mickey and minnie's runaway railway carnival poster

New Opening Date Poster Unveiled for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

In the midst of all the new announcements recently revealed tonight, Disney has shared yet another new poster for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios in March 2020.

On Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, guests will step through the movie screen and join Mickey, Minnie, and friends like never before––bursting into a world where mouse rules apply.

mickey and minnie's runaway railway carnival poster

In this latest scene reveal, we see the whole gang taking a trip to the carnival, which somehow ultimately ends with Mickey and Minnie caught up in a twister. The twister may or may not be a reference to The Great Movie Ride, which was famously set to have a twister scene before some arguments over the Wizard of Oz led to the scene being cut and replaced with Sorcerer Mickey Mouse.

The scene depicted in the underwater poster revealed earlier last month takes place after the twister drops guests and the characters in a tropical locale with 4 separate rooms. The train cars then go down a drainage pipe into the big city.

You can check out a scene-by-scene breakdown of the entire attraction in our post here.

In upcoming weeks, Disney has promised to share even more amazing posters for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, so stay tuned.

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Mark
Mark
10 months ago

Those photoshopped people are just too jarring for me. Also, between the new carnival poster and the underwater one, I am getting Mary Poppins Returns art vibes.

Doug
Doug
10 months ago

I love that they finally have a ride involving the classic characters, but why did they have to use the new animation? It looks terrible! They should have used the classic animation.

Edmund
Edmund
10 months ago

I wonder if the twister is a reference to the OG cartoon “The Band Concert?”