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Limited Time Incredibles Celebration Set to Begin at Disney's Hollywood Studios Next Week

3. Where’s Jack-Jack? interactive hunt gets social


An Incredibles celebration wouldn't be complete without Jack-Jack, and true to form, the youngest member of the Incredibles family has gone missing during the festivities and guests will have to follow his trail around the street party, looking for evidence and clues related to his many powers, as shown in the Incredibles 2 film. Guests who take on this mission can find plenty of interactive surprises looking for Jack-Jack and share their experiences using a special hashtag, connecting with others who have found Jack-Jack at Disney's Hollywood Studios. 

4. Special food and souvenirs will be available

Image: Disney

And of course there will be special merchandise as well as food & beverage offerings available during this celebration of all things Incredibles. A special Municiberg Gifts popup shop will be available for guests wanting to buy Incredible merchandise including apparel, novelty hats and toys. And guests checking out the festivities can also visit the Neighborhood Bakery, which will have Incredibles-themed treats and snacks including the Num Num Cookie, Hero Sandwich, and Mrs. Incredible’s Mask with Cheese.

Right now, this event is scheduled to kick off in just one week on January 18th, and will run indefinitely. However, An Incredibles Celebration is being specifically billed as a limited-time event, and we can't imagine this character experience sticking around past the summer, as Disney will likely need to re-purpose the former Pixar Place area of the park once again this fall to get ready for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge (we're guessing there will be some traffic flow issues, and this area of the park may end up being a holding area).

Concept art of an x-wing on Batuu

Image: Disney

However, by the time the opening date for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is announced, we should know more about the opening dates for Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway as well as the new Cars show coming to the Sunset Showcase theater, so this temporary experience won't be as needed at this park as more permanent attractions open, and hopefully guests who are really into The Incredibles will have had their chance to experience this limited-time event by then. 

Will you be stopping by Disney's Hollywood Studios in the next few months to check out this limited-time character event? Or are you waiting to visit the park until Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is open? 

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