BREAKING: Disney World 50th Anniversary Happy Meal Toys coming to McDonald’s. Images Leaked.

McDonald’s is set to launch a new Happy Meal Promotion with 50 toys to mark the opening of the 50th anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort. The forthcoming Happy Meal will include 50 figurines from different Disney properties and movies. Every person sits on a stand and has a snowglobe-shaped cardboard cut-out. The Happy Meal offer takes place in McDonald’s participating locations from 14 September to 25 October. The offer has not officially been announced by McDonald’s, but is likely in the next few days.

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Most of the McDonald’s toys look like the Disney Fab 50 sculptures, which Disney has revealed throughout the previous few months.

The list of Happy Meal characters includes Mickey Mouse, Flounder, Timothy Mouse, Abu, Genie, Bambi, Dale, R2-D2, Minister Mouse, Sebastian, Bruni, Frozen 2), Tinker Bell, Bo Peep, Cheshire Cat, Miguel, Joe Gardner, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Piglet, Lumiere, Frozone, Dory, Dante, BB-8, Pludo, Lady, Tramp, Jaq, Rocket, and more (from Gua, Tramp, Jaq). Policy may be different for each McDonalds, but you should be able to buy the Happy Meal collectible individually.

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The characters generally coincided with Disney Parks’ Fab 50 Character Collection for the Walt Disney World Year. Many will also get a golden statue that is displayed during the year-and-a-half long event at one of the four Walt Disney World Resort parks.

Two new night celebrations, one at EPCOT and one at the Magic Kingdom, are also part of the next centennial celebration. Disney Parks will also be making its debut in many new attractions, including Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, EPCOT’s new Space 220 and the Animal Kingdom’s new KiteTails show. The TRON: lightcycle / run in the Magic Kingdom and the Journey of Water & Guardians of the Galaxy: EPCOT Cosmic Rewind attractions are another attraction which is anticipated to launch at the 50th anniversary celebration.

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