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Splash Mountain is getting a retheme! In this week’s episode, Blake and JJ are joined by fellow Mouse House Weekly member Bryce, to discuss the recent news of Splash Mountain being rethemed as Princess and the Frog at both Disneyland and Disney World parks. They discuss the history of both the ride and the controversial film it is based on, thoughts on the retheme, any ideas for the ride, and even other rides that have had to change in the past and some that may need some change. Before getting to the main topic, they also discuss some other Disney news, like Disney Channels being shut down in the UK and Disneyland’s reopening being delayed. You can find Disneyland cast member Frederick Chamber’s ideas for the retheme here. Read More…read more
Bryce and Carly discuss their trip to Disneyland Paris in 2015 along with some history of how the park came about and some tips for traveling to Disneyland Paris for international travelers. They also discuss differences in ride offerings, food offerings and how to navigate the park from an international traveler’s point of view. Read More…read more
A long time ago in this galaxy, one of the greatest movie sequels of all time was released. With it, our world was introduced to new characters like Yoda and Lando Calrissian that we would come to know and love as much as Han, Leia, and Luke. It also brought with it the iconic Imperial March and that much often misquoted scene revealing the identity of Luke’s father.
Joined by Bradley Netherton, Colby and Darrell talk about what this movie means to them, how The Empire Strikes Back has influenced their lives, what makes the movie so great, how it influenced other Star Wars films, and how this movie holds up over the passing of 40 years. Read More…read more
Planning a trip to Disney World and wondering how the new safety rules and crowd limitations will impact your visit? This week Ben, Erica, and Laura Beth talk about making the most of your Disney Coronacaction. With new social distancing measures in place some rides are trending up and some are trending down. Listen to this week’s episode to find out where you should head in each park this summer! Read More…read more
Can a ride surpass the greatness of a Disney movie? In this episode, Blake and JJ discuss which rides from Disneyland and California Adventure they enjoy more than its corresponding movie. All the movie selections in this episode are available to stream on Disney+, if you want to have an opinion of your own. Before getting into the main discussion, they discuss the recent news of Disney parks opening and the limitations that will be taken, the NBA having games at Disney World, and Hamilton’s exclusive release on Disney+.Read More…read more
Magic Mirror on the wall, who’s the best trivia nerd of all? Get ready to find out in this week’s episode! Combining the game styles of Jeopardy, America Says, Name that Tune (sorta), and general trivia, we go all out in this trivia battle royale. Which hosting team do you think will come out victorious? Which single host will prove that they know more Disney trivia than any other Mouse Houser? Hit that play button to play along and find out. Read More…read more
Bryce and Carly travel through all four theme parks at Walt Disney World and share their favorite all-time snacks to eat in each park. They also discuss some great snack options at the resorts and Disney Springs. Have a taste of Disney Magic on this week’s episode of Mouse House Weekly! Read More…read more
There are so many wonderful shows at Disney World, it’s impossible to see them all in one trip. So which shows should you choose? This week Ben, Laura Beth, and Erica play a game of Love It or Leave It to help you decide which shows are the best fits for your family. Read More…read more
With the recent change in CEO at Disney from Bob Iger to Bob Chapek, it seemed like an excellent time to explore the lineage of Disney CEOs. In this episode of the podcast Rachel and Jeremiah will be paying tribute to former CEO Bob Iger and discussing the history of every Disney CEO from Roy Disney through Bob Iger. Read More…read more
With everyone in the world being quarantined inside their homes, Blake and JJ decided to watch a couple new movies from Disney+. Blake has JJ watch Pixar’s most recent movie, Onward, and JJ has Blake watch the nostalgic Bedknobs & Broomsticks. They come together in this week’s episode to discuss both of their thoughts on each movie. They discuss their favorite characters, their expectations before going into the movie, and whether those expectations were met. We also discuss the news of several Disney films’ releases being delayed. Read More…read more
Released in 1994, The Lion King became an instant box office success and spawned video games, multiple television series’, two sequels, a broadway musical, and countless merchandise. The soundtrack and songs are beloved by millions, while many consider The Lion King to be the best Disney movie of all time.
So when Disney released a new photo-realistic version of The Lion King in 2019, it was obvious from the beginning that the new version had big paws to fill. The updated version also became a box office success and further solidified The Lion King as one of Disney’s most beloved stories. Read More…read more
Quick service meals are a great way to grab a tasty meal when you don’t have the time for a full-service restaurant. However, just because these meals are quick does not mean they are absent of nutrition and flavor. This week Bryce and Carly share their favorite quick service meals from each of the Walt Disney World parks!read more
The Disney parks are currently shut down, but Erica happened to be at Disney World the day they closed. This week Ben and Laura Beth ask Erica about her recent trip to Walt Disney World. Erica talks about being in the parks right before they closed down, all the great NEW experiences she enjoyed, and why there is a lot to look forward to when they reopen. There truly is a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow shining at the end of every day!read more
We recently spent time at the 2020 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival. This week we’ll share be covering the event by sharing general info, history of the festival, and our thoughts about some of the things we tried.read more
Disney+ has been out for a few months now, so Blake and JJ are here this week to discuss the future and ideas for Disney+! After a small discussion on a special attraction that has recently opened and a new Disney+ exclusive series in the works, your hosts discuss the content that hasn’t yet appeared on Disney+ that has been personally noted by them, and what should be added to the service eventually. There is talk of how to expand on content already added to Disney+, concepts for future projects, and more discussed on this episode of Mouse House Weekly.read more