Bing Bong is the only part of Inside Out other than the Figment reference that belongs in the Imagination pavilion. He should get the theater.... or better yet, he should get Bing Bongs Rocket Roller Coaster in DHS
I’ll fix that!.....bbbuuuuuttt I need to finish school firstI think it's just that those "in the know" have said that was being discussed, so we're bandying about ideas of how it could work. I agree that the film probably is a better fit for WoL, but nothing has really come out that Disney is even considering redoing the pavilion. I think at this point, they've kind of given up on a cohesive theme for Epcot and are simply using it as Magic Kingdom 2 with World Showcase. Frozen and GotG have made that pretty clear.
Inside Out's story is more in line with Cranium Command than Imagination.Inside Out's best fit is clearly the Imagination Pavilion. Should it replace Figment? Highly debatable. The current attraction is nothing worth saving, but Figment is iconic.
Inside Out should definitely take over the theater, though.
It's true, but Disney needs to start recognizing that park attractions are IPs and should be treated as such. I'm willing to bet that "it's a small world" has more name recognition than Inside Out.He's not an IP in the way they view IP's currently. I'm not saying he's not but it's not the same thing to them, IMHO. It SHOULD be. But it doesn't appear to be. Just because they market him as the mascot and take advantage of those who love him to sell plush .....
I mean a massive two hour long commercial in theaters. The comic book was a good start. But they don't seem convinced to go all in on Figment. Again, just because he's the mascot and is on merch and sells plush. That's not really a big wig thing, Iger hasn't demanded Figment be the park mascot . That's merchandise designing what sells. I think it all matters and Figment should be viewed as a successful IP, but I don't think they view him that way. It sucks but it's just how I see it. I don't think they value him enough right now to devote a new ride to him. But they should. And I hope beyond hope I'm wrong in how they view him.
I get what you're saying but in all fairness Its a Small World has been around a little while longer and people experience it every day of the year in multiple theme parks. Before it was an attraction it had no recognition.It's true, but Disney needs to start recognizing that park attractions are IPs and should be treated as such. I'm willing to bet that "it's a small world" has more name recognition than Inside Out.
All these people that want to label Rat c/d ticket lol... it’s the headliner of Wdsp and willRatatouille is a physically massive and expensive attraction. That is not a C/D ticket kind of scope.
So we want an entire pavilion centered on the Id. Electroconvulsive therapy (aka Shock Treatment) ride, that would fit in with the new Disney Princess Dr Frankenfurter once the Fox deal closes. How do you make psychosocial orientation, neuroses, and mental illness into an entertaining attraction ? That's the larger question as that's what Inside Out is all about, that inner dialog.I know. But some, like certain bald Disney executives and some posters around here, need that breadcrumb trail to lead them down the correct, logical path.
Ive been there...Ive been on it. Calling it a "C/D ticket" level doesn't make it a bad ride or an unpopular one, it just categorizes its scale and scope. Peter Pan was considered a C ticket ride and its one of the most popular rides in the Magic Kingdom. As for Rat being the centerpiece of WDSP, its a ride that is based on the highest grossing animated movie in French history and its a very well executed one to boot.All these people that want to label Rat c/d ticket lol... it’s the headliner of Wdsp and will Be the headliner at Epcot. It is an E ticket... a weak one. Y’all need to go ride these rides and stop labeling rides based on YouTube viewings...
I've ridden it and generously think it is a D-. Forgettable. I would guess that if you did a poll of people who have ridden it the C and D option would both beat out E. Who cares how big the building is and how much it cost. It is all about the experience. There are some that absolutely love it and think it to be an E, but I believe the consensus in DLRP is that it is a D. It will no doubt be popular and crowded for a couple of years but anything new at WDW always is. And it being the headliner at WDSP isn't exactly praise.All these people that want to label Rat c/d ticket lol... it’s the headliner of Wdsp and will
Be the headliner at Epcot. It is an E ticket... a weak one. Y’all need to go ride these rides and stop labeling rides based on YouTube viewings...