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Old 01-27-2013, 12:17 PM   #16
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Disney patents tons of things, and while a MI dark ride would be a nice addition, it's really not a wise choice imho. Putting a dark ride in Pixar Place would dull it. So many other things could be done...
What do you think should or could be done? Just wondering.
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:46 PM   #17
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What do you think should or could be done? Just wondering.
Jeez...the original idea of the door vault family coaster concept (suspended...not real intense) made more sense than any of the monsters inc rides they HAVE built. That sequence in the movie was made for a themepark tie in.

There are possibilities to adapt Up!, the incredibles, and of course Cars as well for studios.

I had always hoped they would do a edu-tainment type take on Wall-E...as the message is important and will only become more so as time goes on. But that is more the EPCOT tradition that seems to have been abandoned...sadly.

Lots of other possibilities...other than a standard type drive through with animatronics or 3D.
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:29 PM   #18
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What do you think should or could be done? Just wondering.


1. Toy Story Mania remains.

2. This building houses The Great Movie Ride, so no real room beyond the meet and greet and gift shop they built in the side.

3. This is empty space. It could house your MI dark ride, or the MI coaster we have all been waiting for. But think about it, putting the two most recent and very popular attractions right next to eachother in an already crowded area would be bad planning. So as much as I'd like to put it there, I'd have to say they put a table service there, a meet and greet area, or an exhibit display. Theming for the table service is up in the air, but I'd say they make a Pixar Studios sort of theme with areas of the restaurant surrounding different art from the films. Meet and greet is self explanatory. Exhibit would be awesome in my opinion, as they could display the concept art and drawings of Pixar films with descriptions of the inception of each film.

4. Re-theme this quick service is something Pixar-ish (Wall-E's cafeteria, or something punny).

5. Re-theme this to Bug's Life (duh).

NOTE**6 and beyond are in the green area which means its possible land for use should they demo the backlot and/or the stunt show. Green area shows possible land, pink area shows attraction space they could utilize it in my eyes.

6/7. These spaces could house what wasn't done in step 3 (table service, meet and greet, Pixar exhibit) or one could house an attraction of choice (i.e. MI coaster or dark ride, whatever).

8. Instead of shoving a whole Carsland in the studios just put the Radiator Springs Racers here. I personally don't want it, so this space could also be utilized for a new and technologically advanced and imaginative attraction as well. Something like an Incredibles sim ride, or a Wall-E attraction, anything. The point here is to build an E-ticket.

9. Again what wasn't used in steps 3, 6, or 7 could be placed here. If those aren't necessary/wanted then a show could be installed I suppose, or it could house one huge gift shop to dump the E-ticket into afterwards.



Disclaimer is, I just thought all of this up in the past half hour while I was mapping it. I'm not saying this is exactly how it should be, but to me its a pretty good plan using the space available and, should they destroy those attractions, what they could do with the land. You asked what I'd do and this is something I thought up real quick.
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1. Toy Story Mania remains.

2. This building houses The Great Movie Ride, so no real room beyond the meet and greet and gift shop they built in the side.

3. This is empty space. It could house your MI dark ride, or the MI coaster we have all been waiting for. But think about it, putting the two most recent and very popular attractions right next to eachother in an already crowded area would be bad planning. So as much as I'd like to put it there, I'd have to say they put a table service there, a meet and greet area, or an exhibit display. Theming for the table service is up in the air, but I'd say they make a Pixar Studios sort of theme with areas of the restaurant surrounding different art from the films. Meet and greet is self explanatory. Exhibit would be awesome in my opinion, as they could display the concept art and drawings of Pixar films with descriptions of the inception of each film.

4. Re-theme this quick service is something Pixar-ish (Wall-E's cafeteria, or something punny).

5. Re-theme this to Bug's Life (duh).

NOTE**6 and beyond are in the green area which means its possible land for use should they demo the backlot and/or the stunt show. Green area shows possible land, pink area shows attraction space they could utilize it in my eyes.

6/7. These spaces could house what wasn't done in step 3 (table service, meet and greet, Pixar exhibit) or one could house an attraction of choice (i.e. MI coaster or dark ride, whatever).

8. Instead of shoving a whole Carsland in the studios just put the Radiator Springs Racers here. I personally don't want it, so this space could also be utilized for a new and technologically advanced and imaginative attraction as well. Something like an Incredibles sim ride, or a Wall-E attraction, anything. The point here is to build an E-ticket.

9. Again what wasn't used in steps 3, 6, or 7 could be placed here. If those aren't necessary/wanted then a show could be installed I suppose, or it could house one huge gift shop to dump the E-ticket into afterwards.



Disclaimer is, I just thought all of this up in the past half hour while I was mapping it. I'm not saying this is exactly how it should be, but to me its a pretty good plan using the space available and, should they destroy those attractions, what they could do with the land. You asked what I'd do and this is something I thought up real quick.


Awesome! Thanks for that. I really like it.
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Based on recent history, if Disney decides to put a monsters inc. Attraction in wdw, it will be a copy of monsters(superstar limo) from DCA. I'll believe Florida is getting a good version when they or DL gets the real Winnie the Pooh ride from Tokyo.
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Geez, Dizcapt...

that picture got me riled up....how much of that plot is a COMPLETE waste of space.

and we're not just talking the normal backstage service and warehouse buildings that most people assume aren't there - but always are...

that "studio" idea is such a waste of space.
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Jeez...the original idea of the door vault family coaster concept (suspended...not real intense) made more sense than any of the monsters inc rides they HAVE built. That sequence in the movie was made for a themepark tie in.

There are possibilities to adapt Up!, the incredibles, and of course Cars as well for studios.

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Lots of other possibilities...other than a standard type drive through with animatronics or 3D.
I've always thought that a Wall-E edutainment 3-d film would fit well in that little theater that currently houses the Timon and Pumbaa movie in The Land pavillion. It already fits the theme and seems like an easy change.
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