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News Guardians of the Galaxy attraction confirmed for Epcot

“Two pavilions, one fully dysfunctional park”
I noticed something in the GotG2 movie that seems relevant to this ride and some people's perception of some ideas discussed about it. In the movie the group called the Sovereign no longer reproduce through the coupling of two people, instead they use birthing pods. They hire the Guardians to attack something for them at the beginning of the movie. It seems like they maybe look down Peter Quill for being a hybrid of some sort unlike them. One of the members of the Guardians takes some batteries from them. A place shown in the movie where some of the Sovereign live is a big golden sphere that seems reminiscent of Spaceship Earth at Epcot. Much of the rest of the area near where the Guardians fight a octopus-like alien is a very fancy and technologically advanced looking city. It makes me wonder who decided to have the Sovereign have that big gold sphere on their planet and what the reasoning for having it there was.
 

mikejs78

Premium Member
I noticed something in the GotG2 movie that seems relevant to this ride and some people's perception of some ideas discussed about it. In the movie the group called the Sovereign no longer reproduce through the coupling of two people, instead they use birthing pods. They hire the Guardians to attack something for them at the beginning of the movie. It seems like they maybe look down Peter Quill for being a hybrid of some sort unlike them. One of the members of the Guardians takes some batteries from them. A place shown in the movie where some of the Sovereign live is a big golden sphere that seems reminiscent of Spaceship Earth at Epcot. Much of the rest of the area near where the Guardians fight a octopus-like alien is a very fancy and technologically advanced looking city. It makes me wonder who decided to have the Sovereign have that big gold sphere on their planet and what the reasoning for having it there was.
When Disney decided not to build Westcot, some aliens stole the plans for Spacestation Earth and built it on this planet.
 

Disneyfanman

Well-Known Member
Time Travel’s unlock is not the same as prior models with a completely free spin. Instead it is limited by the brake even when spinning.
The reviews that I have read online specifically said,that they experienced different spin rotations on different rides. So the spin action is, to some degree, random in nature. Watching it in action leads me to think that the speed of the spins is controlled. It does spin on the inclines and inversions.
 
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