Six Flags will be instituting reservations when they reopen.
Take a look at how Universal Studios Orlando will enforce social distancing when it opens.
While the Disney theme parks still don’t have an opening date – no matter what the clickbait-y headlines tell you, it’s just the shopping and dining destination at Walt Disney World that reopened this month – there are plans afoot for one of its competitors for how they’ll handle guests moving forward. At Six Flags, you can expect to do a lot of reservations in advance moving forward. The article here details some of the rules surrounding the system, and while it’s certainly going to remove a lot of the enjoyable spontaneity of traveling through a theme park, making sure you know exactly when and where you’re at a park limits the concern of contracting the coronavirus.
Speaking of reservations, you may be hoping still that Disneyland will be open on July 1. After all, you may be thinking, reservations for hotels are available then! And for now, that is true. But if you want to make a dining reservation, you’ll have to wait a bit longer. Right now, dining reservations aren’t available well into July. (Both based on that article and a personal bit of research in the middle of writing this paragraph.) It’s hard to know for sure if that means a glitch hasn’t been fixed, or if July 1 is just a wishful opening date. But the latter seems awful likely, with each passing day.
Let’s hop back to Orlando, and take a quick look at what may be the new normal at Universal Studios Orlando. While the parks haven’t gotten a reopening date, there’s an understandable amount of preparation going on inside the grounds. This photo, captured by the Orlando Informer Twitter account, highlights a couple of circular signs just beyond the gates of Islands of Adventure that will promote social distancing to anyone spending time inside. Though these aren’t exactly in keeping with the park’s theming…well, there’s not much of an easy way to make the concept of social distancing in a pandemic well-themed, is there?
As a reminder, some of the Disney-owned locations within Disney Springs will be opening on May 27. And as a secondary reminder, there are plenty of new rules and guidelines being implemented at the shopping and dining destination. Yes, the mandatory rule about masks for guests has made some truly awful and selfish people angry (I know none of those people read this column, of course), but there’s even more you’ll need to think of. Temperature checks, limited parking, social distancing, and limited capacity are all the order of the day, for now. Hopefully it goes as smoothly at Disney Springs as things have gone at CityWalk.
Let’s wrap today’s column up with something that’s both Disney-related and completely separate from the coronavirus. Yes, really, there are theme park stories that are unrelated to the pandemic. This one, though, is kind of dystopian in its own way: Disney has filed a patent to identify the kinds of merchandise you’re likely to buy, based on both what you’ve bought in the past and by facial recognition. Now, granted, this is a logical endpoint from getting recommendations on a store website. Still. It’s kinda weird to think that by walking into the World of Disney, a computer would know what you’d want to buy just by looking at you.
Exclusive The Runners Trailer From Joey Loomis and Micah Lyons
ComingSoon.net is debuting the exclusive trailer for The Runners, starring the action thriller’s co-directors Micah Lyons (No Man’s Land) and Joey Loomis (Hello My Name Is Linda). You can check out the exclusive trailer below!
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After losing their parents in a car accident, Ryan (Lyons) must raise his rebellious teenage sister, Zoe (Netty leach). One night, Zoe sneaks out to a party and is abducted by a charming older boy who intends to sell her to the cartel for human trafficking. Now, Ryan and his best friend have just hours to track them down and save her before she is sold and dragged across the Mexican border, never to be seen again.
The movie also stars Netty Leach (Nashville), Golden Globe nominee Tom Sizemore (Witness Protection), Neal McCoy (Runnin’ from My Roots), Glenn Morshower (The Resident), Jason Peter Kennedy (Rose-Colored), and Swayde McCoy (No Man’s Land). Lyons wrote the screenplay and executive produces along with Loomis, McCoy, and Chris Routhe, with Katie Schmidt producing.
Lost In Space is an American science fiction web series. The writers of the show are Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless.
The first season of the show was first time broadcasted on Netflix on 13th April 2018.
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On 9th March 2020, the show was renewed for its third season and final season.
The show takes its inspiration for the 1812 novel titled “The Swiss Family Robinson” written by Johann David Wyss.
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It is a reboot of the 1965 television series of the same name. The show follows the adventures of a family of space colonists whose spaceship veers off course.
The show is likely to hit the floors sometime in the year 2021. But as we all know how the outbreak of Coronavirus has wrecked the entertainment industry.
Thus it could be possible that the release date of the show could be pushed forward.
Molly Parker as Maureen Robinson
Toby Stephen’s as John Robinson
Parker Posey as Dr. Smith
Taylor Russell as Judy Robinson
Maxwell Jenkins as Will Robinson
Mina Sundwall as Penny Robinson
JJ Feild as Ben Adler
Ignacio Serricchio as Major Don West
Season 3 will be in continuation of Season 2. At the end of Season 2, we see the split-up of the Robinson family. Hence, In season 3, we’ll get to see the show’s narration from the individual character’s perspective.
The central storyline for Season 3 will be majorly focusing on how the Family fights and struggles to reunite.
Also, the children will be playing an exciting and critical part in the coming season.
Now that they don’t have their parents with them. We’ll be seeing the children becoming all more diligent and responsible and striving to find the correct path on their own.
Since the shooting for the show has not yet begun, So there are no trailers for the show.
What Can We Expect From Season 3?
Since it’s the last season, the makers have promised that the series will have a satisfying end.
Also, all the doubts of the fans will be cleared, and all the questions will be answered. No loose ends will be left hanging.
Everyone is talking about when Google Pixel 5 will come to the market. But you don’t know that Google is giving some upgrades to its older models. There is a pretty comprehensive update this week. This update adds up some of the big and small features on the mobile. An important is done to the Adaptive Battery. This update was first given to android pie.
This feature tends to predict how long your phone will last on a charge. It also uses that information to adjust system resources.
Google Pixel 5 Details
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Google isn’t absolutely clarifying how Adaptive Battery has been improved with this component drop essentially that it should now broaden battery life on gadgets as far back as the Pixel 2, which is extremely convenient thinking about how poor the Pixel 4’s continuance is.
Apart from this feature Google also revised one of its Digital Wellbeing features that is Wind Down. A new iteration called Bed Time is implemented in the feature. In this update when you will charge the mobile at night, it will automatically activate itself. Another thing it does that you can able to on and off this model from the quick toggle panel.
All the people who haven’t used this feature. You should know that this feature, when turned on, will make your mobile display greyscale. It will be activated overnight, it will automatically close itself in the morning.
Google Recorder, a standout amongst other Android applications out there and by a long shot our most loved for recording and interpretation, will get much increasingly helpful with this update.
Clients will presently have the option to look, start and stop accounts with Google Assistant orders. Transcripts can likewise be sent out straightforwardly to Google Docs, making the progress from recording to conclusive item considerably progressively consistent.
The personal safety suite of the pixel will also see some enhancements. A scheduled check-in time where you’ll be required to confirm your safety is the new feature.