.”

I ♥ E.T. Pin – $8

A very simple design, the pin says “I Heart E.T.”

E.T. Phone Home Pins – $13

A clever idea to capitalize on one of the most well-known quotes, E.T.’s face occupies one pin, with a phone and a home on the other two.

E.T. Photo Frame – $25

This frame reads “Stage Pass E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” on the bottom and shows the flying scene in the red silhouette above. “E.T.” is above some house silhouettes on the right.

E.T. 40th Anniversary Collector’s Spoon – $12

This intricately-designed spoon features a “40” with the zero replaced by a moon with E.T. and Elliott flying in the bowl along with E.T. logos plastered throughout.

The neck reads “The Extra-Terrestrial”, and the head shows E.T. in the bicycle basket with the film’s logo again.

E.T. 40th Anniversary Thimble – $14

The thimble also shows a “40” with the zero replaced by a moon with E.T. and Elliott flying on the bottom along with E.T. logos plastered throughout. The top section once again features E.T. in the bicycle basket with the film’s logo below.

E.T. Constellation Keychain – $14

Earth sits at the bottom, with the film’s logo above and a constellation design of E.T. and Elliot’s fingers touching.

E.T. Spaceship Keychain – $12

This cone-shaped keychain shows E.T.’s spaceship taking flight.

E.T. Flying Keychain – $12

An almost ethereal image of E.T. comes out of the forests below, with his heart showing the iconic flying scene.

I ♥ E.T. Keychain – $11

A very simple design, the keychain says “I Heart E.T.” and the heart rotates.

E.T. Phone Home Keychain – $11

A clever idea to capitalize on one of the most well-known quotes, E.T.’s face occupies one piece, with a phone and a home on the other two.

E.T. Portrait, Spaceship, & Flowers Keychain – $14

These pins showcase E.T.’s portrait on the center piece, with the two baubles being his spaceship and a pot of flowers.

E.T. “Be Good” Light-Up Keychain – $15

“Be Good” in ’70s and early ’80s-style line art letters takes center stage, with E.T.’s heart and finger lighting up.

E.T. 40th Anniversary Lanyard – $13

On one side of the lanyard, we see a constellation design with “E.T.” 40 on one side and “Universal Studios” on the other. Starry designs of E.T. and his spaceship are weaved throughout.

The other side shows a more bright design, with one side featuring a number of vintage art-style depictions of scenes from the film, with the other reading “E.T. The Extra Terrestrial 40th Anniversary” on an orange and red background.

E.T. Retro Purple Sweater – $55

This purple sweater shows E.T.’s portrait at the center, with art depicting his spaceship and a heart with “I Love E.T.” on the top and bottom.

E.T. 40th Anniversary Retro Art Glass – $10

This glass shows off Elliott, Michael, and Gertie in retro art form as well as E.T. looking up at his spaceship, looking out while his finger and heart are lit up and a Speak & Spell is below, and among a pile of stuffed animals while Elliott and E.T. fly past the moon above.

E.T. “Where Are You From?” Raglan Hoodie – $60

This raglan long-sleeve shirt shows the silhouettes of E.T. and Elliott on the rainbow background with “Where Are You From?” written above.

Below is written “The mystery. The suspense. The adventure. The call… that started it all.” and an E.T. 40 logo.

The sleeve has a sunset design across the entire arm that culminates in a silhouette of Elliott and E.T. flying past the moon.

I ♥ E.T. T-Shirt – $35

This four-panel shirt has the E.T. logo in the top left corner, the creature in disguise on the top right, Gertie and E.T. together on the bottom left, and a silhouette with “I’m Keeping Him” on the bottom right.

E.T. Hoodie Keychain – $12

E.T. takes up Elliott’s hoodie with a lit finger that sadly does not actually light up on this keychain.

E.T. Patch Keychain – $11

The front and back of this show E.T. in the red hoodie, just like the keychain above.

