It all depends. There are many variables.
Either way, the ride looks more impressive than much of what WDW has given us lately, which, for the most part, is nothing.
I definitely agree with you on that. The rides from both lands have me very excited.
Honestly i know disney was always capable, im glad they've finally been shaken up. i think the lack of attractions in recent years is due to a lack of focus and just bad management. but things are pulling back together and the gears are turning. the beast has awakened lol.
AA's are obviously very hard to maintain, but the only real impressive AA's Disney has built of late motion-wise have been Ursula, Lincoln and Obama.
I would list the yeti, but we all know how that turned out...
You weren't impressived with the dwarves? Mr. Potato Head? C3PO? Luxo? Lumiere? I thought all were impressive. The Frozen Ever After AAs look really good too from what we've seen so far in the preview videos, mainly Sven.
We have had brief descriptions of rides, have seen brief simulations of what the ride looks like, and we have input from insiders who have access to information on the rides. This is more then enough to have a discussion. Most Disney projects go for long periods of time without much information so it's quite common to have discussions based on very thin information. Personally I enjoy these kinds of discussion. Even if we had no information, it's fun to speculate.
Aren't most if not all AAs outsourced? Garner Holt does all of Disneys. I believe any company can buy from them, it just comes down to how much they want to spend and their confidence in keeping up continued maintenance.I agree. Disney is the king of animatronics. I'm still amazed of how fast and fluid the dinosaurs in Dino are.
Aren't most if not all AAs outsourced? Garner Holt does all of Disneys. I believe any company can buy from them, it just comes down to how much they want to spend and their confidence in keeping up continued maintenance.
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