Ariana Greenblatt from “Avengers: Infinity War” and “The One and Only Ivan,” both streaming at Disney +, spent her birthday in the happiest place on Earth. From channeling your inner hero to Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission BREAKOUT! In the swing at Pixar Pal-A-Round, Ariana and her crew experienced the magic of the Disneyland Resort.
I met Ariana to talk about her past roles and why she chose to celebrate her birthday at Disneyland.
Q: Thank you for taking the time to chat with Ariana. Why did you decide to spend your birthday at Disneyland Resort?
A: I decided to spend my birthday at Disneyland because I always have the best time at the park. My family and friends talked about going there all summer and I thought it was great to finally be back at Disneyland with my loved ones. I literally stayed until the park closed.
Q: What is your favorite attraction at Disneyland Resort?
A: Guardians of the Galaxy – MISSION: TRANSPORTER! and Radiator Springs Racers. I love this whole area of Disney California Adventure Park, but I also love churros and ice cream.
Q: What did you think of channeling your inner Gamora? Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission:
A: It took a lot of courage especially because I went twice in a row!
Q: What did you think of the new Avengers Campus? Did you see familiar faces patrolling the campus?
A: Yes, I saw Black Widow, Spider-Man and Black Panther and I thought the whole campus was awesome. So many interesting details everywhere.
Q: How does it feel to see all your hard work on screen when you watch your movies and shows at Disney +?
A: At first, it’s scary, but I feel so fulfilled and I love seeing the reactions from the audience. It’s one thing to see what you did on set, but when you see the final product with music and effects, it takes on a whole new life.
Q: Thanks for the time again and I’m so glad you enjoyed your day at Disneyland Resort.
A: Thank you guys!
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