go to all the disney theme parks

I’m so jealous of the Disney fandom because they have ENTIRE THEME PARKS based off of their fandom
Imagine a musical theatre theme park!!!! Imagine how fun that would be!!!!! And you could meet your favourite characters and take pictures with them!!!!!! And go to restaurants based off of your favourite musicals!!!!!!! And buy all kinds of cool merch!!!!!!

In 2012, completely without permission, filmmaker Randy Moore shot Escape From Tomorrow, a horror movie set and filmed in Walt Disney World. It’s the story of a man who takes his family on vacation to a theme park and, over the course of a day, winds up going crazy after slowly discovering that the park is part of a psychological experiment run by an organization of people who may or may not be supernatural beings. Also, it might all be in his head. It’s … really kind of hard to explain.

So Moore had a really solid idea for what he wanted his movie to be about, but there was one problem, which you’ve already guessed: Disney doesn’t allow filming within its theme parks. And they weren’t about to make an exception for some guy making a violent horror movie about how Disney World is actually run by evil ghosts. Also, the Disney princesses work as high-class prostitutes and Mickey tries to crush a child to death. So yeah, not exactly the themes Disney wants to project as fun for the whole family.

But Moore wasn’t about to let that get in the way of his vision. He simply filmed the entire movie in secret. That was obviously much tougher than pretending to be a group of tourists with a camcorder. The cast and crew had to smuggle a full catalog of professional film equipment on site and set it up under the noses of every security guard and chump in a Goofy suit, all of whom are trained to smack down anyone doing exactly that. What resulted was a success story of guerrilla filmmaking that even the filmmakers didn’t realistically expect to be able to pull off.

5 Movies That Were Filmed In Literally Unbelievable Ways

Thursday- September 17th/2015

I started the morning with a bi-annual meeting we have at work called “Town Hall”, where our leadership John Lasseter, Ed Catmull and Andrew Millstein talk to the whole studio about what’s going on. It’s one of the only times during the year that all 900 feature studio employees get together in one spot! It’s always fun to see everyone together and hear all about the films in development, new projects and tidbits about the theme parks and consumer products. I’d be lying if I said the best part about morning meetings isn’t the croissants, banana bread, muffins and fresh coffee:D

Friday is upon us!

For the amount that Tumblr absolutely condemns Capitalism

Banksy creates an enormous dystopian Disney-themed park illustrating the horrors of Capitalism and the dangers of rapidly increasing demand in a limited resource economy

And then Tumblr condemns it for being too edgy and dark like what the fuck is wrong with y'all when are you all going to grow up and own your opinions

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Neil Patrick Harris Answers the Proust Questionnaire

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Probably being granted all-access to a Disney theme park with my husband, David, and a group of close friends—and just us—while we wandered and drank tropical tiki drinks. No judgment, no lines, no bad weather, and no hangovers. Oh, and our twins would be there too, but only when they’re happy and meltdown-free. I guess the same would go for David.

What is your greatest fear? That it all goes away and never comes back.

Which historical figure do you most identify with? P. T. Barnum.

What is your greatest extravagance? I bought a fantastic Yamaha Disklavier piano last year.

What is your favorite journey? David threw me a week-long scavenger hunt for my 40th birthday—it took me across the country. Best thing that has ever … no, could ever happen to me. He’s the jam.

Which words or phrases do you most overuse? I say the word “like” too much.

What is your greatest regret? Not going to college—it’d have made me smarterer and stuff.

What or who is the greatest love of your life?
My husband, David Michael Burtka. After more than 10 years, he still surprises me with his depth and makes me laugh. When he is happy my entire world is alive.

When and where were you happiest? I have many passions: magic, puppets, theater, architecture, etc. So I would have to say I’m happiest in places where all of those come together—at a Cirque du Soleil show or a Disney theme park, or immersive theater.

Which talent would you most like to have? I’d love to be able to dance with great skill.

What is your current state of mind? I’m harried—trying to compartmentalize many things in many worlds and give them all the attention they deserve.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? I’d forgive myself more.

What do you consider your greatest achievement? Fathering two absolutely exquisite children.

If you could choose what to come back as, what would it be? Probably one of those new Tesla cars.

