Walt Disney World announces updates for American Adventure at Epcot, including new American icons in finale

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Walt Disney World revealed some updates for The American Adventure pavilion at Epcot, where guests can see a show with 35 audio-animatronics figures, a moving stage, and a giant screen which tells the story of the United States.

New American icons are being added to the show’s finale, including legendary “Star Wars” composer John Williams, astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and accomplished ballerina Misty Copeland. Also, the “Golden Dream” anthem has been re-recorded with an all-new orchestration to bring the music and lyrics to life in a new way.

The updates also convert the attraction into an all-digital projection system with a new screen and new speakers.

The American Adventure is currently under refurbishment and reopens at Epcot later this month.

Source: Disney

3 Comments

  1. Jeremy Givens

    Neil Tyson is an embarrassment to the scientific community. His far-left political ideology damages what should be unbiased scientific reasoning.

  2. Dallas

    This new update ruined the entire show for me. The new orchestrations are horrid, and the finale is now filled with Liberal Left icons. The show used to be neutral and beautiful, now I feel like it talks down to you.

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