"The cosmos. A universe of good and evil…"
We don’t get much backstory on just who Captain EO is. We know he’s part of some sort of corps, that he’s messed up his missions before, and -oh yea- he’s “infamous.” But why would they call him infamous? That’s not such a kind word for a hero. I say…
Very cool, also very uncanny valley. Perhaps they’re trying to bring back the scary part of Snow White’s Scary Adventures?
First Look: Feast Your Eyes On Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Characters | Walt Disney World | Disney Parks (by Disney Parks)
…..really not sure how I feel about this. The advances in technology are certainly what I expect from Disney in the parks, and that is to be applauded: these look much better and more fluid than Buzz Lightyear’s face in Astro Blasters, matched to the original style of the characters well - but I go back and forth on it.
Of course with the faces being full animation, they get a ton more movement and expression than they would even with an advanced AA - but so used to seeing either the robotic characters of the best most fluid sort (Mr. Lincoln, the auctioneer, Ursula) or projected faces being humans (the singing busts or Little Leota) that this still just seems pretty weird to me. Sebastian in Little Mermaid works, with the eyes being projected and the rest robotic.
Will have to see in person, and likely move past them pretty fast - something about Dopey in this in particular seems off or weird, like the face doesn’t match qualities of the body quite, and the nose not moving on all the figures, looks like doesn’t quite match animated bits. It’s very interesting to see the new uses of tech, though.
It’s a Small World 50th Anniversary
New York’s World Fair 1964 by Loren Javier
Disneyland, CA by Sam Howzit
Disney World, FL by Jeff Bergman
Tokyo Disneyland by jdhilger
Disneyland Paris by ThatDisneyLover
Hong Kong Disneyland by kin2son