While I like TT (not to the point where it's a must-ride), I've long believed this ride has an not-too-distant expiration date. 2027 seems like a good bet. Once the major work on Epcot Worlds is done I believe they will gut this attraction and turn it into something completely different -...
Revisit every episode and you'll see a distinct change in critical evaluation of the entire Corporation after Iger. The last episode in particular was a pure PR piece for Shanghai and Star Wars. Not surprising, but disappointing nonetheless.
They're going to position the last decade or so as the end of the "austerity" period but I'm not buying it. WDI may have been given the attention-to-detail greenlight again but at the cost of new attraction offerings.
Coco is the most culturally-significant Pixar film for certain, it has appeal for adults and children, the soundtrack is outstanding, and most importantly for the Parks, it has holiday tie-in. Probably the most no-brainer IP integration since Frozen.
In my very humble opinion, this is why people want information from you - because you're not selling it. You say what you know when you can, and you aren't concerned with whether someone believes it or not. Any entity that derives profit from delivering news is always vulnerable to compromised...
This is off topic but who cares here, right?
For me, Pixar had a golden age from 07-09 with Ratatouille, Wall-E, and Up. Everything since has been good but not great, although the music from Coco is outstanding.