New Concept Art for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway

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There was a media event today at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It was packed with all kinds of great information.  Including new concept art for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway-opening in 2019.

 

What I love about the upcoming new attraction is how they are working with the people on the new animated shorts and keeping it consistent in style and feeling.

Of course this falls in line with the new focus for Disney Hollywood Studios centered on guest immersion. This definitely falls into that from the description of the new attraction.

The fun begins when you see the premiere of a new cartoon short with Mickey and Minnie preparing for a picnic. As they head out, they drive alongside a train and find out that the engineer is Goofy. Then, one magical moment lets you step into the movie and on Goofy’s train for a wacky, wild ride.

To be fair I do think The Great Movie Ride was great because it combined passive “behind the scenes” with interactive excitement and I do miss it, but I’m really looking forward to seeing the attraction.

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