At some point the $ will dictate it to be financially prudent to simply close / dismantle the operation in Anaheim and move it lock stock and barrel out of state. Start over, say, in the great state of Nevada or hey! the great state of Texas (a whole other country).You do understand that the media has convinced most people the first picture is true while it actually isn't, right? Well, ok, maybe parts of California, but that is more literal than what I think you mean, as California's fires are literal wild fires.
Meanwhile in Florida.......Theme Parks may now resume normal operations with limited social distancing requirements:
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has announced the Sunshine State will begin Phase 3 of its reopening plan today.insidethemagic.net
Yet California still insists on theme parks being shut down.
You know I said that before and was told that could never happen, but honestly after all we have seen this year, I don't know that we can rule it out.At some point the $ will dictate it to be financially prudent to simply close / dismantle the operation in Anaheim and move it lock stock and barrel out of state. Start over, say, in the great state of Nevada or hey! the great state of Texas (a whole other country).
There are a lot of people that are already disagreeing with you, even a lot of Hollywood elites are leaving the state for Arizona and Texas. So I can't say they wouldn't.
I have many friends that have done just that. While California was preferable from a weather perspective, the cost of living, traffic amongst other factors drove them from the state. Not to mention the many friends that have moved to Tennessee. My wife and I are strongly considering leaving at some point...Asheville NC and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho (where my brother lives) are options on our list.
Friends parents and aunt/uncle retired out of the state (AZ) because they're sick of CA. Friend and husband moved to Tennessee and love it. Two other friends moved to Oregon and love it. Sister and brother in law are looking at Colorado and Texas.
Since most movies and shows are filmed outside California anyway, it is possible that Disney might move all or most parts of the actual Disney Studios outside California.
However, the cost to actually move Disneyland would be astronomical, and it would also be impractical. There is a slim possibility that Disney might decide to close the Disneyland Resort and open a resort in another state. However, if that happened, it would basically be a brand new resort built from the ground up that might reuse parts of the Disneyland Resort. I wouldn't expect any rides to be moved outside of flat rides and ride vehicles that could be reused.
With how few attractions Disney has put into parks built in the last 30 years, I would absolute hate for Disneyland to get replaced by a brand new Disney park.
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