E.T. Felt Pennant – $12

A large felt pennant is on sale with E.T. in the red hoodie, but this time almost seemingly holdding the iconic moon image.

E.T. “Phone Home” Shirt – $35

The shirt depicts E.T.’s first encounter with Elliott, with the words “phone home” written three times in increasingly brighter blues below.

“Together We Shine” Ringer T-Shirt – $30

A red and white ringer shirt with the flying image at the center. Above and below are “together we shine.”

E.T. Vintage Art T-Shirt – $25

This shirt shows various images and poses of E.T. along with the flying scene in a vintage art style.

E.T. Peel & Stick Patch Set – $11

E.T.’s spaceship takes up two patches, with a third depicting his portrait.

E.T. “Be Good” Raglan Shirt – $30

E.T. sits off-center with a lit heart and finger as the line art words “Be Good” sit to the left and below.

E.T. Vintage Art Sweater – $44

Taking inspiration from more modern poster art styles, E.T. sits at the center of this sweater, with his spaceship taking off to the right and Elliott and E.T. flying on the left.

E.T. “Be Good” Wall Art – $18

E.T. sits off-center with a lit heart and finger as the line art words “Be Good” sit to the left and below. Above is the flying scene.

E.T. Stickers – $8

Four stickers are part of this pack. The first shows a portrait of E.T. with “The Extra-Terrestrial Since 1982” written along the sides. The second is a blue heart with “I Love E.T.” To the bottom left is the flying scene with “E.T. Phone Home” written over. And finally, the bottom right is a pot of flowers on a muted rainbow background with “I’ll Be Right Here” below.

E.T. Magnets – $15

These two magnets show “I Heart E.T.” and the “Be Good” design with E.T. to the upper right.

E.T.’s Spaceship T-Shirt – $35

This is an orange tee with E.T.’s spaceship at the center, flanked by “The Extra-Terrestrial 19 82.”

On the sleeve is another look at the spaceship with “Man from the Moon” around the sides, and an E.T. 40 logo below.

E.T. “Phone Home” Decorative License Plate – $35

If you want to add a nice touch to your car’s front bumper (or just to the wall”, this vanity plate reads “PHN HME”. Sandwiched between is the flying scene, and “Universal Studios” is written atop.

E.T. Constellation iPhone 12/13 Pro Max Case – $30

Earth sits at the bottom, with the film’s logo above and a constellation design of E.T. and Elliot’s fingers touching.

E.T. Flying iPhone 12/12 Pro Case – $30

An almost ethereal image of E.T. comes out of the forests below, with his heart showing the iconic flying scene.

E.T. “Phone Home” iPhone 12/13 Pro Max Case – $30

The case depicts E.T.’s first encounter with Elliott, with the words “phone home” written three times in increasingly brighter blues below.

Various U-Design Kiosk Phone Cases – $30

E.T. Phone Home Apple Watch Band – $40

The upper band shows a neon outline of E.T.’s face along with a phone and a home. The lower band reads “Since 1982” encircled by blue and yellow.

E.T. UOAP Ornament – $15

Finally, exclusive to Universal Orlando Annual Passholders is this ornament, which shows E.T. and Elliott flying above, with E.T. at the foreground front left pointing at his heart.

Jaws Merchandise

Jaws Hanging Keychain – $10

Here we see Jaws hanging off the keychain as seen both in the film and outside at Universal Studios Florida.

Jaws Magnets – $10

Red, white, and blue marine flags make up the inspiration here, with a multicolor shark on attack atop, and “Jaws since 1975” below.

Jaws Magnet – $10

Here, “Jaws” logos and art designs sit on the bottom, while a “Jaws” logo with the shark taking place of the “a” is extruded.

Jaws Keychain – $9

A fairly basic keychain showing the film’s logo but with Jaws himself taking place of the “a.”

Amity Island Shark Tours Magnet – $10

In case you’re interested in a shark tour, you can grab this new magnet depicting the Amity Island Shark Tours.

