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Today marks the grand debut of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and now we have an in-depth look at the attraction after having finally ridden it ourselves!
As you walk into the renovated Chinese Theatre, you walk past posters of various Mickey Mouse shorts, like “Potatoland”, “Split Decision”, and the attraction’s premier short, “Perfect Picnic.”
Here’s your chance to take a full POV ride through of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, just check out the video below!
So, what do you think of the new Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Make sure you check out our coverage throughout today and in the following weeks as we track the attraction’s progress throughout its first initial weeks.
9 thoughts on “VIDEO: Full POV Ridethrough of the ALL-NEW Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios”
aawwwww that was fantastic! I can only imagine how much more spectacular it is when you are physically immersed in it!
Am I missing something? I don’t see a link to the ride-through.
Thanks for posting the video.
The ride looks cute and I’ll still enjoy riding it, but I am a little underwhelmed. The lobby looks gorgeous, but it’s the same as it was before (minus the cool stuff in the display cases). The dance scene is cool – reminds me of Luigi’s in DCA.
My main issue is that the name “runaway railway” conjurs imagines of something faster and most of the time you can walk faster than this ride.
Way back I recall rumours of a coaster. What I thought was going to happen was some combo of Universal’s “Mummy” and a VR coaster. Not as fast as mummy, but just something to feel the motion more; feel acceleration. I pictured walking into the load area, seeing the scenary, putting on the VR goggles and seeing a matching scene… then everything comes to life and it pulls you through the screen and off you go zipping and darting about.
Maybe this got restrained by once again trying to re-use too much of an old ride. (I’m looking at you “Stitch’s ExtraTERRORestrial Rocket to the Moon Mission”)
I did that ride last week for cast preview, I like some of the stuff. Like it being trackless, walking through the screen, the did omage the GMR by the gangster alley.
“Runaway Railway”? Maybe I was completely misunderstanding this from the beginning. I was expecting some sort of thrill ride. Cute all the same. Just imagined something different.
That ride looks boring as hell. That ride is designed for what age group?
Mickey and Mini look deranged
Nice try but a miss.
Great job of filming with very steady shots!
I believe being there to experience the ride surrounded by the giant projections, and i would assume fans creating wind effects at points, would make the experience a very enjoyable one!!
Seeing it on video is a underwhelming.
There is no sensation of run away anything, as seeing the video does not provide a feeling of any motion.
Looks like a very nice ride, and I will enjoy it very much, however, it is another example of over hype, creating high anticipation, and resulting in some disappointment.
Add that it comes at the cost of losing a long established attraction, and there will be many who will not consider this new ride worthy of the price of losing the old Attraction.
If this were built as a new ride without replacing the old one, i believe there would be only enjoyment.
Nice that the entrance was left much the same, and the going through the screen opening for enter and exit is a cute story feeling.
Speaking of Great Movie Ride…does anyone feel that they repurposed the Ripley animatronic into the Finn animatronic for Rise of the Resistance? For those who go down the one pathway, the motions of the two characters look eerily similar. But back on topic, this ride is really fun to experience, and it does jostle you around a lot more than the videos make it seem.
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