Why is it called a gravity building? I suppose I’m going to find out that’s a dumb question, but I have to ask. Roller coaster term or something to do with this specific project?
Also, I took the time this week to check out the movies. The first Marvel movies i’ve watched except for the first Fantastic Four movie years ago, I think before disney acquired Marvel. I had no idea who these characters were going in. They are definitely Marvel property, flawed unlikely superheros. I like that the movies have a great comic book feel. Being a child of the 60s, 70s... love the mix tape/ music story. Still can’t figure out why they belong in this park. I know...dead horse.
It would have thrown off the forced perspective. Cost substantially more.
And for all we know the exterior may be getting an overlay eventually. Disney may not have decided exactly what that will be yet. In any case, this leaves open options for the future. Pun intended.
One possibility of many. Which you have misunderstood anyway. Who mentioned ripping off the facade?Oh, so it’s phase two of the building!! That makes sense now, tear off the exterior, close the attraction and build a new exterior... there are themed lands that are STILL waiting “phase two”. They’re not going to do that much work or financial investment into one building, when they could have done it right from the beginning.
One possibility of many. Which you have misunderstood anyway. Who mentioned ripping off the facade?
The "problem" is being overstated as usual here and I am of the leave it as is crowd until at least FW has a direction. Then add theming if and only if it helps the backstory.
Disney isn't going to get distracted by the Monday morning quarterbacking. I'm shocked people haven't figured this out by now.
The load/unload areas of the coaster are held within the former Energy building. Then the connection, or "launch tunnel" sends the trains into a building where gravity takes over and the coaster goes along the track, propelled mainly by gravity, hence the term "Gravity Building"Why is it called a gravity building? I suppose I’m going to find out that’s a dumb question, but I have to ask. Roller coaster term or something to do with this specific project?
Painting the building a different color isn’t going to do much. The problem is... a problem. Disney didn’t want to pay to do this better. It’s an ugly blue warehouse. It’s Sunday night not Monday morning, but seeing your opinion on this building I don’t expect you to care about details... amiright? Some express their opinions not because we think it will sway Disney, but to have a dialogue about what we experience at the parks. If you really think your defense of the company makes Bob Iger sleep better tonight, you’ve been misled. Before you say that’s not your belief then I would ask you, based on your logic, why would you post a counter opinion?
Because most of the criticism of decisions made the last decade come from a very few sources. If not countered they would become bigger distractions on these forums and eventually kill this magical place. See the forums at LP and the site that can't be named.
I enjoy discussing future WDW projects and wouldn't want to see the same fate happen to wdwmagic.
So I am just adding equal time, a counterbalance, an equal and opposite reaction to knee jerk pessimism. Effectively.
So to be clear... When you respond it’s a noble cause to bring balance. But those of us who think this was a bad move (and I consider myself to be pretty balanced in what I do and do not like that I see Disney doing) are Monday morning quarterbacking because we disagree with a decision Disney made? Hm, interesting perspective.
I’ve been on park many times since this project began I assure you. I’ve both intentionally and unintentionally observed the building from the parking lot, monorail, busses, future world and world showcase. I promise you my opinion of this isn’t knee jerk. When I haven’t seen something first hand, I usually withhold commenting because photos can be deceiving.