Celebration Quest Treasure Hunt to launch at Disneyland Paris.

Building on a relationship that dates back more than 30 years, Orange and Disneyland® Paris are once again teaming up to offer guests a unique, digital and interactive experience:

Celebration Quest, a sparkling treasure hunt that will take guests to the four corners of both Disney No Parks and plunge them into the heart of some of its best kept secrets.

Disneyland® Paris and Orange invite you to take part in a brand-new interactive adventure inside the Disney® Parks during the 30th Anniversary celebrations. Download the free “Celebration Quest” app and immerse yourself in an exclusive treasure hunt that unlocks the magic of 30 years in the making. Magical stays and 5G smartphones to win

The concept:

Download the app from the App Store and Google Play Store throughout the resorts 30th Anniversary and play only inside of the Disney Parks.

Digital treasure hunt with 30 puzzles, spread across the 2 Disney Parks: 25 in Disneyland® Park (5 in each Land) and 5 in Walt Disney Studios® Park.

Each puzzle solved (by scanning a decor element with the phone’s camera and/or answering a question) will unlock a digital badge and a fun fact about the location you’re in.
When a puzzle is too complex or a location is inaccessible, it is possible to use the “Magic Book”, a joker allowing you to obtain a badge without solving the puzzle.

Five of these badges are “rare” and constitute the “Treasure Hunt”, the other 25 constitute the “Collection”.

After solving a certain group of puzzles, an exclusive photo filter is unlocked, allowing guests to take a photo with their favourite characters in their 30th Anniversary costume. There are severn photo filters to unlock in total: one per land of the Disneyland Park, one for the Walt Disney Studios Park® and one for the “Treasure Hunt”.

After completing the “Treasure Hunt” and/or the “Collection”, access is given to a draw to win stays at Disneyland Paris, Park tickets or 5G smartphones.

46,000 solar panels installed over Disneyland Paris guest parking lot.

After 18 months’ work, the first section of the Disneyland Paris Guest Parking solar canopy plant is now operational.

Over 46,000 solar panels have been installed, providing shade for over 7,000 parking spaces. They already generate 10 gigawatt-hours of electricity per year, which is enough to power a town of over 4,800 people

Once it’s completed in 2023, the Disneyland Paris solar plant will be one of the biggest in Europe, and will help reduce the Val d’Europe region’s annual CO2 emissions by 890 tons.

Geoff Morrell leaves Disney after just three months.

Geoff Morrell

Geoff Morrell, the chief corporate affairs officer for The Walt Disney Company, is leaving after just three months on the job “to pursue other opportunities,” Morrell and Disney CEO Bob Chapek told staff on Friday.

“After three months in this new role, it has become clear to me that for a number of reasons it is not the right fit,” Morrell told employees in an email.

The former BP executive and Bush-era Pentagon spokesman joined Disney earlier this year in the new role, which included oversight of Disney’s communications, government relations and public policy efforts.

All three of those areas were tested in recent months as the company navigated fallout from its response to Florida’s so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill. After initially arguing that Disney should remain as apolitical as possible, Chapek and the company dealt with backlash from employees who felt that it did not have their backs.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter.