There is unrest in Disney, Indiana. The Podcast Registration Act, also known as the RSS Feed Accords, has made its way out of committee and is heading for a full vote in front of the town council. This legislation states that all podcasts should be fully registered online and easily accessible. This has driven a wedge between our hosts – are you on #TeamTracey and support the act or are you on #TeamScott and think podcasts should be free in the wild? Make your voice known as you listen to see if this divisiveness causes a riff, a skirmish or all out civil war between our hosts as they bring you their coverage of the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – Captain America: Civil War. They’ve also got reviews of a couple of mobile games this episode – Marvel Puzzle Quest and Disney Crossy Road. Can our hosts find common ground and get through the episode – or will a call over to the Main Street Cinema lead to tarmac tragedy?
Our hosts kick off the show with a relaxing ride high over Disney, Indiana in their new Skyride attraction. Once back on the ground they turn their attention to the Magic Kingdom’s former Skyway attraction in April’s Forgotten Favorites attraction. Also on today’s episode they’ll take at look at the latest film from Disney, The Jungle Book. They will look at the film’s production and release and share both the critics and their thoughts on the film. All that, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema and talk about some upcoming events our hosts are attending.
After a close call with evil robots, our hosts dive into a film that was at or near their top of their 5 favorite Marvel films revealed in episode 200 – Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). They will look at the film’s production and release and share both the critics and their thoughts on the film. After the film, the Cap coverage will continue with a look at the latest playset released for the Disney Infinity video game, Marvel Battlegrounds. Tracey and Scott will let you know if it’s a prizefighter or just a big Palooka. All that, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema and some listener feedback.
Many thanks to Ron Collins of 520 Cherry Tree Lane here in town for this picture. Here is Ron’s description: This is the Bronson Caves. It is also know as the Batcave. This is where the Batmobile drove out of on the T.V. show. Imagine lots more trees and bushes and a guard rail right in front of the cave.
Other Places to Find Disney, Indiana
It’s time for the annual – well, maybe the first (and likely last) – Disney, Indiana stockholder meeting. After the business section of the meeting is done (including voting down a shareholder motion), our hosts Tracey and Scott move on to the fun part of the episode. They review their trip to Chicago to attend the Disney Stockholder meeting and a D23 sneak preview of Disney’s newest film Zootopia. They’ll also look at the production of that film and share their thoughts after watching. Then they spend a little time with the stars of Zootopia within Disney Infinity as they review the new Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde figures. They’ll wrap up the show by checking on the Mortis at the Main Street Cinema, cover a bit of feedback and look ahead to the next episode.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott return to Flynn’s Arcade to discuss the latest Lego video game for home consoles – Lego Marvel’s Avengers. In recognition of Valentine’s Day, they then tune into WWED for some Disney love songs. Our hosts return with a discussion of the new documentary “Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow: The Futurism of Walt Disney”, currently available on YouTube. They wrap up the episode with an announcement of their appearance on another podcast, as well as an upcoming book release by a recent guest.
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Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow: The Futurism of Walt Disney documentary:
Featuring interviews with various Disney Legends and Historians, Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow looks at the various technologies Walt Disney used and developed over the course of his life. From creating the first sync sound animation in 1928 to his unrealized dream of E.P.C.O.T., an experimental city that passed on with him in 1966, this film shows Walt Disney as the futurist he truly was.