NEW YORK — You’ve heard it a million times before.
You can’t make a movie with a name like “The Big Splash.”
You have to stick with “Aqua Teen Hunger Force.”
If you were in a crowded theater this weekend, you’d better think twice before saying “Frozen.”
And for those who don’t have the time to wait in line for “The Snowman,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “A Christmas Carol,” or “The Hobbit,” you can now make it a bit easier to say “Frogs in a Toy Box.”
The new Disney Parks app, available for Apple devices, Google Play and Android devices, allows you to name your attractions and rides, as well as the Disney parks in question.
If the word “Fargo” sounds too much like a Disney movie, you can rename it “Fruit of the Loom,” and you can even include a Disney-like “Frosty the Snowman” in the end credits.
“This is a major breakthrough for us,” said Krista Smith, chief operating officer of Disney Parks.
“It’s a lot more accessible than before.
You can name your rides and attractions and have them be available for you in a very short amount of time.”
In addition to the new apps, Disney Parks will also make a few changes to its popular Disneyland Park app.
In the “Main Street USA” app, users will now be able to view photos of all of their attractions.
Additionally, the “Disney Vacation Club” app will be getting a visual overhaul.
It will now show the number of available reservations in your area, including the number you will need to make reservations, and the cost to book your reservation.
The app will also include information about which attractions will be open during certain times, including a guide to what time the parks open, as will the “Magic Your Way” app.