PHOTOS: Incredible ‘Monsters, Inc.’ Popcorn Bucket and Orange Chocolate-Flavored Popcorn Coming November 1 to Tokyo Disneyland

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Tokyo Disneyland has been on top of its popcorn bucket game this year, bringing us incredible buckets themed to “it’s a small world” and the Duffy & Friends shop Aunt Peg’s Village Store. The latest addition is this incredible new “Monsters, Inc.”-themed bucket coming November 1!

Monsters, Inc. Popcorn Bucket – ¥3200 ($28.02)


This amazing new popcorn bucket is covered with doors all over the front, some of which reveal characters from the film. Some reveal the popcorn inside. The top door opens to the actual popcorn inside! Boo sits atop in her disguise, Randall crawls along the strap, and Mike and Sulley hide behind a green door on the right side.


The back side has the Monsters, Inc. logo and a scream canister that shows the level of popcorn left in the box. Boo’s door is also on the other side, but we’ve no idea yet what’s behind it.

Orange Chocolate Popcorn – ¥400 ($3.50)


The orange chocolate popcorn will go on sale at Le Petit Popper, across from “The Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast” as well starting November 1st.

This bucket will be available at popcorn carts across Tokyo Disneyland, as well as at The Big Pop (for an extra ¥200 charge) starting November 1st! Are you excited about this new “Monsters, Inc.” popcorn bucket? Let us know in the comments below!

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1 month ago

Why cant Disney World do cool ones like this?