The following is a current listing of current events from The Walt Disney Company.


Walt Disney PicturesEdit

Theatrical ReleasesEdit

NOTE: All release dates are for the USA and are subject to change.

  • No new features in theatres at this time.

DVD/Blu-Ray ReleasesEdit

  • See 2012 for the current list.


Walt Disney Animation StudiosEdit

  • Wreck-It Ralph is now in theaters.
  • Phineas and Ferb Originally slated to be released in theaters on July 26, 2013, it has been pushed back and will come out sometime in 2014.

Pixar Animation StudiosEdit

  • Brave (formerly called The Bear and The Bow) came out on DVD and Blu-Ray on November 13
  • A 3-D re-release of Monsters, Inc. will be held on December 19th. This will serve as a prelude to Monsters University, the "prequel" to said film, scheduled for a June 21, 2013 relaese.

Theme Parks


  • No news to report.

Disneyland ResortEdit


Closures and RefurbishmentsEdit

Disney California AdventureEdit

  • Disney has finished its' $1 billion, five-year capital improvement plan and expansion for Disney California Adventure.
  • A new live show, titled "Mickey's Fly Girls Charter Airlines", has opened in Condor Flats, including the DLR's first use of the interactive Minnie Mouse used at Disney World.

Closures for RerurbishmentsEdit

  • No new closings have been reported.

Downtown DisneyEdit

  • N/A


  • The Disneyland Hotel has completed an extensive refurbishment. The three towers, “Marina”, “Sierra”, and “Bonita” have respectivly been renamed “Magic”, “Dream” and “Wonder”. A new suite, based on the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction and movie franchise, has also be added.

Walt Disney WorldEdit

NOTE: For all hard ticket events, information is available on the Walt Disney World Resort’s web site. Tickets are available at WDW in advance or on the day of the event (costs for those dates are additional), by calling 1-407-W-DISNEY on online.

The Magic KingdomEdit

  • The expansion of Fantasyland has now officially opened on December 6th. Attractions will include:
  • Snow White's Scary Adventures closed on May 31st and will become a a new meet and greet attraction for the Princesses.
  • Princess Merida, heroine of the new Disney-Pixar movie Brave, has taken over the graden alongside Cinderella Castle.
  • You can now find Tinker Bell and her fairy friends at Adventure Land.


  • The World Showcase Adventure recieved a makeover from Kim Possible to Phineas and Ferb's Agent P. The last day for the Kim Possible format was May 17th, with Agent P taking over with the soft opening on June 15th, and official debut eight days later.
  • According to the Disney Parks' official blog,Test Track, now presented solely by Chevrolet, has officially re-opened on December 6th (with a soft opening earlier that week) after a nearly eight-month makeover, with an all-new color scheme, "Sim-Car", Pre-Show, and merchandise

Disney's Hollywood StudiosEdit

  • An interactive Phineas and Ferb meet and greet is now at DHS behind the MuppetVision theatre.

Disney's Animal KingdomEdit

  • Other than the announcement of Avatar, no major news has been heard from.

ESPN's Wide World of Sports ComplexEdit

  • Thanks to a agreement with HanesBrands, the facility's baseball stadium has been renamed “Champion Stadium”.
  • The Atlanta Braves will return in 2013 for Spring Training.
  • A new agreement with HP has renamed the main fieldhouse the HP Fieldhouse.

Water ParksEdit

Downtown DisneyEdit

  • No news to report.


  • No current news of other improvements have been reported.

International ParksEdit

Disneyland Resort ParisEdit

  • The park is celebrating its' 20th anniversary this year..

Tokyo Disney ResortEdit

Tokyo DisneylandEdit

  • The resort is celebrating their 30th anniversary next year.

Tokyo DisneySeaEdit

Hong Kong DisneylandEdit

Other Properties

Theatrical ProductionsEdit

  • The Lion King, Mary Poppins, along with multiple Tony Award winning shows Peter and the Starcatcher and the musical adapation of Newsies continue with performances.
  • Phineas and Ferb: The Best LIVE Tour Ever! has returned for a second season of touring.

Disney on IceEdit

  • The 2012-13 show, titled "Rockin' Ever After", featuring the on-ice debut of Princess Merida from Brave, debuted August 31 in Lakeland, Florida.
  • 'Dare to Dream', featuing Princesses Rapunzel, Tiana and Cinderella., Let's Celebrate!, featuring a look at winter, Halloween, an "Unbirthday Party", a Princesses ball and other events featuring Princess Tiana from The Princess and the Frog, and Toy Story 3, and Worlds of Fantasy, a show featuring segments based on Cars, The Little Mermaid, The Lion King and Tinker Bell and the Disney Fairies franchise, plus a new pre-show based on the Disney Princess franchise, are currently on tour.

Non-Theme Park ResortsEdit

  • The Disney Hotel/DVC villa resort in Hawai'i has opened near Diamond Head named The Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina.
  • All Disney Vacation Club resorts have been renamed Disney Deluxe Villa Resorts to entice non-DVC club members to vacation.

Disney Cruise LineEdit

  • The "Disney Dream" and “Disney Fantasy” are both at sea sailing. The two original Disney Cruise Ships, “Disney Wonder” and “Disney Magic” have berths in Long Beach, California for trips to the Mexican Rivera and Vancouver, BC for Alaskan cruises for the Wonder, while the Magic is based in Barcalona, Spain for Mediterranean cruises. Ports have also been established in New York City and outside Houston, Texas for additional cruises.

Other NewsEdit

  • None to report.
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