Epcot is getting a dash of the Hollywood treatment.
The Walt Disney World theme park will soon be home to a remarkable roundup of new attractions, restaurants and experiences, many of which are based on fan-favorite films, Disney revealed Sunday at its D23 expo.
None other than 93-year-old Dick Van Dyke was on hand to personally reveal that coming to Epcot is the first-ever "Mary Poppins"-themed attraction. The immersive new neighborhood, Cherry Tree Lane, will be tucked inside the United Kingdom pavilion.
Coaster lovers will be enticed by the "first reverse launch into space" on the forthcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind." The storytelling coaster will blast guests through outer space, and we wouldn't be surprised if Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) is virtually onboard to serve as leader.
For those more faint of heart, Polynesian world of "Moana" will come to life with "Journey of Water," which will be a "lush exploration trail where guests can meet and play with magical, living water."
Disney also confirmed that the previously-announced "Remy's Ratatouille Adventure" will make its debut in summer 2020. Also coming to the France pavilion is a new Parisian restaurant, La Creperie de Paris.
And don't worry, even among all of the changes, Spaceship Earth isn't going anywhere -- but it will be refreshed with a new story and narration.
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