A Terror-rific Spirited 13th (ToT fans have lots to fear)...

GoofGoof

Premium Member
I think it's interesting how everyone in this discussion seems to be under the assumption that Sunset Blvd. will stay if ToT becomes Guardians. what's really there in Sunset Blvd?

The dated Beauty and the Beast show? That's in desperate need of some upsdates and new costumes. I love that show, but when I was there over the summer, the lack of passion in the performers was evident. Something has to be done with that show.

Rocking Rollercoaster? thats already supposed to be getting a retheme with Big hero 6 as a rumor ivr heard thrown around.

The entrance to Fantamic? Move some stuff around and maybe enter through the exit near the front of the park.

That's it. I absolutely hate the idea of ToT being rethemed, but I think we should stop thinking of how it would ruin Sunset Blvd and start picturing Sunset Blvd becoming Marvel Avenue. Replace Beauty and the Beast with a stunt show or use thay space for smaller scale attraction (a dark side or flat ride probably). Retheme the buildings and shops.

If they go with the Tower retheme, I'm almost positive it will be at least partially because Disney wants to make a Marvel land as the next big step. One ride in epcot is one thing, but there's just sooo many reasons why they could never build a whole land there. That would explain turning their attention to the tower.
I agree that Sunset Blvd would have to be re-themed if they go forward with Guardians of the Tower of Terror. It wouldn't fit in any way. The problem I have is that the park needs sooooo much work. Why take away the one section of the park that works beautifully both in theme and in transition from the rest of the park? Add a GoTG e-ticket and/or a Marvel based land to the expansion pad behind Indy Stunt Show and/or in place of the stunt show. They could also use the mostly empty Animation Courtyard area. There is also space backstage behind that area. The point is they really should leave ToT alone, keep the Sunset Blvd theme and freshen up the Beauty and the Beast stadium and Fantasmic with new and/or updated shows. I wouldn't mind a rethemed of rockin roller coaster either.
 

xdan0920

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Observation: the Florida Tower will have had a pretty good run. At this point, it's been in operation nearly as long as 20,000 Leagues was

Good bit of trivia. Kind of startling to realize how long it's been since WDW opened a game changing attraction though.

For every one who threatens to stop visiting the parks, there's one who visits religiously, loves this new rumor and can't get enough of it.

Ironically, these are the same people.
 

WDW1974

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Original Poster
Just some thoughts since some people, including some I respect like @marni1971, are hearing conflicting information.

Went back to the two top sources on this. I asked last night what percentage chance do they give of it happening. After talking or corresponding with them, I'm saying the chances are over 70%. If you recall, when I (and I alone much like when I released the entire SDL lineup, or Georgie K taking over at WDW or, in my LP.com days, Harry Potter taking over Amity and a train connecting both UNI parks, or SDL not opening on time and the reasons why or ... well, I just like patting myself on the tushie when I don't have a fanboi minion here to do it for me!) broke the GotG news to start with I gave a 90% chance in Anaheim and a 50% chance in O-Town. See how that worked out.

Oh, and please tell my fans in the Twitverse that I never said Disney was getting a fifth gate (ever) or attractions based on the Disney Villains etc. And that Disney did indeed search for potential buyers/investors for P&R beginning in 2007 or right after Bob Iger became comfortable as the head of TWDC. The fact it didn't happen and Disney didn't put out a press release in no way changes things. Truth is truth, even if it happens in a forest with no one around to see or hear.

Also, I don't know who (maybe @WDWFigment or @RSoxNo1? was someone familiar ...) said my batting average was about .500. While that would be impressive, indeed, the reality is it's much closer to .900. And when I am wrong about something, almost -- but not -- everytime, it is because decisions change late in the game. If I had been posting on a Disney site in 1972 and was gushing about the amazing Thunder Mesa expansion coming to the MK, ask yourself would I have been wrong? It really is that simple.

I am trying to ascertain why people still are pushing the Guardians to UoE deal and without any solid info all I can do is speculate that some folks' employment might ride on whether their version of misplacing Iger and Chappie's prized IP gets selected. Believe me, I am not saying plans don't exist. I have seen them. But that means nothing. The WRE had plans ... so did the DVC resort where the Four Seasons sits. Both of those examples were much further developed than any dancing trees at EPCOT when the plug got pulled.