Amity Island Shark Tours Pin – $11

The same design is also available in a pin.

Jaws Pin – $8

A fairly basic pin showing the film’s logo but with Jaws himself taking place of the “a.”

“You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat” Magnet – $10

This magnet shows images of both Jaws and the boat sent to capture him with “You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat” written around.

“You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat” Pin – $11

The same design is also available as a pin.

Jaws Magnet – $10

An interesting magnet with multiple layers inspired by the movie poster.

“You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat” Tank Top – $27

This blue tank top reads “You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat!” on an outline of Jaws, with the boat below.

Jaws Pin Set – $15

This basic set of pins shows “Amity Island 1975”, a life raft with a chunk taken out and a “Jaws” logo at center, a “Jaws” logo below a shark’s mouth which subtly says “bite me”, and a “J” shape with “since 1975” at the bottom.

“You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat” Raglan Tee – $30

The same design as seen earlier takes up residence on a red and white raglan tee here.

Amity Island Shark Tours Tank Top – $27

This tank top is blue on the inside and back, and white on the front. It reads “Amity Island Shark Tours Massachusetts.”

The back side depicts the alternate Jaws logo seen on other items.

Amity Boat Tours Pin – $10

This pin shows the logo for Amity Boat Tours. “Universal Studios Florida EST. 1990” is written below.

Amity Boat Tours T-Shirt – $25

The same design is depicted on a t-shirt, but only in white this time.

Jaws Steel Tumbler – $25

JAWS iconography is splattered around this steel tumbler, including the logo for the film with the “a” replaced by Jaws.

Jaws Light-Up Snowglobe – $20

This interesting snowglobe features Jaws emerging from the water at the center, with glitter falling around if shaken. A switch on the bottom toggles a multicolor LED within.

Jaws RSVLTS Button-Up – $70

This extremely busy shirt is covered in different images from the film as well as “You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat!”

Jaws Shark Blueprint – $25

A blueprint for the original Jaws animatronic shark is seen in this sketch.

Amity Island Welcome Sign – $35

The “Amity Island Welcomes You” sign, which formerly stood in Universal Studios Florida and remains in Universal Studios Japan.

Jaws RSVLTS Button-Down Shirt – $70

This two-tone blue shirt is reminiscent of the film’s classic poster, with Jaws emerging from the bottom to attack a swimmer halfway up the shirt.

Jaws Lunch Box – $24

A throwback to classic lunchboxes that were a staple of millions of childhoods, this lunchbox shows the film’s key art on one side, and a notice reading “No swimming! Hazardous Area, Beach Closed.”

Amity Island Shark Tours Magnet – $12

Jaws iPhone 12/13 Pro Max Case – $30

Various U-Design Jaws iPhone Cases – $30

Jaws Apple Watch 38/40/41mm Band – $40

Back to the Future Merchandise

“OUTATIME” Tie-Dye Hoodie – $100

Feeling groovy? This tie-dye hoodie shows the DeLorean in its design from “Back to the Future: Part III” stranded in the desert. Above reads “OUTATIME”, while below it says “The Hundreds” and “Back to the Future.”

Courthouse Sketch – $25

Fans of the iconic scene at the courthouse from the first film will enjoy this sketch of the set design.

Back to the Future Raglan Shirt – $25

This blue and white raglan long-sleeve shirt shows the film’s logo at center, with cutesy versions of Marty and Doc Brown on the left among other imagery from the series.

Neon Back to the Future T-Shirt – $35

This very bright and busy neon design consists of mostly pinks, blues, and yellows. The film series logo uses all three, with a DeLorean in similar colors next to it. Around are triangles, lines, and even lightning bolts to accent.

“My Other Ride is a Time Machine” T-Shirt – $20

This simple blue shirt reads “My Other Ride is a Time Machine” around a stylized Hoverboard.

