VIDEO - New trailer for upcoming Disney+ title 'The Imagineering Story'

Oct 17, 2019 in "The Walt Disney Company"

A new official trailer for 'The Imagineering Story' is now available, giving us a look at what we can expect from the new docuseries.

From filmmaker Leslie Iwerks, the behind-the-scenes look at Walt Disney Imagineering is narrated by Angela Basset and will be shown in six one-hour episodes. It all begins on November 12 exclusively streaming on Disney+.

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Article Posted: Oct 17, 2019 / 1:43pm ET
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lazyboy97oAug 04, 2020

"The Imagineers were lost, unable to find the right concept for a thrilling, family friendly experience that would be remembered for the ages until Disney CEO Bob Iger suggested they base their ride around the latest Disney movie..."

Animaniac93-98Aug 03, 2020

Behind the Attraction is another show they're working on. When that gets released, I don't know. It was announced last October.

ScreamfaceAug 03, 2020

It just seems endless ripe. The Pirates of the Caribbean episode was a bit in-depth. They could explore more rides and attractions in a similar way, other aspects of Imagineering not covered.

Tony PerkisAug 03, 2020

Unlikely.

ScreamfaceAug 03, 2020

Is there word on future episodes?

JusticeDisneyAug 02, 2020

I could not get enough of this show. Loved every minute of every episode. Great stuff, IMO!

TayJul 31, 2020

I agree. I’ve heard so much negative things about Eisner but all the bad things happened after Wells died. I really feel for him. I can’t imagine losing someone I was so close to so tragically. It really is sad watching him do a 180. Grief is tough, especially when you lose someone tragically. Starting episode 5 now. This series is way realer than I imagined(pun intended) but I just feel like they’ll make Iger a savior.

michmousefanJun 20, 2020

Hey everyone... if you, like me, dug the soundtrack to The Imagineering Story, you may be pleased to learn that the full soundtrack is now available on Spotify, Apple Music, etc... Here's the album link for Spotify: Enjoy...

Princess LeiaJan 28, 2020

I’ve been watching the show over the last two days, and I just started episode 5. I don’t want to discredit Iger, because he did do good things. The cost cutting of the 90s really harmed the parks, and he helped turn DCA around. However. I know what ended up happening to DCA recently. And what’s happening with Future World. And what happened to Great Movie Ride. And now I’m sad.

DoubleJ21Jan 16, 2020

To really appreciate the OG Pirates today, one has to have nostalgia or admire and understand the story at a deeper level than the average brain dead guest would. The technology and effects don't wow like they did when the ride opened.

DoleWhipDreaJan 16, 2020

I took that more as the Imagineer noting the cultural differences that they needed to adapt to in order to create something that would have been more exciting for Shanghai guests. But I get it - it feels personal when someone indicates that Pirates isn’t the amazing attraction that it is. I am really sad we’re not seeing any more episodes. Every update felt like a Disney parks fan’s dream (ignoring some of the obvious skips and propaganda.) The cleaned up vintage footage, the exclusive bits of art, photos and video of things from the archives never released before...it was incredible. The EPCOT CENTER stuff blew my mind.

Fox&HoundJan 16, 2020

Man,I Miss this series. It was one of my favorite parts of Disney+....Just seeing Walt and the Imagineers working on the rides we all know and loved was so special. I agree it got a little bit of "Iger saves the day" at the end but I can look past it.

spacemountaincarloJan 05, 2020

The weird propaganda in the last two episodes made them a bit hard to watch, but I really enjoyed the rest of the series. I hope they'll release some expansions of some of the parks at some point, and maybe years down the line they can revisit the last two episodes and make them not as contradictory. One thing that stuck out to me was in the 6th episode when they kept putting down Pirates of the Caribbean to push the Shanghai one.

RobWDW1971Dec 22, 2019

Interesting on the Verizon ads for Disney+ that the women says “there is something special about a Disney movie” and then they show clips from Star Wars and Marvel movies. “Disney” is just now the broad marketing umbrella for all of these “family” brands.