Could Animal Kingdom Be Getting a Simba Popcorn Bucket?
Hong Kong Disneyland has just released a new souvenir popcorn container unrivalled in its cuteness and we here at MickeyBlog are hoping that it starts to make an appearance stateside in the near future!
The item was posted on Instagram by @HKDisneylandFood, who if you’re not already following you definitely should for an awesome look at some of the incredible eats and treats cropping up at Hong Kong Disneyland! It features baby Simba from the original animated version of The Lion King. It will definitely have you singing “Hakuna Matata” as you stroll through the parks with popcorn in hand!
Let’s take a closer look here:
As you can see from the image above, Baby Simba is in an adorable pose reminiscent to when Rafiki proudly holds the heir two the throne high in the air at the start of the animated classic. Guests can fill it with your choice of tasty popcorn through a latch in the back.
Perfect for carrying, the shoulder strap features cute Lion King-inspired artwork featuring Timon and Pumbaa.
Though Disney hasn’t said anything official about the Simba souvenir popcorn container making its way to Disneyland or Disney World, we think it would be a wonderful new addition to the eats and treats over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
This is a story that we’ll be watching closely so keep following along with MickeyBlog for the latest news and updates!
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