Differences - DISNEY Reporter

Differences – DISNEY Reporter

Welcome to this week’s edition of the DISNEY Reporter. This week there is a wide variety of Disney and geek headlines to cover. Things start with last weekend’s CHOC Walk in the Park! It raised over $2.5 million for the Children’s Hospital of Orange County! This week LEGO also unveiled a new Disney train set that will allow fans to recreate Disney Parks trains with LEGOS!

Over at Walt Disney World Resort, there are two new ticketing options that were shared this week. For guests wanting to visit after 12:00 to one of the Walt Disney World Resort parks, there is a new mid-day ticket option. Guests visiting Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party can now get a Party Pass that will allow them to attend all the Halloween parties except for the one on Halloween night!

There are some other fun things happening in the Disney universe. For young Disney fans wanting to be Imagineers someday, there is now Imagineering in a Box! In movie news, Pixar’s Toy Story 4 passed the $1 Billion mark at the global box office this week!

Back in California next year Knott’s Berry Farm will celebrate it’s 100th anniversary! Next week in Anaheim the D23 Expo will return as Disney fans from around the globe descend on Orange County! Expect a lot of news coming out next week and DAPS MAGIC will be offering daily reports on the highlights of what is going on!

With that, those are the top headlines for this week’s DISNEY Reporter! We look forward to seeing you at the D23 Expo! Make it a great week everybody!

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