THEATER IN THE WILD
In 1998, Theater in the Wild opened its doors and has been home to three big Disney shows at the Animal Kingdom parc.
Originally , it was an open-air amphitheater and its debut was with the show Journey into the Jungle Book, a 30-minute stage show with Mowgli, Baloo and King Louie retelling the story with songs.
Then in July 1999, Tarzan Rocks! took over the theater. It was a spectacular musical with dancers, singers and gymnasts with all the characters and music of the movie. I remember seeing this show myself in my second trip to WDW (I don’t remember much of my first as I was quite young).
Now, the theater is home to the Finding Nemo- The Musical, a musical with amazing costumed, transporting the guest to the undersea adventure.
No plans as to what is going to be the next show to take over the theater, but continuing the tradition, it will be amazing when the time comes.
this is the best thing in the entire world
i’m actually crying
fucking turtles, man
it;s like, they know
It has been confirmed! FINDING NEMO 2 is coming to theatres in November 2015, and it is going to be called Finding Dory.
This has not only been publicly stated by Pixar, but also by the head of Disney France, Jean François Camilleri, through his twitter account.
Not much of a sequel lover, except when it comes to Pixar.
Who’s excited about Finding Dory too?
These films have impacted us all, which one has a special place in your heart?
TOY STORY 4 IN PRODUCTION?
Sadly, the answer is no. At least a no for now. Yesterday it was announced that Finding Nemo 2 is in production, as Monsters Inc. 2 (Monsters University) is gonna be coming out as well, people were also insisting in the possibility of a Toy Story 4.
Some media even confirmed that TS 4 was in production, and John Lasseter came out to silence those rumours. He specified that there are some ideas of a posibility for Toy Story 4, but that the story was ended with Toy Story 3. He also said that Pixar is quite busy right now, as it plans to premiere Monsters University in 2013, The Good Dinausaur in 2014, Dia de los Muertos and The Untitled Movie that Takes You Inside the Mind in 2015 and, finally, Finding Nemo 2 in 2016.
I would say they have their hands full, right? Besides, I think that the end for Toy Story was PERFECT. And as much as I would like new and more adventures with these remarkable characters, I would much rather pay respect to what I believe ended well, and should stay that way.