The theme park announced plans on Friday to bring back the 3-D sci-fi film starring Michael Jackson next February, over 23 years after the attraction debuted in California.
The 17-minute film starred the late King of Pop as a singing-and-dancing intergalactic commander. It was directed by Francis Ford Coppola and executive produced by George Lucas.
In the film, Jackson leads a goofy alien and robot crew as they battle a wicked queen played by Anjelica Huston.
Captain EO originally opened in Disneyland's Tommorrowland in 1986 and ran for more than a decade.
Identical versions later opened at other Disney theme parks. They were all closed by 1998.
Jackson died June 25 at age 50.Here's one of the most popular ticket numbers in Spain's Christmas lottery - 25609, the day King of Pop Michael Jackson died.
Dubbed 'El Gordo', the lottery has been billed the world's richest by experts, reports the Telegraph.
According to a statement from Ventura24.es, a website for lottery ticket sales, the ticket, corresponding to June 25, 2009, "is one of the most requested" this year.
The statement said that the combination 66666 "charged with superstitious and demoniac symbolism" is also a very popular choice, as it has been in past years.
El Gordo - The Fat One - is a national institution, with millions glued to their television screens on December 22, watching the old-fashioned ritual of schoolchildren chanting in Gregorian-style the numbers and prize amounts.As per national statistics, 80 per cent of Spaniards play El Gordo, using half their annual lottery spending on the festive draw.