VIDEO: Disney Shows Off Cast Member Reactions to Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT

Cast Member previews are underway for Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT, and Disney has released a new video showing off the first reactions to the new attraction.

The video shows plenty of Cast Members showing their love for the ride, calling it “absolutely cosmic” and “smooth and out of this world.” There was also plenty of support for the Guardians, with many dressing up in outfits inspired by the characters seen in the attraction.

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With bookings currently full for the first run of Cast Member previews, a second block of reservations is currently available for May 11-13, and May 22-24. Previews will also be held in May for D23 Gold Members, Disney Vacation Club members, and Walt Disney World Annual Passholders.

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  1. We are AP holders, we have Never had a problem when invited to preview a New ride , until now. I got a email and went right to the link to register and they were None left, I’m so very over this New CEO. Trying to get into the parks is crazy uncalled for , we pay our payment and get get into the parks as they are full, I’m over it. Our APs are are ending in May and Will Not be renewing! We will spend our money somewhere else

    1. Your forgetting a few details. Like how this is also due to both the pandemic and the war in the Ukraine as it has effected prices around the world.

    2. Plus the thing is that there is so much hype for the ride and the fact the Guardians are popular that they fill up faster then you would expect. It happen to me with Rise of the Resistance. I think should reconsider your options.

    3. That’s the idea. The $ isn’t in annual passholder sales, it’s in once-in-a-lifetime family visits, which bring in thousands. And there’s a limitless supply of those kinds of travelers. Disney is too popular to pander to repeat visitors. We are done, too, but it’s not going to hurt them that we don’t renew.

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