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I'd like to know when they are in the other parks filming segments. I'd assume the entire day before. I'm also wondering if they will really setup at the castle or if they could somehow do it from the train station. I also just can't see them broadcasting this to the live crowd and pumping in all that noise and video.
According to this they will be at the train station.
I was about to ask about whether anybody would be in the park at the start of the show since I don't remember ever making RD at MK. I wouldn't be surprised if they added morning EMH for MK that day (currently scheduled for AK only).
I'm active on a sports broadcasting forum and we've been talking about this possibility for awhile. I suggested that they should do the show from DS (near the Boathouse would have been nice) for better accessibility and to lower the chances of having people there who have no interest in the show. The biggest thing that concerns me is no signs or flags allowed since signs are such an integral part of the show (although you wouldn't want a minor seeing some of them) and there's such a long streak of "Ol' Crimson", the Washington State University flag, appearing at Gameday. Maybe Disney will make a one-time exception to the no flags/signs rule like they do for the no costumes rule during MNSSHP.
 

crazy4wdw

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Fall 2019 Issue of D23 Magazine:

We can’t wait for this fall, when Disney+ launches with a slate of original programming we will absolutelybinge watch, and to celebrate, we’re giving fans a sneak peek at some of the streaming service’s most highly anticipated programming, including the live-action adaptation of Lady and the Tramp. The film’s stars, voiced by Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux, chatted exclusively with Disney twenty-three about bringing this beloved story to life—complete with a canine cast of rescue dogs who found “forever homes” when production ended.

Also coming to Disney+ when it launches November 12 (we can hardly wait!) is The Mandalorian, the first-ever live-action Star Wars series, which will introduce a new caravan of characters in this story set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. Writer and executive producer Jon Favreau and members of the cast sat down to talk about the thrilling new show. Plus, the energetic cast and creator of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series took a break from filming to talk about their meta, magical new show.
But that’s not all! Rounding out this exclusive look at Disney+, film historian Leonard Maltin selects some of his favorite movies that are coming out of the vault when the service launches, and television reporter Craig Tomashoff takes a look at some of the fan-favorite TV making its way to Disney+, including the original DuckTales, That’s So Raven, and Star Wars Rebels.
And the 12 luminaries who are being celebrated as Disney Legends at D23 Expo, including Christina Aguilera, Robert Downey Jr., Bette Midler, and Ming-Na Wen, sat down exclusively with Disney twenty-three to talk about what the honor means to them.
Also included in the Fall issue of Disney twenty-three:
  • Michelle Pfeiffer reveals secrets about her character—and working alongside Angelina Jolie—in this fall’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
  • A look inside the August 1962 issue of National Geographic, which featured dozens of pages showcasing The Walt Disney Studios and Disneyland
  • Stars of Modern Family recall their favorite Disney moments
  • A peek inside the new book The Art of Disney Costuming: Heroes, Villains, and Spaces Between, inspired by the Walt Disney Archives exhibit at D23 Expo 2019
  • From the Desk Of: Walt Disney Archives Director Becky Cline
  • Regular features including By the Numbers, Character Analysis, D Society, and Ask Dave
Disney twenty-three, which is delivered directly to fans’ doorsteps, is offered exclusively to D23 Gold and Gold Family Members as a benefit of their membership. The latest issue will begin arriving in late August.
 
  • BaymaxFan78

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    I'd like to know when they are in the other parks filming segments. I'd assume the entire day before. I'm also wondering if they will really setup at the castle or if they could somehow do it from the train station. I also just can't see them broadcasting this to the live crowd and pumping in all that noise and video.
    I remember awhile back they had some british talk show that they filmed there. They had this giant stage set up where the flag poles are on the "town center" area of main street. Maybe they will do something similar.
     

    afan

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    According to this they will be at the train station.
    I was about to ask about whether anybody would be in the park at the start of the show since I don't remember ever making RD at MK. I wouldn't be surprised if they added morning EMH for MK that day (currently scheduled for AK only).
    I'm active on a sports broadcasting forum and we've been talking about this possibility for awhile. I suggested that they should do the show from DS (near the Boathouse would have been nice) for better accessibility and to lower the chances of having people there who have no interest in the show. The biggest thing that concerns me is no signs or flags allowed since signs are such an integral part of the show (although you wouldn't want a minor seeing some of them) and there's such a long streak of "Ol' Crimson", the Washington State University flag, appearing at Gameday. Maybe Disney will make a one-time exception to the no flags/signs rule like they do for the no costumes rule during MNSSHP.
    The randomness of the bag checks, being thorough or just a quick look, it'd be easy to get the flag in and hold it up long enough for it to be seen. Knowing many wazzu grads, growing up and living near seattle, I expect it'll be there.
     
  • soniam

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    Never done a subscription service like this, but this one seems pretty darn cool (at least potentially)
    That's not a bad price either. I might have to do this.
     
  • rteetz

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    LoganBrown1990

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    I love horror, but I stumbled across that movie on TV in middle school and still can't deal with it :rotfl2:
     

    fatmanatee

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    Ordering link? For this and other Disney subscriptions.....?
    Not available yet.

    "ShopDisney has just announced their latest subscription box – Disney Backstage Collection. Launching this month at D23 and available for order in September, subscribers can delight in rare artwork from Disney animated films and theme parks, turning up their fandom with untold backstories from animators and archivists."
     

    sherlockmiles

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    Not available yet.

    "ShopDisney has just announced their latest subscription box – Disney Backstage Collection. Launching this month at D23 and available for order in September, subscribers can delight in rare artwork from Disney animated films and theme parks, turning up their fandom with untold backstories from animators and archivists."
    I saw that - thanks.

    The article implied there are currently other subscription boxes available. Do you order those via ShopDisney? I am assuming that wherever you access the current Disney subscriptions is where you would access this one as well.
     


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