Posted September 28, 2018 07:23:23Disney World’s iconic park will be built around an immersive new “world” in 2019, as the theme park’s CEO says the park’s future hinges on the ability to create an “inclusive” experience for everyone.
During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Mickey and Minnie Mouse are seen talking with a group of children.
While it’s unclear what the group is talking about, the article says Disney is looking to make the park “a place that people feel comfortable and feel part of.”
“The magic of the park will depend on whether people feel that they can share and be part of it,” Disney World CEO Bob Chapek told the publication.
“We need to figure out how to make that work.”
While the park won’t open until 2022, it’s believed the “world”-like concept will begin sometime in 2019.
The “world,” or park, will have a number of unique features, including a new interactive ride called Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The park is expected to open by 2019, and will have two themed attractions: the Fantasyland and The Land Before Time.
Both attractions will be themed around a new story that will unfold during the ride.
Disney will also be creating a new space in 2019 that will be called “The Magic of Tomorrow” and will include a new “storyline” and a new character.
The theme park has a history of opening at the same time as other theme parks in other countries, such as the London Eye.
It opened in 1875, and the park was then known as The World of Tomorrow until it was renamed The World Tomorrow in 1957.
Disney World has also opened at the start of each new summer, usually at Epcot in Florida, the park opening date for 2020.