VIDEO - Kevin arrives at Disney's Animal Kingdom

Feb 11, 2019 in "Character Meet and Greets at Disney's Animal Kingdom"

Posted: Monday February 11, 2019 9:20am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

"Kevin," from Disney•Pixar's "Up!," has made her first appearance at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

The character from the movie "Up!" will begin appearances with guests this week on Discovery Island. Until then, check out this fairs look at Kevin at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

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MisterPenguinFeb 12, 2019

My apologies, I didn't see the 'i' dotted with a heart.

HauntedPirateFeb 12, 2019

This looks cool. Just keep any chocolate away. ;) We love Up!. I watch Dug's "squirrel joke" almost daily, I kid you not. I love his almost-evil "ha... haha...ha..." as he walks off.

mm52200Feb 12, 2019

With what hands???

leemoles.disneyFeb 12, 2019

She's looks great. Meet and greets are cool but they really need more roaming characters in the parks too. Just choose ones that don't have to sign autographs

Texas84Feb 12, 2019

You assumed her gender. Kevin is a girl. Triggered!

MisterPenguinFeb 12, 2019

Does he sign signature books?

TwilightZoneFeb 11, 2019

So in a way, this is sort of like Lucky 2.0. With the explorers(?) walking him around. Very neat!

ThatMouseFeb 11, 2019

I like that it's walking around and not hidden inside a meet & greet!

tissandtullyFeb 11, 2019

That's super cute!

wdwmagicFeb 11, 2019

VIDEO - Kevin arrives at Disney's Animal Kingdom

RSoxNo1Jan 07, 2019

I think UP is a great movie for Disney's Animal Kingdom. I think the Wilderness Explorer game around the parks is a great use of the property, I just wish they'd decide on either the movie or the Maharajah story line for the bird show. Mixing the two is a disjointed mess.

Magicart87Jan 07, 2019

It's probably been said before but why not just bite the bullet and turn Dinoland USA into UP!'s Paradise Falls? "A South American land that Time Forgot!" Instead of continued IP integration and bombardment throughout the park just give them their own land and be done with it.

Magicart87Jan 07, 2019


Timothy_QJan 06, 2019

I'm sure while Good Dinosaur was in production, some concepts must have been made for it to be integrated / overlayed in some way in Dinoland