In a latest development at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, fans of the spectacular nighttime projections will experience a brief hiatus for the “Wonderful World of Animation” show. Due to a private event, specifically the SAP Sapphire & ASUG Annual Conference in Orlando, the projections on the Chinese Theatre will go dark until June 7th. The park will also close early to regular guests on June 5th, wrapping up at 5:30 p.m. to accommodate the event.

Disney aficionados eyeing their calendar can rest easy knowing that “Wonderful World of Animation” will resume its mesmerizing displays on June 7 at 10 p.m. and continue nightly at 9 p.m. until the end of June. The show’s temporary pause allows for a quick set-up and dismantle of the stage constructed specially for the private event.

In contrast, the status of “Disney Movie Magic” remains shrouded in mystery. Observers noticed that the show has vanished entirely from the official Walt Disney World website and the My Disney Experience app, sparking speculation about its possible permanent closure. Typically, summer schedules see fewer nighttime shows due to extended daylight, raising the possibility of a seasonal hiatus. However, the complete removal from Disney’s digital platforms hints at a more definitive end.

While fans wait anxiously for official word from Disney, you can enjoy past performances of “Wonderful World of Animation” and “Disney Movie Magic” through videos available online. This might be your only way to relive the magic, at least for now.

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