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25th Anniversary Celebration

Saturday, 20th October 2007

Video: Final HSM On Tour, rides & interview with Corbin Bleu at Walt Disney Studios

ImageHere it is, the final part of our Corbin Bleu mini-series! We’ve seen the High School Musical 2 star meeting journalists, starring in his own pre-parade, making a cameo in the final High School Musical On Tour and riding the attractions of the Studios. Now, you can see it all in two exclusive videos!

Thursday, 18th October 2007

Blockbuster thrills tested by Corbin Bleu

ImageBetween promotion for his new album and High School Musical 2, Corbin Bleu took the time to enjoy some of the biggest thrills at Walt Disney Studios Park during his visit on Monday, including favourite Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and a brand new experience for the American star — Crush’s Coaster!

Wednesday, 17th October 2007

Corbin Bleu closes High School Musical On Tour’s first season in Paris

ImageIn pictures. The first, extended season of High School Musical On Tour at Walt Disney Studios Park came to a close with one final performance this Monday, featuring one very special guest: Corbin Bleu, star of both the original film, its mega-hit sequal and “Jump In!”, another hit Disney Channel movie.

Saturday, 13th October 2007

Corbin Bleu to visit Walt Disney Studios this Monday

ImageCorbin Bleu, the irrepressibly “cool” star of High School Musical is set to make an unprecedented visit to Walt Disney Studios Park this coming Monday. Stars appearances are usually reserved for the press only. Not so for Corbin, who has a whole day planned to meet his fans…

Sunday, 7th October 2007

Oh happy day! First official trailer for ‘The Celebration Continues’

ImageWith the 25th Anniversary officially extended, work has already begun on a sequal to the successful campaign which marked its initial launch back in April. Following sightings of filmcrews in the park over past weeks, the first results are already online for the world to see… Oh happy day?

Sunday, 7th October 2007

Stitch Live logo takes on television conventions

ImageThe final logo for ‘Stitch Live‘ has been revealed in a showreel for the ‘25th Anniversary Continues… Big Time!’ advertisements, with an unusual style. Unlike any Disney attraction logo to come before, Stitch’s television studio debut appears to take on all the characteristics of a TV title card.

Friday, 5th October 2007

England rugby team make headlines for Disneyland

ImageThe England rugby team visited Disneyland Resort Paris last Saturday, taking a day off with their families following victory against Tonga and giving some generous free headlines to the resort. If watching matches in the Sports Bar seems exciting, imagine a real-life Jonny Wilkinson strolling down Main Street

Thursday, 4th October 2007

25th Anniversary EXTENDED… “en grande!”

ImageDisneyland Resort Paris has extended its year-long 25th Anniversary Celebration. Originally launched on 1st April 2007 and due to close on 31st March 2008, the celebration is now confirmed to continue through the entire 2008 season, with travel brochures already pushing the extension.

Sunday, 23rd September 2007

Red carpet rolls into new Christmas promotions

ImageThe theme of a “red carpet to Disneyland” used throughout all advertising for the 25th Anniversary Celebration extends through the resort’s seasonal celebrations this month, as seen in some rather enchanting new promotional posters for the upcoming Christmas Season, just released by Disneyland Resort Paris.

Sunday, 16th September 2007

The Twilight Zone means business, plus a new commercial

ImageThe Twilight Zone means business, and not simply with its faster-than-gravity drop. For Disneyland Resort Paris, the opening of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is their biggest new attraction launch for years, and a great chance for new and bigger business. The aptly-named DLRP Business Solutions are well aware — since last week, already advertising a very special elevator drop…

Thursday, 13th September 2007

Bougillumination Enchantée and Dreams of Christmas

ImageEXCLUSIVE in English. Before we’ve even had chance to anticipate the spooks and spectacles of Halloween, another giant seasonal celebration comes along and boosts itself “to the power of 15.” Disney’s Christmas Season begins on 10th November 2007, with the release this week of a brand new (not to mention spectacular) decorations visual and an exciting press release — in French. Luckily for you, we’ve translated it…

Tuesday, 11th September 2007

Halloween festival launches to the power of 15

ImageThe official website and advertising materials have now officially launched for the 2007 Halloween season at Disneyland Resort Paris, with the tagline “Halloween to the power of 15″ and a style which suggests the festival may return more to its Frontierland roots following several slightly confused years. The launch also includes the new festival logo and some photos to advertise the Disney Villains’ Halloween Showtime

Wednesday, 5th September 2007

High School Musical On (an extended) Tour

ImageIt came out of nowhere in January 2006, but just last month its sequal scored the title of the most watched basic-cable television broadcast in US history with 17.2 million viewers. To call “High School Musical” a phenomenon wouldn’t even come close. And, for Walt Disney Studios Park, the success has provided a blockbuster summer and an extended run for High School Musical On Tour.

Wednesday, 5th September 2007

Alpha Bet You Are going to miss us, aren’t you?

Image“Following the letters, the letters, the letters…” goes the music of Alpha Bet You Are, the 25th Anniversary’s most unique piece of streetmosphere. But don’t follow them for too long, because before you know it you’ll be outside the park, in storage. The daily cavalcade of letters spelling the word “Disneyland” in character-themed costumes officially comes to an end on 30th September 2007.

Friday, 10th August 2007

Disney’s Hollywood Studios and what it means to Paris

ImageIf you haven’t already heard, Disney-MGM Studios is now officially no more. For only the third time in their history (following EPCOT Center and Euro Disneyland) Disney are renaming an entire park. Ending years of speculation, Walt Disney World have announced the new name — Disney’s Hollywood Studios — and a package of new additions to relaunch the renamed park. But what does this mean for Paris?