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Rumor Is Indiana Jones Planning an Adventure to Disney's Animal Kingdom?

WDWTank

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Obviously, Bob Iger lives paycheck-to-paycheck. He wishes he could retire but can’t afford to.
If he built more imaginative ideas in the parks/balance of I.P.s and original attractions then yeah he definitely could :)
 

Bocabear

Well-Known Member
Wouldn't Indy fit well between Dinoland and Asia... The Nemo Theater area is large enough for an Indy attraction and a mini land...without sacrificing Dinosaur... It doesn't have to be either one or the other...there is room to have both, and the landscape and fabric of DAK seems a better fit than DHS which is rapidly changing into something other than a celebration of classic Hollywood...
 

marni1971

WDW History nut
Premium Member
So is the Indy boat ride more likely to come to DHS, or has that been scrapped too? I'm worried about the impact the cuts could have. I know you can't say much, and that's frustrating, but I understand.
A boat ride at DHS was a proposal remember. Not green, not approved and not funded. If it will move to the blue sky phase I don’t know at the moment.
 

Kman101

Premium Member
With all the changes in Animal Kingdom, the nice Harambe expansion, cosmetic makeover of Discovery Island .... Chester and Hester's sticks out like a sore thumb now. It always did but it's even more noticeable. It was just a matter of time. I'm just glad they aren't sitting back and seem to be willing to do something here. But we'll see if anything truly does happen. Sounds like, as always, when WDW starts getting some good stuff, they then start chipping away. I had hoped we'd be spared that this time because of the awareness they have that they've let the parks stagnate for way too long and have a lot of catching up to do.

If some of the chipping away and changes are for the better, I'm glad, but we'll see what happens.
 

ElBendro

Well-Known Member
With all the changes in Animal Kingdom, the nice Harambe expansion, cosmetic makeover of Discovery Island .... Chester and Hester's sticks out like a sore thumb now. It always did but it's even more noticeable. It was just a matter of time. I'm just glad they aren't sitting back and seem to be willing to do something here. But we'll see if anything truly does happen. Sounds like, as always, when WDW starts getting some good stuff, they then start chipping away. I had hoped we'd be spared that this time because of the awareness they have that they've let the parks stagnate for way too long and have a lot of catching up to do.

If some of the chipping away and changes are for the better, I'm glad, but we'll see what happens.
To be fair they were hoping the 22% approval rating for Dinoland would just go up with more smiles, pin trading, and "magical moments".
 
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