The 30th anniversary of Disney’s Hollywood Studios is coming up soon. We could think of no better way to celebrate all the amazing things this park has given us through the years than by making a movie about it. While the park has evolved dramatically since it opened, many of us fondly remember the golden age of a place we called “MGM.”
WDWNT proudly presents Starring Roles: Making a Movie in a Theme Park, an interactive game in Disney’s Hollywood Studios on April 30! On the eve of the park’s anniversary, you and your team are the stars of a movie that pays tribute to Disney-MGM Studios and it’s opening-year attractions. You’ll star alongside the Great Movie Ride, the Backlot Tour, Star Tours, and the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular. But movies need budgets, and they need props. You’ll need to solve puzzles and complete tasks throughout the park in order to get the resources to film each scene. And you might run into a few characters in the process…
This game is just one part of Stage 89, our celebration of all things 1989 at Walt Disney World. The event takes place April 26-May 1 at the Walt Disney World Resort. Teams will receive copies of their movies and other swag fit for a Hollywood-style premiere.
Participation in Starring Roles: Making a Movie in a Theme Park is open to everyone. You must register for the Stage 89 event in order to participate in this game. Even if you will only be joining us for the game on Tuesday, April 30, you must still register for the event. There is no separate registration form just for the game. Registration is open now at stage89.com, where you’ll also find a schedule for the entire event, including a private screening of Avengers: Endgame and an exclusive panel with former Imagineers!