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Kat

Legends of the Force: Epilogue

Let’s start this off by saying I’m a Star Wars fan. I grew up watching the original trilogy with my dad, then watched the prequels with my friends and cringed at the less than stellar lines and terrible CGI.

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Théo

#DLPAttractionsLeague – And the winner is …

After 3 weeks of intense face-offs and about 100K votes across our social media accounts, the #DLPAttractionsLeague has crowned a winner! In a finale where Big Thunder Mountain was facing Pirates of the Caribbean, you decided to choose « the

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Jenn

Book Club: Disneyland Paris Heritage

Who said that the enchantement of Disney parks should stop when you leave Disney Village? A whole collection of books have been published over the years! But which one to read? In this series of blog posts we’ll introduce you to a selection of the best ones dedicated to the parks and their most popular attractions!
Let’s talk about a very special booklet: : Disneyland Paris célèbre son patrimoine et ses métiers d’art.

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Kat

Kat & Zoe’s Favorite things are Disneyland Park

KAT: Hello, everyone! Today for an American in Disneyland Paris, we’re going to be doing something a little different. This week’s article is going to be a comparison of American and British favorites with a special collaboration between DLPReport

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Ben

Disneyland Paris News & Photo Update – March 1 – 7, 2020

It was mostly business as usual this week at the Resort, with some great character moments, Electroland news, St. David’s Day and of course plenty of updates on the many construction and refurbishment projects. Let’s dig in! Preventive Measures

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Kat

An American in (Disneyland Paris), Part 12: Walking Through!

Walkthrough attractions. Some people love them and obsess over tiny details in the displays, while others see them as a waste of space that should be torn down for more interesting attractions with a ride track. Personally, I absolutely

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Ben

Disneyland Paris News & Photo Update: February 16 – 22, 2020

Despite school holidays, this week saw the start of several large scale refurbishment projects – and especially resurfacing. We also said goodbye to the Tram Tour Station, discovered a new TV ad and got flooded with Disney+ posters.. let’s

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Wissem

Review: “Onward” (Spoiler Free)

Two years after the phenomenon that was Coco, Pixar is back this winter with a new original story based on the themes of self-recovery and grief. This time, the journey is complex and multi-dimensional, this time, Ian and Barley’s

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Julien

Review: “Call of the Wild” (Spoiler Free)

We were graciously invited to a preview screening for The Call of The Wild at “Le Publicis” cinema in central Paris on Friday, February 14th 2020. Already known to Disney fans as the director of 2002’s Lilo & Stitch,