It also may help if you get some basic fundamental points. For instance, despite how negative reactions have been to DCA's makeover, the sales at DCA's Tower gift shop have more than tripled this fall. Again, I'll let an 'insider' take over the narrative:

"Colglazier and Chapek were both caught off guard by the blowback on the Guardians remake, but it's important to remember these are two men who have no real passion for the theme park industry, they very rarely visit Disneyland in their time off, and they have no personal experience working in a Disney theme park with paying guests. They simply have no idea what Disney theme park customers like, and they have no gut instinct to go off of when it's time to decide on something like this. This decision was based on IP investment and potential future merch sales, and not much more. WDI is happy to go along because a big E Ticket project like this allows Imagineers to stay on the payroll, pad their portfolio, and prevent themselves from being laid off just after a new theme park opens (Shanghai). Disneyland Resort attendance and spending has continued to be up over forecasts by low double digit percentages since the 60th ended in September; the truth is Anaheim's numbers continue to be wildly successful while WDW is stagnant. Those big Anaheim numbers continue to thrill Chapek and make Colglazier feel he's making the right decisions, regardless of what the fans are saying online."

How many UoE "Ellen's Final Adventure' shirts do you think they can sell? How many mugs, pins and keychains? How much work would the design studio need? You pull a ToT GotG makeover and all that work is covered.

Everything comes down to $$$ with Disney (RapidFill anyone?), like most companies. You may look at EPCOT's laughably outdated Future World attractions like they exist for satire. But all Disney sees is that EPCOT is phenomenally profitable and busy due to its food, beverage and merchandise sales. There is absolutely nothing at wrong with EPCOT if you look at it from a strictly financial viewpoint. The staleness and emptiness are all washed away by the vomit of tourists and bumpkins who have spent the day drinking around the world.

Now, look at plans for adding GotG to EPCOT at a cost that would make RSRs look cheap by comparison.

Now, look at DHS from Disney's perspective. It is a construction zone and despite any public bravado is getting hammered in the Guest satisfaction surveys and Disney is giving people freebies left and right when they complain that the park is a construction pit with nothing to do.

Now, think about how little it will cost to reskin the ToT. Look at Anaheim for the simplicity of it all. Ask yourself if you really think Disney wants to spent over $400 million to build an attraction at EPCOT or a tiny fraction of that to bring the GotG to DHS.

For everybody here who will be ******** about Tower leaving, think about all the newbies and one-and-dones who aren't expecting ToT to exist to begin with. They'll all be running to that park for the new Marvel ride. Sad and pathetic, but also the reality.

You are working in Burbank. You have no experience or passion for theme parks. You care. But you care in a certain construct. Why would you ever pick EPCOT and largely new build that would take years versus this no-brainer? You know you wouldn't. The fact these people shouldn't be in positions to make such decisions is another matter entirely.

Finally, want to be crystal clear, Disney CAN use GotG in WDW. In any park. And they can well after they make any appearance in any Avengers films. I know people get hooked on that point. But the lawyers on both side have gone over this. We wouldn't be having this discussion at all if they couldn't.
 

lazyboy97o

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No, they don't - and it's been awhile since they tried. Which is another reason, given the success of the HD remaster, that I would be willing to bet money it's next up on the block for a reboot since they are mining their library for well-known IPs to get people to subscribe to the service. If they didn't, they would be stupid. It's the easiest show ever to reboot because it's just a concept of an anthology series that can be about and star anything or anyone.

The licensing deal was mentioned earlier in the thread several times.
Again, if it were so easy to reboot it should have some history of success.

The licensing deal has always been denied as a motivation from those considered reputable sources of information. It has only ever been given as a hypothetical for those seeking a more palatable motivation.
 

jpeden

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@WDW1974 not trying to cause issues, but is there a reason you are so sure that @marni1971 is wrong? He's on record as saying his sources (which have been good) are saying GotG is greenlit for UoE. You're on record as saying from your sources (which are also good) that it's coming to ToT. Is there anyway that they're doing both? I just don't know how the conflicting information is so stark in contrast to one another.
 

Absimilliard

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Just some thoughts since some people, including some I respect like @marni1971, are hearing conflicting information.

Went back to the two top sources on this. I asked last night what percentage chance do they give of it happening. After talking or corresponding with them, I'm saying the chances are over 70%. If you recall, when I (and I alone much like when I released the entire SDL lineup, or Georgie K taking over at WDW or, in my LP.com days, Harry Potter taking over Amity and a train connecting both UNI parks, or SDL not opening on time and the reasons why or ... well, I just like patting myself on the tushie when I don't have a fanboi minion here to do it for me!) broke the GotG news to start with I gave a 90% chance in Anaheim and a 50% chance in O-Town. See how that worked out.

