VIDEO - More ride footage from Slinky Dog Dash and Alien Swirling Saucers in Toy Story Land

Jun 22, 2018 in "Toy Story Land"

Toy Story Land overview
Posted: Friday June 22, 2018 5:28pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Toy Story Land is just a week away from its official opening on June 30, and the next week will see numerous previews for Cast Members and media.

At Slinky Dog Dash, Andy has assembled his roller coaster kit for maximum family fun. Tracks and supports in bright colors of red, orange, yellow and blue are put together according to Andy’s hand-drawn plans, with Rex and Jessie lending a hand. And to complete his creation, Andy picked up everyone’s favorite floppy-eared dachshund with a strrrrretch-ing slinky coil belly and dropped it on to the coaster track. 

Alien Swirling Saucers will immerse guests in the playful world of Andy’s toys. This galactic space toy is designed as a play set that Andy won at the Pizza Planet restaurant. Adorable little Toy Story green Aliens swirl about in their flying saucers with guests in tow in their rocket-ship toys, while “The Claw” hangs overhead. This space adventure is bathed in music reimagined for intergalactic fun, dappled with multi-color lighting and sound effects from throughout galaxies.

“With set pieces, staging, attractions and experiences Toy Story Land represents the best of Walt Disney Imagineering’s collaboration with our storytelling partners at Pixar Animation Studios,” said Bob Chapek, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. “This new land will place guests inside the wondrous world of Woody, Buzz and their pals – and invite everyone to experience the joy of being a toy.”

Check out this video for a look at Toy Story Land's three rides - Slinky Dog Dash, Alien Swirling Saucers, and Toy Story Mania.

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WondersOfLife16 days ago

That’s not what I meant. What I meant was I like the cartoony one for fun. And I like The overhead realistic one for logistics.

lazyboy97o16 days ago

You’re claim that published art is used for “logistics” is not really true.

WondersOfLife16 days ago

I’m not sure what you’re getting at but ok

lazyboy97o17 days ago

Nobody uses concept art for "logistics". More and more published art is not even all that conceptual, being created on top of the "blueprints" if they're not just the "blueprints" like we have seen with the recent hotels at Walt Disney World.

WondersOfLife17 days ago

One is realism, the other imaginative. I wish they'd use both styles. One is fun, the other is for logistics.

cookiee_munster18 days ago

His concept art is waaaaaaaay better than whoever does that horrible cartoon style rubbish. EDIT - Rubbish is slightly harsh, it's just not a particular style I like (example below)

Rambozo22 days ago

I'd love it if we eventually got the western town and Big Al's.

Disone25 days ago

Give it time.... Disnet has not yet bought universal;)

Squishy26 days ago

He's also the concept artist of New Fantasyland, Epcot Ratatouille area, play pavilion, the Disneyland Rivers of America remake, Disneyland's 50th castle decor & MK's 50th castle decor.

gerarar26 days ago

The original concept artist for TSL (among other projects) revealed himself on Twitter recently. An interesting tidbit is that someone asked about the lack of shade and acknowledged it. Regardless, still sad we didn’t get the full land as originally visioned with the bridge over SDD and the western-Town and barn gift shop. Original tweet:

EagleScout610Apr 14, 2020

So you wouldn't want the video of me shining a strobe light at a passing sasquatch while recreating Everest?

MovieloverApr 14, 2020

Yeah... day 100... *shoves socks back into drawer :cautious:

MisterPenguinApr 14, 2020

Just wait until day 100 of your confinement: you'll be putting on a sock puppet version of Great Moments in History from the windows of your house!

JenniferSApr 14, 2020

It beats the homemade recreations of favourite rides. Please, no more. How many times can you film people going down the stairs in a laundry basket and call it Splash, Pirates, Frozenstrom ...?