Green Day would have been an amazing theme for the coaster actually.
You're 100% correct. Aerosmith started in 1970, Star Wars started in 1977, 7 short years difference. If "getting old" is the reason for getting rid of something, don't forget, Mickey Mouse was created in 1928. I have never ridden RnRC so it's not because it is important to me, but I have ridden Star Tours once back when it first opened and have never been back since. Disney didn't create Star Wars or have anything to do with Aerosmith but this park was originally a combination of Disney & MGM and based on the Movies. IMO, too much of any ONE thing is a very bad idea. Can you imagine Star Wars eventually dying out and an entire park has to be demolished? You can't say it can't happen because Star Trek was once the rage Star Wars is now. Unfortunately, I can say this because I was around for both.And Star Wars isn't old? And guess what - it's popularity faded too. But the name lived on. So will Aerosmith's.
We don't need any more Star Wars junk in DHS than we're going to get. We've already lost the Animation courtyard - you know, the tribute to the art form that actually built and still sustains the Disney company - to George Lucas' stuff. Enough already.
Can you imagine Star Wars eventually dying out and an entire park has to be demolished? You can't say it can't happen because Star Trek was once the rage Star Wars is now. Unfortunately, I can say this because I was around for both.
Yeah, Toy Story Land has messed up the possibility of Star Wars Park. But the Disneyland Hyperspace Mountain overlay would be amazing in RnRC.
But what about the Tower? Easy. Death Star ride with drop into the trash compactor.
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