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  1. thethemeparkguy is offline Senior Park Investigator
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  2. Anonymous Guest
    Taken from the freeway:




  3. Anonymous Guest
    The brand new Shanghai Disney Resort will stage the popular Disney musical, The Lion King, when it opens next year.

    The Broadway show will be staged in Mandarin at the theme park’s 1,200-seat Grand Theatre, which is currently under construction adjacent to Shanghai Disneyland. This will be the world’s first production of The Lion King performed in Mandarin.
    Source:
    http://www.traveldailymedia.com/208804/lion-king-to-arrive-at-shanghai-disney/

  4. Anonymous Guest
    Latest picture of the Tron coaster and video, found on http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com




  5. Anonymous Guest
    Awesome pictures, thanks for posting them!!

  6. Anonymous Guest
    I passed the Shanghai Disney resort on the MAGLEV train to the north of the site. We were going 270 mph, so I'm glad I didn't blink or I would've missed it.


    The castle is beginning to go up.




    The Tron coaster is covered, but not enclosed yet. I could make out the track, but the pictures don't do it justice. The castle is behind the clump of trees on the left.


  7. from Ivan is offline Curious Chap
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    Here are some new satellite photos of Shanghai Disneyland, taken this month. Buildings start to appear, there are new digs and the lake of Adventureland is being prepared.

    They also started leveling the area on the right of the park, the site of the future second gate.







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  9. Anonymous Guest
    Pirates of the Caribbean structure:


  10. Anonymous Guest
    Interesting:

    the Walt Disney Company on Monday announced a deal to increase spending on its coming Shanghai megaresort by $800 million.
    A spokeswoman said the $800 million would flow entirely toward new offerings and that the deal in no way reflected budget overruns.
    Source:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/29/business/media/owners-to-invest-800-million-more-in-shanghai-disneyland.html

    Is that true? The claim of the spokeswoman?

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