And yet when they release figures for the 50th anniversary of Lucasfilm, nary a ST figure shows up. Jar Jar, Battle Droid, Mace Windu are all there but no Rey? Greedo and Jawa for the umpteenth time but no Finn?
Haha. You know what I mean. It’s a slow moving boat ride with an emphasis on the atmosphere. So a drop that you can actually kind of feel in your stomach is appreciated as just a great bonus and really rounds out the experience. As opposed to a Star Wars ride that you expect to be more physically thrilling but doesn’t deliver.
Hopefully they left a lot of trees from Bugs Land. The left pic is giving me some Incredibles vibes. A super high tech looking lair/ headquarters in the middle of a lot of green/ trees could look cool.
it looks to me like theres enough separation between cars to avengers campus that the transition should be pretty smooth and cool. Same with the main entrance of the hub. The entrance from GotG should be pretty grand as well. Cant wait for this land to open and things to be back to semi-normal
Is anyone else appreciating the parks in a whole new way now? I saw a vlog of Cars Land and after a year away from the parks it looks glorious. I’ve always appreciated Cars Land aesthetically. My one knock on the land was that it doesn’t keep me there for whatever reason. I don’t hang out there. I spend more time in Pixar Pier than Cars Land.
Pixar Pier is peak Imagineering. Never before has such an immersive and important land been built. The implementation of a linear narrative on a seaside amusement coaster utilizing aspirational superhero characters is inspiring and transformative for a generation in a way Pirates of the Caribbean will never be.