Oh, and please tell my fans in the Twitverse that I never said Disney was getting a fifth gate (ever) or attractions based on the Disney Villains etc. And that Disney did indeed search for potential buyers/investors for P&R beginning in 2007 or right after Bob Iger became comfortable as the head of TWDC. The fact it didn't happen and Disney didn't put out a press release in no way changes things. Truth is truth, even if it happens in a forest with no one around to see or hear.

Also, I don't know who (maybe @WDWFigment or @RSoxNo1? was someone familiar ...) said my batting average was about .500. While that would be impressive, indeed, the reality is it's much closer to .900. And when I am wrong about something, almost -- but not -- everytime, it is because decisions change late in the game. If I had been posting on a Disney site in 1972 and was gushing about the amazing Thunder Mesa expansion coming to the MK, ask yourself would I have been wrong? It really is that simple.

I am trying to ascertain why people still are pushing the Guardians to UoE deal and without any solid info all I can do is speculate that some folks' employment might ride on whether their version of misplacing Iger and Chappie's prized IP gets selected. Believe me, I am not saying plans don't exist. I have seen them. But that means nothing. The WRE had plans ... so did the DVC resort where the Four Seasons sits. Both of those examples were much further developed than any dancing trees at EPCOT when the plug got pulled.

It also may help if you get some basic fundamental points. For instance, despite how negative reactions have been to DCA's makeover, the sales at DCA's Tower gift shop have more than tripled this fall. Again, I'll let an 'insider' take over the narrative:

"Colglazier and Chapek were both caught off guard by the blowback on the Guardians remake, but it's important to remember these are two men who have no real passion for the theme park industry, they very rarely visit Disneyland in their time off, and they have no personal experience working in a Disney theme park with paying guests. They simply have no idea what Disney theme park customers like, and they have no gut instinct to go off of when it's time to decide on something like this. This decision was based on IP investment and potential future merch sales, and not much more. WDI is happy to go along because a big E Ticket project like this allows Imagineers to stay on the payroll, pad their portfolio, and prevent themselves from being laid off just after a new theme park opens (Shanghai). Disneyland Resort attendance and spending has continued to be up over forecasts by low double digit percentages since the 60th ended in September; the truth is Anaheim's numbers continue to be wildly successful while WDW is stagnant. Those big Anaheim numbers continue to thrill Chapek and make Colglazier feel he's making the right decisions, regardless of what the fans are saying online."

How many UoE "Ellen's Final Adventure' shirts do you think they can sell? How many mugs, pins and keychains? How much work would the design studio need? You pull a ToT GotG makeover and all that work is covered.

Everything comes down to $$$ with Disney (RapidFill anyone?), like most companies. You may look at EPCOT's laughably outdated Future World attractions like they exist for satire. But all Disney sees is that EPCOT is phenomenally profitable and busy due to its food, beverage and merchandise sales. There is absolutely nothing at wrong with EPCOT if you look at it from a strictly financial viewpoint. The staleness and emptiness are all washed away by the vomit of tourists and bumpkins who have spent the day drinking around the world.

Now, look at plans for adding GotG to EPCOT at a cost that would make RSRs look cheap by comparison.

Now, look at DHS from Disney's perspective. It is a construction zone and despite any public bravado is getting hammered in the Guest satisfaction surveys and Disney is giving people freebies left and right when they complain that the park is a construction pit with nothing to do.

Now, think about how little it will cost to reskin the ToT. Look at Anaheim for the simplicity of it all. Ask yourself if you really think Disney wants to spent over $400 million to build an attraction at EPCOT or a tiny fraction of that to bring the GotG to DHS.

For everybody here who will be ******** about Tower leaving, think about all the newbies and one-and-dones who aren't expecting ToT to exist to begin with. They'll all be running to that park for the new Marvel ride. Sad and pathetic, but also the reality.

You are working in Burbank. You have no experience or passion for theme parks. You care. But you care in a certain construct. Why would you ever pick EPCOT and largely new build that would take years versus this no-brainer? You know you wouldn't. The fact these people shouldn't be in positions to make such decisions is another matter entirely.

