Witch I Put A Spell On You Halloween Doormat

Agatha, everyone’s favorite nosy neighbor from WandaVision, will be joining a host of other villains at Disneyland later this year for Halloween-themed festivities.

A new short trailer for Disneyland’s Halloween Party, the Oogie Boogie Bash, was released on its official Instagram page recently, and it shows off three new villains who will be debuting at the event. WandaVision’s Agatha appears to have caught the eye of many fans, however, she will seemingly also be joined by appearances from Toy Story’s Sid and the live-action version of Cruella DeVil. The trailer was subsequently shared on Twitter by Scott Gustin, and it can be seen below:.

Witch I Put A Spell On You Halloween Doormat

The Oogie Boogie Bash is set to return to Disneyland California among a range of other spooky festivities across select nights in September and October. Disney describes the event as a “separately ticketed, Halloween spooktacular that includes after-hours park access to treat trails, photo opportunities, entertainment, attractions, décor, and more.”.

Agatha’s inclusion in the Oogie Boogie Bash marks another stepping stone for Disneyland’s integration of the MCU into its theme parks. In June, following delays caused by the global pandemic, Disneyland California opened its Avengers Campus for the first time.

The immersive Campus opened with featured areas focusing on a wide array of characters from across the MCU and a new Spider-Man-themed ride called Web Slingers. Avengers Campus also grants fans of the MCU the opportunity to encounter a range of Marvel stars including Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Black Widow, and more.

If you ‘d like to find out more about Disney’s Avengers campus, make sure to check out our review of Web Slingers, where we said that the all-ages-based Spider-Man Funny Halloween Doormat attraction was neither a great ride nor a great game, but sure to be a young spider-fan pleaser.

The North Texas town is home to some 17,000 festive residents who really like to celebrate just about everything: They have annual events called CajunFest, Christmas on the Square, OktoberFest and a Farmer’s Market on Friday nights, plus a series called Movies on the Square and something called Splash and Blast 4th of July Celebration. Celina’s Beware! of the Square event, however, has made it a Halloween destination.

You may have a hard time placing Celina on a Texas map, but it’s somewhere north of Frisco. So far the city’s been best known (to those who knew of it) for mispronouncing its own name to rhyme with a female body part, instead of with the name of a late Tejano singer.

But now, the city has placed itself on the map via an honor courtesy of Collin County Judge Chris Hill, who proclaimed Celina the Halloween Capital of Texas.

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