Back to the Future Neon Tire Tracks Shirt – $27

Neon yellow, pink, and blue lightning bolts emerge from both the tire tracks and the back exhaust vents as the DeLorean speeds along to 88 miles per hour.

Back to the Future Neon Mug – $15

Back to the Future Steel Tumbler – $25

Hoverboard Wood Sign – $35

A large wooden sign shows off the Hover Board and a presumed logo for it, with the series wordmark below.

Hoverboard Keychain – $14

Back to the Future Keychain – $9

Here we see less neon, more blues, greens, yellows, and pinks in the logo on a plain black background.

Hoverboard Pin – $14

Back to the Future Pin – $9

Back to the Future Neon Pin – $11

Back to the Future Neon Keychain – $14

Back to the Future Neon/Hoverboard Magnet Set – $15

Back to the Future Symbols Magnet Set – $12

Iconography from the series makes an appearance on this magnet set, including Marty’s vest, the clock tower, a Hoverboard, the OUTATIME license plate, a DeLorean, and a Flux Capacitor.

Back to the Future RSVLT Button-Down – $70

All over this shirt we see art of Doc and Marty from the film’s opening as they test the DeLorean for the first time. Lightning bolts are scattered throughout, with subtle depictions of the Flux Capacitor and the courthouse. But of course, we can’t forget images of the DeLorean both speeding along to 88mph and with its gull-wing doors open.

Hoverboard Button-Down – $70

This simple sky blue button-down is patterned all over with Hoverboards.

Back to the Future Icons Shirt – $25

Back to the Future Neon Tank Top – $25

This neon-style tank top shows a collage of the film’s logo outlined on the left, with a DeLorean outline in pink on the bottom and a basic Flux Capacitor depiction on the right.

Back to the Future Logo Magnet Set – $15

Back to the Future DeLorean Button-Down – $70

Remember the DeLorean flying through the skies in “Back to the Future: Part II?” This shirt is patterned with that same image as it flies through the night sky.

“OUTATIME” DeLorean Sign – $30

An ’80s design if there ever was one, this sign shows off the DeLorean with lightning surrounding it on a grid pattern, with “OUTATIME” written in pink.

“You Are My Density” Sign – $30

An iconic flub of George McFly’s from the first film, this sign reads “You Are My Density.”

Various U-Design Phone Cases – $30

Classic Movies Merchandise

Classic Movies Poster – $17

All of these items show a Universal Studios logo along with imagery from “Jaws”, “Back to the Future”, and “E.T.”

Classic Movies Mug – $15

Classic Movies Shirt – $25

Classic Movies Keychain – $14

Classic Movies Pins – $15

Classic Movies Keychain – $14

Classic Movies Glass – $10

Classic Movies Sign – $30

We found all of these items inside the new retro movies-themed Summer Tribute Store at Universal Studios Florida, so be sure to stop in if you’re a big fan of “Back to the Future”, “E.T.”, or “Jaws”! And let us know what your favorite items were in the comments below.

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Video: John Williams Conducts Pacific Symphony Orchestra In Playing Classic Tunes and Sneak Peek of “Obi-Wan Kenobi” Score

Legendary composer John Williams was on scene at Star Wars Celebration this evening, giving fans the classic scores they look forward to, as well as a taste of the score from the upcoming Disney+ Original Series, Obi-Wan Kenobi. What’s Happening: As part of the fun of Star Wars Celebration 2022 in Anaheim, The grand finale of Lucasfilm’s Studio […]

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Curbs Removed From Center Street at Magic Kingdom

Earlier this month, construction began on replacing the pavement of Center Street off Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom.

Construction walls cut off the street halfway down.

Past the construction walls, all of the bricks are gone. The red sidewalks remain intact.

Crews have now removed the curbs at the edge of the street.

Center Street has some extra seating perfect for Magic Kingdom guests who need a minute of silence.

After this half of Center Street is completely replaced, crews will likely move to the front half of the street.

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