Finally, want to be crystal clear, Disney CAN use GotG in WDW. In any park. And they can well after they make any appearance in any Avengers films. I know people get hooked on that point. But the lawyers on both side have gone over this. We wouldn't be having this discussion at all if they couldn't.

Your message should be pinned and mandatory reading for anyone coming to this forum. People simply don't understand that plans... change and I recently had an example where a park leaked something to me and even gave me the ok to post it on my blog. I checked recently on those new slides and guess what? Delayed... They went in another direction. It is one of the big reason why my amusement park blog is mostly History and not News.

On the subject of Guardians to Tower, when you broke that rumor, I checked on my side and was told that a WDI staffer claimed the whole rumor was "distant blue sky" and false. It shows that inside WDI, the divisions are so severe one hand will claim something is "not happening" while the other hand is putting the finishing touches on it.
 

Phil12

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As usual, the point has sailed clear over your head. None of the attractions you've listed are visible while walking down Sunset Blvd. Tower is literally the anchor of the area, rooted firmly in 1930s Hollywood. A fortress/warehouse/power plant completely shatters the immersion. You cannot possibly deny this.

I don't deny that Guardians belongs in Studios. It's really the only park that it does. However, why can't a brand new attraction be built? Why insist on shoving it into an existing ride? A ride that is HUGELY popular
Actually, I don't think you are familiar with 1930's Hollywood. It was very eclectic and a "fortress/warehouse/power plant" would fit nicely in the rag-tag architecture of that time. The real estate boom in that area was not well managed because the population quickly doubled between 1920 and 1930. But Disney could retain the hotel exterior and still put GotG inside the building.

ToT style is based upon the Mission Inn Hotel and the Biltmore. The Spanish Colonial Revival Style and California's Mission Revival Style could be changed and the building would still fit the1930's architectural mash up that was historically common in southern California.

I think this is a case of you just wanting to retain what is familiar to you and what feels right to you. That's fine with me. However, I don't think the current hotel anchors the area in any way. Guests screaming out of open elevator doors kinda tells me it's a drop ride. But I'm blessed with a keen sense of the obvious. I would like to see a transparent front put on the bullring so we could see all the mechanical operations inside. Just like X-ray vision!
 

CDavid

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At least Avatar was replacing LITERALLY NOTHING!

Camp Minnie-Mickey was a placeholder, but Avatar does presumably take the place of whatever we would have (eventually, hopefully, maybe) seen built instead. The park still needed expansion and "filling-out", and what would otherwise have been approved could have been more thematically appropriate for the park (I know, I know - must be IP). .

Instead, we got blue aliens.
 

Marc Davis Fan

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@WDW1974 Thank you for your invaluable information and insight. It means a lot for theme park enthusiasts like myself to hear about these things - especially really bad ones like this - in advance rather than to be surprised by them just before they happen.

Do you have an idea about the current timeline, specifically in terms of the time before construction scrims go up? What is the latest we can see ToT in its full state? Through the end of 2017, or will scrims go up in mid/late-2017? Basically, until when can we "pay our last respects"? I think this is something a lot of us would deeply appreciate knowing.
 
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Brer Oswald

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Camp Minnie-Mickey was a placeholder, but Avatar does presumably take the place of whatever we would have (eventually, hopefully, maybe) seen built instead. The park still needed expansion and "filling-out", and what would otherwise have been approved could have been more thematically appropriate for the park (I know, I know - must be IP). .

Instead, we got blue aliens.
I would have preferred something original too, but the odds that we were going to get Beastly Kingdom or something else new was extremely slim. They'd sooner keep Camp Minnie-Mickey than make something original.
 

DznyRktekt

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Just some thoughts since some people, including some I respect like @marni1971, are hearing conflicting information.

If you recall, when I (and I alone much like when I released the entire SDL lineup, or Georgie K taking over at WDW or, in my LP.com days, Harry Potter taking over Amity and a train connecting both UNI parks, or SDL not opening on time and the reasons why or ... well, I just like patting myself on the tushie when I don't have a fanboi minion here to do it for me!)

I remember you being the first to share all of this information. At the time it was difficult to grasp Amity leaving, but its demise was part of a bigger picture and business strategy to link the two parks like never before.

Regarding Disney entertaining the notion of selling off P&R.. If a sale had been successful, do you think WDW would be on the same path? Is the Star Wars expansion and investment in other areas the response to the deal not happening?
 