What is your most treasured possession? Oddly, I still have my four wisdom teeth. I refuse to let them go or I’ll lose my wise parts. I also have a painting from the original Haunted Mansion in Disneyland. I fear if I talk about it too much someone in a plaid suit will show up at my door with some sort of warrant.

Where would you like to live? Hawaii. I can’t wait for Elon Musk to make those underground super tubes so I can travel there in 15 minutes.

What is your favorite occupation? Imagineer.

Who are your favorite writers? David Sedaris, Paulo Coelho, Anthony Bourdain, and my brother, Brian.

Who is your favorite hero of fiction? I’m torn between Indiana Jones and Kermit the Frog.

Who are your heroes in real life? President Obama, Pamela Fryman, and Jim Henson.

What is it that you most dislike? Entitlement.

How would you like to die? Quickly and by surprise. I don’t want the specter of death to linger.

What is your motto? “Great good times.”

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Since we’re going to Disney World in just barely a day, it made me think about all the theme parks I grew up going to and for me, it was mostly just Disneyland. I don’t know too many people who grew up in Southern California and didn’t go to Disney, actually. But one place that I always wanted to go to as a kid was Action Park. Did anyone else see those ads for that park in New Jersey? It was a weird water park cross with go-karts and insane hill slides. In retrospect, I should probably count myself lucky since it got shut down in the nineties after there were several “accidents”, but it was revived last year! So if anyone’s a serious adrenaline junkie and doesn’t mind the possibility of drowning, Action Park’s for you.

Neil Patrick Harris’s Most Treasured Possession is His Four Wisdom Teeth

The award-winning actor—on TV (How I Met Your Mother), in film (Gone Girl), and onstage (Hedwig and the Angry Inch)—will now host the 87th Academy Awards. Here, he compares his career to the “Greatest Show on Earth”

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Probably being granted all-access to a Disney theme park with my husband, David, and a group of close friends—and just us—while we wandered and drank tropical tiki drinks. No judgment, no lines, no bad weather, and no hangovers. Oh, and our twins would be there too, but only when they’re happy and meltdown-free. I guess the same would go for David.

What is your greatest fear? That it all goes away and never comes back.

Which historical figure do you most identify with? P. T. Barnum.

What is your greatest extravagance? I bought a fantastic Yamaha Disklavier piano last year.

What is your favorite journey? David threw me a week-long scavenger hunt for my 40th birthday—it took me across the country. Best thing that has ever … no, could ever happen to me. He’s the jam.

Which words or phrases do you most overuse? I say the word “like” too much.

What is your greatest regret? Not going to college—it’d have made me smarterer and stuff.

What or who is the greatest love of your life? My husband, David Michael Burtka. After more than 10 years, he still surprises me with his depth and makes me laugh. When he is happy my entire world is alive.

When and where were you happiest? I have many passions: magic, puppets, theater, architecture, etc. So I would have to say I’m happiest in places where all of those come together—at a Cirque du Soleil show or a Disney theme park, or immersive theater.

Which talent would you most like to have? I’d love to be able to dance with great skill.

What is your current state of mind? I’m harried—trying to compartmentalize many things in many worlds and give them all the attention they deserve.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? I’d forgive myself more.

What do you consider your greatest achievement? Fathering two absolutely exquisite children.

If you could choose what to come back as, what would it be? Probably one of those new Tesla cars.

What is your most treasured possession? Oddly, I still have my four wisdom teeth. I refuse to let them go or I’ll lose my wise parts. I also have a painting from the original Haunted Mansion in Disneyland. I fear if I talk about it too much someone in a plaid suit will show up at my door with some sort of warrant.

Where would you like to live? Hawaii. I can’t wait for Elon Musk to make those underground super tubes so I can travel there in 15 minutes.

What is your favorite occupation? Imagineer.

Who are your favorite writers? David Sedaris, Paulo Coelho, Anthony Bourdain, and my brother, Brian.

Who is your favorite hero of fiction? I’m torn between Indiana Jones and Kermit the Frog.

Who are your heroes in real life? President Obama, Pamela Fryman, and Jim Henson.

What is it that you most dislike? Entitlement.

How would you like to die? Quickly and by surprise. I don’t want the specter of death to linger.

What is your motto? “Great good times.”