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1. Stay at a hotel that offers free shuttle service to the parks. Parking at Disney World can be a beast. Bypass the hassle by choosing a hotel with complimentary shuttle service to and from the parks, like the Waldorf Astoria Orlando or the Hilton Bonnet Creek Orlando. Resorts off the Disney World monorail, which offers round-trip service to the Magic Kingdom and Epcot, are another option. If you do end up driving, Susan Pazera of the Disney Parks Moms Panel recommends taking a photo of your parking spot to help you find it later.
2. Avoid the Magic Kingdom on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve. If you're itching to see the Christmas Day parade in person, experience it during the (less crowded) days leading up to Christmas, advises Jeff Silsbee, director of guest services at Waldorf Astoria Orlando. (The actual televised parade is filmed around the second weekend of November.) Similarly, the New Year's Eve fireworks show can be seen on the 30th, says Silsbee. He recommends the less crowded Epcot and Hollywood Studios for New Year's Eve festivities. 3. Save money on ticketing. Disney parks aren't cheap, but there may be a workaround for those willing to sacrifice daylight. Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is a specially ticketed after-hours event that happens eight times in December. “While there is an admission cost, it is drastically less than the normal ticket [Editor's note: it's $79 vs. $105] and most of the attractions are still running in addition to special shows, character meetings, parades, fireworks and other enhancements that do not occur during normal operation,” Silsbee explains. 4. Get the My Disney Experience mobile app. Load this app to manage tickets and make dining and ride reservations from your phone. You'll also be able to see up-to-the-minute wait times for attractions and shows. 5. Make ride reservations using FastPass+. FastPass+ is a free service included with park admission that allows each guest to reserve access to three attractions, shows or character greetings per park per day. You can make reservations up to 30 days in advance (or 60 days, for those staying at a Walt Disney Worldresort). Once the initial three reservations have been redeemed, additional selections for the same day can be made at in-park kiosks, one at a time. To bypass lines at the time of reservation, tap your ticket or MagicBand at the FastPass+ entrance. 6. Make dining reservations well in advance. Disney restaurants fill up quickly regardless of season so most will be fully committed over the holidays, says Silsbee. Fortunately, you can make reservations up to 180 days in advance if you're staying off property—earlier if you're staying at a Disney World resort. Need a last-minute solution? Day-of cancelations are rare, but Pazera has had luck using My Disney Experience to find last-minute openings. “I've been able to make same-day reservations for five people at Be Our Guest Restaurant because someone had canceled,” she says. 7. Take a photo of your kids each morning. Crowds pose a safety risk when traveling with kids. Pazera recommends taking a photo of your kids in the morning before heading to the park. That way, security will know exactly who to look for if your child becomes separated from the family. Designate a meeting spot as well, and remind kids to ask a Cast Member for help if they become lost. 8. Get into the park early with breakfast reservations. Pazera recommends making an 8 a.m. reservation somewhere like The Crystal Palace, a restaurant on Magic Kingdom's Main Street. The park doesn't officially open until 9 a.m. but you can head over to your favorite ride after breakfast. “As soon as park opens, you're already there,” says Pazera. 9. Do the ride you don't have a FastPass+ reservation for first. There are some restrictions to reservations that require a workaround. For example, at Disney's Hollywood Studios park, according to Pazera, FastPass+ access is only for the Tower of Terror or Rock 'n' Roller Coaster, but not both. “We get there early [when lines are still short] and do the ride we don't have a pass for first,” says Pazera. 10. Pack a lunch. Guests are welcome to bring their own food and snacks into Disney World, with a few exceptions (no glass containers, for example). Small coolers are allowed and locker rentals are available. Pazera's family takes the ferry to Tom Sawyer Island around lunchtime when they're visiting Magic Kingdom. The scenic spot offers picnic tables and a reprieve from crowds. 11. Don't overdo it. “Understand Disney will be a little busier, so plan to stay longer or focus on accomplishing the must-do attractions,” says Silsbee. Schedule down time, and possibly an afternoon nap at the hotel, into your day. Pazera likes to take a break at the pavilions at Epcot's World Showcase. “There's a kids area where they can sit and color, learn about the country's culture, and get a “passport” sticker,” she says. “It's educational and parents get down time and air-conditioning.” 12. Watch the parades from off-the-beaten-path locales. You don't need to stand on Main Street to get a great view of Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas parade. Pazera's family snags a more comfortable spot (read: less crowded) in Frontierland, where the parade begins. Once the parade makes its way to other parts of the park, they do the rides in Frontierland and exit the park once crowds have dissipated. 13. Continue celebrating back at the hotel. Disney doesn't have a corner on holiday magic. Nearby resorts offer excellent views of the theme parks, making it possible to watch the whimsical fireworks from the comfort of one's room. At the Waldorf Astoria Orlando, carolers serenade guests in the lobby, and Mrs. Claus will personally read a bedtime story to your kids. For New Year's Eve, the hotel has its own private fireworks show, in addition to what's visible from Magic Kingdom.