SorcererMC

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Just some thoughts since some people, including some I respect like @marni1971

Went back to the two top sources on this. I asked last night what percentage chance do they give of it happening. After talking or corresponding with them, I'm saying the chances are over 70%. If you recall, when I (and I alone much like when I released the entire SDL lineup, or Georgie K taking over at WDW or, in my LP.com days, Harry Potter taking over Amity and a train connecting both UNI parks, or SDL not opening on time and the reasons why or ... well, I just like patting myself on the tushie when I don't have a fanboi minion here to do it for me!) broke the GotG news to start with I gave a 90% chance in Anaheim and a 50% chance in O-Town. See how that worked out.

Oh, and please tell my fans in the Twitverse that I never said Disney was getting a fifth gate (ever) or attractions based on the Disney Villains etc. And that Disney did indeed search for potential buyers/investors for P&R beginning in 2007 or right after Bob Iger became comfortable as the head of TWDC. The fact it didn't happen and Disney didn't put out a press release in no way changes things. Truth is truth, even if it happens in a forest with no one around to see or hear.

Also, I don't know who (maybe @WDWFigment or @RSoxNo1? was someone familiar ...) said my batting average was about .500. While that would be impressive, indeed, the reality is it's much closer to .900. And when I am wrong about something, almost -- but not -- everytime, it is because decisions change late in the game. If I had been posting on a Disney site in 1972 and was gushing about the amazing Thunder Mesa expansion coming to the MK, ask yourself would I have been wrong? It really is that simple.

I am trying to ascertain why people still are pushing the Guardians to UoE deal and without any solid info all I can do is speculate that some folks' employment might ride on whether their version of misplacing Iger and Chappie's prized IP gets selected. Believe me, I am not saying plans don't exist. I have seen them. But that means nothing. The WRE had plans ... so did the DVC resort where the Four Seasons sits. Both of those examples were much further developed than any dancing trees at EPCOT when the plug got pulled.

It also may help if you get some basic fundamental points. For instance, despite how negative reactions have been to DCA's makeover, the sales at DCA's Tower gift shop have more than tripled this fall. Again, I'll let an 'insider' take over the narrative:

"Colglazier and Chapek were both caught off guard by the blowback on the Guardians remake, but it's important to remember these are two men who have no real passion for the theme park industry, they very rarely visit Disneyland in their time off, and they have no personal experience working in a Disney theme park with paying guests. They simply have no idea what Disney theme park customers like, and they have no gut instinct to go off of when it's time to decide on something like this. This decision was based on IP investment and potential future merch sales, and not much more. WDI is happy to go along because a big E Ticket project like this allows Imagineers to stay on the payroll, pad their portfolio, and prevent themselves from being laid off just after a new theme park opens (Shanghai). Disneyland Resort attendance and spending has continued to be up over forecasts by low double digit percentages since the 60th ended in September; the truth is Anaheim's numbers continue to be wildly successful while WDW is stagnant. Those big Anaheim numbers continue to thrill Chapek and make Colglazier feel he's making the right decisions, regardless of what the fans are saying online."

How many UoE "Ellen's Final Adventure' shirts do you think they can sell? How many mugs, pins and keychains? How much work would the design studio need? You pull a ToT GotG makeover and all that work is covered.

Everything comes down to $$$ with Disney (RapidFill anyone?), like most companies. You may look at EPCOT's laughably outdated Future World attractions like they exist for satire. But all Disney sees is that EPCOT is phenomenally profitable and busy due to its food, beverage and merchandise sales. There is absolutely nothing at wrong with EPCOT if you look at it from a strictly financial viewpoint. The staleness and emptiness are all washed away by the vomit of tourists and bumpkins who have spent the day drinking around the world.

Now, look at plans for adding GotG to EPCOT at a cost that would make RSRs look cheap by comparison.

Now, look at DHS from Disney's perspective. It is a construction zone and despite any public bravado is getting hammered in the Guest satisfaction surveys and Disney is giving people freebies left and right when they complain that the park is a construction pit with nothing to do.

Now, think about how little it will cost to reskin the ToT. Look at Anaheim for the simplicity of it all. Ask yourself if you really think Disney wants to spent over $400 million to build an attraction at EPCOT or a tiny fraction of that to bring the GotG to DHS.

For everybody here who will be ******** about Tower leaving, think about all the newbies and one-and-dones who aren't expecting ToT to exist to begin with. They'll all be running to that park for the new Marvel ride. Sad and pathetic, but also the reality.

