WATCH PARKSCENTER — Disney’s Parks Plans, Patents, Patrick, and Pixar Fest Preview

Rob Whiteside

Join us live tonight, Sunday, March 17th, at 9:00 p.m. ET, or watch ParksCenter anytime on WDWNT.TV.

We are updating you on all of the big things happening in the Disney Parks each week! We cover the top stories in Disney Parks news and discuss the topics that are top of mind for the Disney community. All in 60 minutes! Join us live and chat along at 9 p.m. ET.

The Walt Disney Company has broken down how they will use their planned $60 billion investment in the Disney Experiences segment over the next 10 years.

Disney has $60 Billion to spend, this week they explained a bit about how they will use their planned $60 billion investment in the Disney Experiences segment over the next 10 years. At the same time, the DisneylandForward project got another level of approval to move ahead on the expansion project.

In other investment news, several announcements and rumors are swirling about new coasters for the international parks. There are also new patents our team found for Disney and Universal that could mean some exciting things down the road.

Out in California, Patrick Warburton surprised guests at Soarin this week. Disneyland also rolled out previews of the offerings coming for Pixar Fest next Month, and we got a look at some new turnstiles that could finally be coming to the resort.

We’ll also have another edition of our favorite segment, “It Came From the Parks!,” where we look at some of the most sensational stories from the parks, and let our panelists choose which ones to discuss.

Finally, we’ll end with our thoughts on last week’s results from the WDWNT March Madness, and how things shook out.

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