The sequel to “Frozen” is coming, although it will probably be a pretty long wait until we get it. In the meantime, fans will of course argue quit a lot about what the new film might bring to the scene, and there are already some prominent rumors in the community, some of which even make sense and sound quite plausible. Still, it's important to remember that this film is probably in a relatively early phase of its development so it will take a while before we get any official information about it.
And with that in mind, the credibility of those rumors should also be questioned as it's not very likely that the studio has confirmed some of the finer details of the story yet. Still, it's interesting to look at rumors like the one about Olaf's new love interest, and check what the community is saying about the possible developments of the situation. While the new film will still be centered on Anna and Elsa, it's also rumored that it will add a little more depth to the character of Olaf, and throw him into his own love story with various ups and downs. However, we still have no idea who Olaf is going to fall in love with in particular, and fans are not even sure if the character is going to be another snowman or possibly a human. One thing is clear though – this will be an interesting romance to see unfolding, and there is a lot of potential in Olaf's character for an exciting love story, so the writers would be smart to consider this option even if the rumors are currently false. It's probably not too late in the film's development to change this detail right now, and we expect that Disney are paying a lot of attention to online discussions about the film, as they know its importance in their overall portfolio. According to some public statements about the film, the people behind the project at least have a clear direction for its production right now and they know what they want to do with it. Which, according to some publications, is important enough by itself because it shows that a lot of thought has already gone into making “Frozen 2”, and Disney are obviously not treating this as a run-of-the-mill sequel. But then again, the studio has never treated their sequels like that. This is one of the better things about Disney, that whenever they are ready to come out with a sequel to one of their films/franchises, they have thought it through very carefully and they are sure that they want to do it. Because of this, we have seen very few instances where a sequel to a Disney film has failed to live up to expectations, despite the fact that the studio's fans can sometimes have quite the high expectations in the first place, and they have proven to be a somewhat difficult crowd to please in general. There are also other rumors and reports about “Frozen 2”, such as that it will show Anna with a special power of her own, and that there might be a theme of homosexuality in the storyline, possibly related to one of the main characters of the story too. This particular rumor has been getting a lot of attention from fans and critics alike, but it's probably not going to be that big of a deal once the film comes out.
These little yellow critters might be adorable, but the minions have also taught us some VERY valuable life lessons
1. Always look on the bright side of life If there's one thing the minions have taught us, it's that approaching life with a big fat smile on your face is a surefire way to have a good time. Find the positives, guys. 2. Always be yourself
The minions never try to be someone – or something – that they're not. Instead, they always stay true to who they are. Be who you are, minion-lovers. Because who you are is, actually, pretty damn amazing. 3. Enjoy the little things
Whether it's something as simple as a hug, or a smile, or a kind word, it's so important to take a little time and look around you every once in a while. After all, life moves pretty fast – you don't want to miss any of it! 4. Look after your friends The minions are proof that, when we look out for each other and stand united, we're more likely to live a happy life. So be a good friend; when your BFFs need you, make sure you're there for them – and they'll return the favour when you need picking up, too. 5. Always try your best
This one says it all really, doesn't it? If you try your best, you're more likely to be the best version of you there is – trust us. 6. Work to live, don't live to work Work is important, sure – but there are more important things in life. Find the fun in what you do, and always give it your best shot, but don't live to work. You should be working to live, okay? 7. Ditch toxic frenemies
There comes a time in life when you have to let go of all the pointless drama and the people who create it; instead, surround yourself with the people who make you laugh so hard you forget about the bad and focus solely on the good. After all, life's too short to be anything but happy. 8. Hug first, ask questions later When your loved ones are feeling down, don't just try to ignore it and hope they'll feel better. Instead, give them a hug and let them know that they can talk to you when they're feeling down. It's the minion way. 9. It is okay to feel sad.
