More Details Released for “An Incredible Celebration” Coming to Pixar Place at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

It feels like we just took down The Incredible Tomorrowland Expo recently, but Disney really wants to inject some life back into Pixar Place (after the Toy Story exodus) and so they’re dispatching a team of Supers to host a number of neat activities just in time for Hollywood Studios’ 30th Anniversary. Starting January 18th, Pixar Place will be transformed into a Municiberg city block right out of Metroville as part of the limited-time Incredible Celebration!

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You’ll be able to enjoy activities such as:

The Edna Mode Experience:

Fabulous, dah-ling! Edna’s got a full pop-up gallery, complete with some of her most avant-garde suit designs on display. Browse through her collection of suits and awards, and then get to meet the elusive designer herself!

Where’s Jack-Jack?:

This is a scavenger hunt for Supers! Try finding Jack-Jack by following a trail of evidence only a super-powerful baby could’ve left behind. There’ll be a special hashtag set up for the event for you to follow along via social media as well!

The Super Shindig:

Get ready to dance the baby shark alongside Frozone, Mr. Incredible, and Elastigirl in this Municiberg dance party!

As always, in addition to all these activities, there’ll be an array of specially-themed foods available during the Incredible Celebration, including Jack-Jack Cookie Num Nums!

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That’s right, the beloved baked good from Pixar Pier is making its way to Walt Disney World! Other food items include the Hero Sandwich and Mrs. Incredible’s Mask with Cheese.

But that’s not all! Starting January 18th as well, you’ll be able to meet your favorite scarers in all of Monstropolis, Sulley and Mike Wazowski! They’ll be meeting guests in the Walt Disney Presents meet and greet area.

What do you think of these additions to Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Are you excited to try some cookie num nums or do you feel that some of these offerings have a “recycled” nature to them? Sound off in the comments!

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