Interview: Paul Nichols, Executive Producer at Disney Parks Live Entertainment

A handful of Cast Members look after Disneyland Paris during its temporary closure, some on site, most of them, working at home. Paul is one of those Magic Keepers. The InsidEARS team met with him to learn more about his role:   Tell us about your background and experience… I’ve been with The Walt Disney […]

The Life and Death of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show

 “Another One Bites the Dust” – John Deacon, Queen. 2020 has certainly been an eventful year. The coronavirus pandemic has changed the world, Disneyland Paris included. The French parks were closed for four months and even though they reopened in July, there is still a distinct lack of parades and performances, along with plenty of […]

Disneyland Paris News & Photo Update: October 18-24, 2020

Well it’s been a relatively drama-free week at Disneyland Paris, on 2020 standards! Halloween is in full swing as we approach the end of October, construction and refurbishments continue to move along, solar power and a global merchandise release! Let’s take a look: Energize! A project we’ve been following since reopening is construction on Guest […]

Disneyland Paris News & Photo Report, October 10-17, 2020

Another week, another set of worrying 2020 news – this time it’s a new 9pm curfew. Otherwise we saw interesting developments for the Standby Pass project, the new internal Pride network, oh and we got a plane! Let’s take a look: Go To Your Room As France continues (like many nations) to struggle with the […]

Halloween 2020 – Interview with the Season’s Scenographers

During Disney’s Halloween Festival, Disneyland Paris is transformed into a playground for spirits and ghosts thanks to the decorations imagined by Disneyland Paris’ Scenographers. But how do they go about immersing guests in the spirit of the party? Jérôme and Thomas reveal some of their secrets to the InsidEARS team:   What does a scenographer […]

Disneyland Paris Aerial Construction Update – October 11, 2020

We got a plane! That’s how I started our Twitter coverage. It’s of course an over simplification but part of an effort to provide different angles in HD for what is set to be the biggest set of construction projects in the history of the Resort, over the next years. Let’s take a look at […]

Spoiler-free Review: Pixar’s “Soul”

Despite the wave of changes and cancellations, I was lucky to attend a very socially distanced screening of Soul at the London Film Festival. Back in 2015, Pete Docter took us on a journey through Riley’s emotional development, and ultimately our own. With Soul, Docter and his team of storytellers, never afraid of a tackling […]

Disneyland Paris News & Photo Report: October 4-10, 2020

Welcome to a new edition of our weekly report! This week marked another milestone in the fight to remain open for the Resort with a new set of cost control measures announced or becoming applicable. Thankfully there’s still a ton of fun to be had in the Parks for Halloween, some fun food and merchandise, […]