The Great Movie Ride at Walt Disney World’s Disney’s Hollywood Studios will be getting pre- and post-show changes as part of a deal that the company will announce tomorrow with the cable television channel Turner Classic Movies, the New York Times is reporting.

TCM, which is owned by Time Warner, will become the presenting sponsor of the attraction, whose Chinese Theater home will again become the main visual “weenie” in the park with the removal of the Mickey’s Sorcerer’s Hat that has blocked the view of the theater facade over the past decade.

The pre- and post-ride film montages will get TCM branding as part of the deal, with new clips hosted by TCM’s Robert Osborne. There’s no word that anything on the ride itself will change under the deal. The changes are expected by next spring.

In return, Disney will provide TCM with old “Disneyland” and “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color” episodes for a quarterly special programming block on the cable channel to be called “Treasures From the Disney Vault.” The first block will run in the evening of Dec. 21.