A few posts ago I joked about the witch in Brave being Boo from MI, and the ride will ultimately be part Brave part Door-coaster - which it seems we've all been craving. It's obvious that without Brave, we get the MI Door Coaster ...behind each door is a child from a different UK country:Well, now that the IP is up for grabs again, let's all name every sing Disney IP related to the UK in some way... for the fifth time.
I'll go first: Star Wars: Ride of the Empire. Because the officers of the empire all have British accents.
England isn't leaving the UK. The UK is leaving the European Union. The UK consists of England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. After Brexit, it will remain that way... unless Scotland and/or Northern Ireland leave the UK. If that happens, they can rename it "United Kingdom and Scotland."When Brexit goes through won't they have to make a change to the UK pavilion since England will no longer be a part of it? And if so will that effect what IP's will be used, Mary Poppins is English but Brave is Scootish
The Seaglass Carousel at New York comes to mind in terms of the ride being indoors.An indoor carousel with ever-changing chalk-drawn scenes (360 screenz) culminating into a finale "race" would be OK by me! A simple carousel however... that would be lame. And not worthy of adding, IMO. Regardless, here's hoping we get something more than a spinner.