You are working in Burbank. You have no experience or passion for theme parks. You care. But you care in a certain construct. Why would you ever pick EPCOT and largely new build that would take years versus this no-brainer? You know you wouldn't. The fact these people shouldn't be in positions to make such decisions is another matter entirely.

Finally, want to be crystal clear, Disney CAN use GotG in WDW. In any park. And they can well after they make any appearance in any Avengers films. I know people get hooked on that point. But the lawyers on both side have gone over this. We wouldn't be having this discussion at all if they couldn't.[/USER]

Thank you for this additional context which explains how these kinds of decisions are made based on the numbers and weighing the cost-benefit. While it is absurd to us as fans that they would even consider changing a park icon, as you have explained, they have no such attachments. Sounds like another example of execs 'in a bubble' and being out of touch (vs having their finger on the pulse of their customers).

(Just so you know I wasn't trying to put you on the spot with my post that quoted you a couple of pages back; I was trying to pre-empt those who say 'Spirit got it wrong' - when in fact you are responsible with when and how you reveal information and your accuracy/ record speaks for itself. And I trust marni1971 in the same regard.)
 
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ParentsOf4

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@WDW1974 not trying to cause issues, but is there a reason you are so sure that @marni1971 is wrong? He's on record as saying his sources (which have been good) are saying GotG is greenlit for UoE. You're on record as saying from your sources (which are also good) that it's coming to ToT. Is there anyway that they're doing both? I just don't know how the conflicting information is so stark in contrast to one another.
Being involved in these sort of decisions elsewhere, things are never 100% until the shovel hits the dirt. (Projects even get cancelled after they get started.) Until then, the actual likelihood of something is open to interpretation. "Ted" might have one impression of what's really happening, while "Alice" might have a very different impression. "Ted's" interpretation of what (for example) Bob Iger really meant might be different than "Alice's" interpretation.

This assumes "Ted" and "Alice" are privy to identical information. Often they are not. "Alice" may have heard something from (in this case) Bob Iger that "Ted" did not.

Remember, @WDW1974 wrote that this might not happen for years. There are several other WDW projects already in the pipeline. Even then, @WDW1974 gave this a 70% probability in his most recent post.

Presumably, @marni1971 and @WDW1974 are in communication with different people who have different information with different impressions of what's going on.

Don't be surprised if plans change again.
 

Phil12

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When were Pirates, HM or Small World changed like this? We aren't talking about a minor tweak to ToT we are talking about changing literally everything but the ride system. You are way too hung up on IP. The other 3 classic rides you mentioned were not even based on an existing IP. Tower of Terror isn't a ride that promotes the Twilight Zone TV series. The TV series works well into the backstory of the ride, but it's really secondary to the rest of the experience.
When Johnny Depp was put into Pirates some folks here thought the world was coming to an end. Same thing was true for the M.C. Escher staircase in HM and removal or changes in the signs and dolls in SM. It does matter how big or small the changes are, some folks will find fault. I've learned that the critics are soon forgotten. Perhaps they resign themselves to the changes or they realize they were wrong. I seldom hear people complain about Depp in Pirates nor the ghosts riding home with you in HM. I also think that some of these critics are just embarrassed once they see what a success attractions such as Frozen Ever After have become. I guess it's just the nature of some folks to complain about things over which they have no control

The Tower itself is also a park icon. It's what you think of when you think of the park. It anchors an entire land and that land and the ride are really well themed. As close as we have to perfect at WDW. When you walk down the street towards the tower it looks like it's been there for years and it belongs there. This crazy eye soar they want to build will be an abomination in that setting. I just don't see how you can think adding a current IP to the existing attraction "works well". I know some here are critical of Disney for having too much focus on creating backstories for every little thing (like a shopping mall), but how do they explain the existence of this "GoTG building" in classic Hollywood.
The bottom line is they're going to dump the Twilight Zone. No one is saying that you have to get on board and like the change. You can join the group that will say, "I remember when GotG was perfect back when it was the Twilight Zone". That's fine with me. You've made up your mind that any change will be an abomination.

All I can say is that I expect you are going to be very disappointed. For me, I look forward to the change and I think they'll do a great job.
 

jt04

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At least Avatar was replacing LITERALLY NOTHING!

Yes, a common spirited complaint on these boards is that WDW never gains real capacity. Pandora opens the box to all sorts of new attractions and offerings at WDW over the next decade apparently.

Patience is rewarded.
 
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