Discussion in 'WDW Parks News, Rumors and Current Events' started by TabulaRasa, Mar 7, 2017.
What TSMM needs is more 4D! Little blasts of air when the ballons pops. Little splats of flavored water for each pie thrown!
I'm going to guess Brave for UK.
Brave is a movie based around Scotland NOT the UK. it also takes 0.55 hours to get from the Uk to Scotland or backwards
That seems pretty much irrelevant. Unless Scotland gains independence I guess.
Uh, Scotland is part of the UK. That's like saying Disneyland is in California not the USA.
It's ok I'll take the beating either way. Was just a guess based off of some comments I read in the thread.
It used to be told in the queue, in the pre-ride video, and in the "landing" zone...
Here we go again.
Simply follow the Disneyland model for dark rides. They should be able to shoehorn in 3 or 4 rides if they decided to.
Yeah, that was 20 years ago. But a story for Space Mountain doesn't exist now. Imagineers figured guests will ride anyway so it doesn't make any difference. And guess what? It doesn't.
If they only would! We need more at MK. Alice, Pinocchio, Mr. Toad, Indy, Roger Rabbit, Storybook Canal, Casey Jr., Nemo Submarines, Castle Walkthrough, Star Tours, Matterhorn. These are all the rides at DL that MK doesn't have, and DL has 1/2 the space of MK! Disneyland Fantasyland is so dense with attractions that you get confused sometimes as to where they are. It feels much larger than it actually is.
It does make sense that they would build a UK attraction in conjunction with building the gondola station given the space in question. So, with the gondola system likely starting construction soon, hopefully they would also finalize/fund/start construction on whatever this UK thing would be -- even if it is just a B ticket, it would be nice to have something addition on that side of WS. And, no offense to the many Brits on this site, I think UK is probably the most boring of the WS pavilions and could use the spark of something new.
Scotland is closer to the UK than Arendale is to Norway.
I agree with your sentiment, but Scotland actually is IN the UK....
True it is not an England pavilion
Thank you. Someone already mentioned the entire official name of the UK... "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland," Scotland being part of Great Britain, the largest of the British isles.
I can't get my head around this. Even if you substitute England for UK, what is "0.55 hours" supposed to be? Are we supposed to think that's a long time?
Just a thought- rename the UK pavilion to 'The British Isles'. This is a very easy way to include Ireland, and if N.Ireland or Scotland leave the UK, they can still be represented.
Funnily enough, the UK Pavilion was indeed referred to as the "British Isles" during the Illuminations 25 intro spiel.
Separate names with a comma.