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This is what Disney Parks of the future will look like

April 8, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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ANAHEIM, CA - MARCH 18: Visitors during Touch of Disney at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, CA, on Thursday, March 18, 2021. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images)

Walt Disney World is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and Disneyland plans to reopen later this month. But Disney Parks Chairman Josh D'Amaro is thinking about the next 50 years.

But Disney Parks Chairman Josh D'Amaro is thinking about the next 50 years.

It's going to be incredibly relevant to guests all around the world," the Disney Parks chairman told CNN Business Wednesday about the future of Disney's parks and resorts.

D'Amaro — who became chairman last May while Disney resorts were closed by the pandemic — spoke about what the parks will look like after Covid, if they will tie in with Disney+ and how "The Happiest Place on Earth" will enter the "metaverse. "

What do Disney Parks look like post-pandemic?

At the same time, we've got an opportunity to pivot and invite brand new guests into our world, and infuse brand new character and intellectual property heading to our parks.

I think that as the Disney company continues to see such huge success with Disney+, and as you see new intellectual properties start to materialize -— whether that be in the world of Marvel or the Imagineers creating something incredibly new and interesting — that is the Disney difference.

You can think about a digital overlay on any single land, any single attraction, any single merchandiser or food facility that we have, that can be constantly changing in a way that makes it feel completely new and different to a guest that visited just the day before.

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