Everyone was hating on Mission Breakout and then it opened and all of a sudden it was a masterpiece of imagineering.
I wanted to barf when Chapek brought up how "successful" Mission Cashgrab was during the presentation. He only mentioned it 15 times.Depends on your standards.
From everyone I've talked to, MB has been nothing but successful (I've talked to both fans and casual parkgoers). Personally, I enjoyed the ride. I just wish it didn't have to be placed in an area that it doesn't quite fit in (yet).I wanted to barf when Chapek brought up how "successful" Mission Cashgrab was during the presentation. He only mentioned it 15 times.
Why does everyone assume GoTG has to be related to energy? Kinda sound like that entire side of future world is becoming space themed. GotG, update to MS, new Space resturant.. Test Track is the only thing standing in the way of an entire all space themed area of the park.
Because it's going inside the Energy pavilion? They're probably going in the space direction, but Energy was an original EPCOT Center attraction. One hopes they are not kicking that theme to the curb.
I'm speaking hypothetically. I'm trying to come up with a way for this to tie into the theme, but struggling. It's a roller coaster. The focus will be on the thrill and Guardians, I can pretty much guarantee. Same way Frozen Ever After focuses on Elsa and Anna and not Norway.Well considering we don't have any details about the story of the ride we can't speak if it does or doesn't
I pitched that on my podcast and these forums a while ago. Why haven't I been hired for story work at Imagineering yet?The second piece of concept art brings the memory of where they all first met in the first film. It has that kind of vibe. They should install a Stan Lee animatronic just talking to a lady in the balcony, Lol.
Did anyone else want to punch Chapek in the face when he said adding Guardians of the Galaxy would make Epcot more "Disney"?
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