In this edition of the Weekly Disney Round-Up: we get our first look at Disney+’s Behind The Attraction, construction on Tron Lightcycle continues, and details on EPCOT’s Food and Wine 2021 surface.
This is your Disney news round-up for the week of June 6, 2021.
Updated “Trapped Scene” Debuts in the Jungle Cruise: Guests riding the Jungle Cruise attraction will now be able to see another rethemed scene. The “trapped scene” has been updated in an effort to be more inclusive. Disney Imagineering has recently posted some still-shots of the change.
Big Thunder Mountain Closed for Refurbishments:The Wildest Ride in the Wilderness will be a little tamer the next few days. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is now temporarily closed for refurbishments.
Construction Continues on new Tron Coaster: Construction workers have continued to build out the exterior canopy on Tron Lightcycle Power Run in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom.
New Tiny World Magic Shot Now at EPCOT:Tiny World Magic Shot is a new imaginative photo op where guests will appear they are on top of the world.
Details on Food and Wine 2021 Released: Disney Parks has released details on EPCOT’s International Food and Wine Festival 2021. The festival will take place July 15 through November 20, so there is plenty of time to eat your way around the world. Let’s take a look at some of the fun itinerary.
Behind The Attraction Arriving on Disney+, July 16: A new original series titled, Behind The Attraction, will be released on Disney+ starting July 16, 2021. The series will take viewers backstage with an in-depth look at several iconic Disney Parks attractions.
Biggest Disney news this week: the end of mask mandates or Food and Wine 2021 details?