The Story of “Moteurs . . . Action! Stunt Show Spectacular”

As a History Major, I feel obligated to tell the history of the Moteurs . . . Action! Stunt Show Spectacular before getting into the actual storyline of the show, because no, it’s not just a big explosion of cars – It’s Disney, there has to be an interesting backstory! The History of the Stunt […]

Travelling to Disneyland Paris on the Eurostar

With U.K. lifting restrictions on travel to and from France, getting to Disneyland Paris is possible once again via Eurostar service. I traveled to the Resort via central Paris (direct service to Disneyland Paris will resume August 2). Here’s a breakdown of my experience! (Note: I paid for my own trip) At the Station St. […]

Lost in Production – A Spoiler-Free Review of Artemis Fowl

I went into the new Artemis Fowl movie with zero knowledge of the book series. According to some comments I’d seen on social media from book fans, there was very little accuracy. From what I could tell from watching the movie, Artemis Fowl Jr. has just been introduced into the world of fairies and magic, […]

Plan your 1992 Euro Disneyland trip

As we are unable to transport you to the park through our live coverage, we decided to appeal to nostalgia and send you back to 1992, more precisely, in summer, just a few months after the opening of Euro Disney. Prepare your stay and discover or rediscover the disappeared attractions and restaurants, the incredible menus […]

Book Club: Maps of the Disney Parks: Charting 60 Years from California to Shanghai

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 […]

Book Club: Disney Parks presents The Haunted Mansion

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 […]

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.

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, Chris Sanders mixes live action with 3D animation for the onscreen adaptation of Jack London’s novel: […]