Don't bottle everything up; there's absolutely no shame in shedding a tear when you need to. You need to accept when you are sad, you need to face those feelings head-on, and you need to let those around you know that you need your support system. Feeling sad is healthy, normal, and, despite this being all about out favourite minions, very, very human. 10. Don't be afraid to speak up You are valuable – which means that your opinions are valuable, too. So when you're asked for your opinion, don't be afraid to give it. And, even if you're not asked, speak up if you feel strongly about something; you'll only regret it later. 11. Know your worth It doesn't matter how rich or 'perfect' you are; what matters is how much you care, how much you love, and how much you try. These are the qualities that make you worthwhile to know. 12. If you're not happy, make a change If life isn't going the way you planned, take action and change direction. Minions are all about living life as it's meant to be: hilarious and fun. Sing and dance through life – and don't be afraid what others will say. So what if you need to pick up and start over? The life you live is yours, not theirs. 13. Love your body Girlfriends, big or small, you need to worship that body. It's the only one you've got. 14. Know the power of the banana After all these minion movies, we all know the power of bananas is well worth investing in. Get your five a day, every day; it'll give you the energy you need for a minion-worthy song and dance! 15. Stay positive Just because something isn't happening for you right now doesn't mean it will never happen. Stay positive, take action, and never give up. After all, there's no such thing as an ending – only a new beginning.
This Halloween you'll see a lot of Minions, Han Solos and Elsa running around, according to the National Retail Federation. The NRF's 2015 Halloween Consumer Top Costumes Survey lists the top costumes for kids, adults and pets. Most fan-favorites reference pop culture, and few are classically-spookycostumes. Halloween spending reaches into the billions, hitting $7.4 billion last year, according to the NRF. It is the 8th largest spending holiday, ranked behind Super Bowl and Father's Day but ahead of Saint Patrick's Day. For children, the top three costumes this year are princess, Batman and other action figures and superheros. Princess has been the top costume for 11 years, the NRF said, with an estimateed 3.2 million kids picking the costume this year. In the No. 5 spot are costumes from Disney's “Frozen,” including Elsa, Olafand Anna. More than 1.8 million tots will go as Star Wars characters (looks like anticipation for “Star Wars: Episode IV — The Force Awakens” is heating up) and 1 million will select a little yellow Minion costume as they celebrate Halloween. Top pet costumes are pumpkin, hot dog, Batman character, devil and bumble bee, according to the NRF survey. For adults, the top costume is witch, with 4.3 million adults donning the costume for the 11th year running. Star Wars costumes moved from No. 12 last year to No. 5 five this year. With debates and election ads running, 774,000 adults are choosing a politically-inspired costumes.
“It's easier than ever for consumers to find creative Halloween costumes given the popularity of Pinterest and Instagram and the immediate access to societal news,” said Prosper Insights Principal Analyst Pam Goodfellow in a press release from the National Retail Federation. Spirit Halloween also came up with a list of trending costumes for this year, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles;,”powerful women” such as Wonder Women and Supergirl, Caitlyn Jenner, Day of the Dead-inspired looks, pop culture references from “The Walking Dead” and “Orange is the New Black,” Star Wars characters, and characters from games such as Mortal Kombat and Assassin's Creed.