In Disney's Hollywood Studios, we have seen pictures of children dressed as Jedi - are light sabers available for use for the Star Wars Jedi Training, or do we need to bring our own?
- Asked by Julia from MN on 4/16/2008
Julia,Young Jedi Knights in training (aka "Padawans") who are lucky enough to be selected for this experience are provided a training light saber and a cape at the beginning of the show. So, no, you don't need to bring those with... read more
We are staying at the All-Star Sports resort from May 18- May 25. Will the new Toy Story Mania ride be open?
- Asked by Mitchell from TN on 4/15/2008
I think you should be in luck - yeah!!! The anticipated opening for Toy Story Mania is late May. It looks to be an absolute adventure. A ride in 4-D - - how truly amazing!I would anticipate that there will be significant crowds for this ride, so... read more
Hi, My family will be in WDW, December 8-16, 2008. Where is the new ride "Toy Story Mania" located in Holllywood Studios? Your information that you post is very help. See you in December.
- Asked by James from UT on 4/11/2008
James,So glad you find the information here helpful.The exact location of Toy Story Mania will be on Mickey Avenue between "Journey Into Narnia" and "Studios Backlot Tour." If you visited Disney-MGM a few years ago, it... read more
Hi Mom's, going to WDW in 6 days. Do you know if CM's film the Jedi Training show? If my child is picked to participate can I purchase a copy? If so what the cost is? I am debating on if I need to take my camcorder or not. Thanks for the great advice!
- Asked by Laura from NE on 4/10/2008
Wow you must be really excited for your trip! I hope your packing is going well.As far as I know, the Cast Members do not film the Jedi Training Academy shows.Take your camcorder. If your child is chosen to apprentice, you’ll want to have the... read more
We are going to Disney Sep13-20 and was wondering if you would do the Fantasmic dinner package to lessen the wait time for the show? Or since it is an off time of year, would you dine somewhere else and just walk up to the show? Thanks :)
- Asked by Lisa from VA on 4/10/2008
It depends on how much an extra 30 minutes of waiting time is worth to you. With only 1 showing of Fantasmic nightly, you have only two choices:1- wait approximately 60-75 minutes for the show (that’s all we’ve needed to wait in the off-season)2-... read more