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

WDWTank

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Personally, I prefer a movie park presenting a diverse array of films, not 3. If I were a voting member, and I’m not, I’d go for this option (and it is one option):

1) update the Indy spectacular and keep it
2) create a mini land in the area that includes an entrance to an Indy ride behind the Indy show. Include food and merch
3) retheme Star Tours to a separate franchise that I unfortunately cannot disclose

Anybody have a few hundred million dollars to get this going? Start now and it could open for the 50th.
Retheme Star Tours to Sky High flying busses?
 

mikejs78

Premium Member
That sounds great. Theme Star Tours to Indy. Keep / update the stunt show since it can pack them in. And get a high capacity E-ticket ride behind the stunt show. Re-theming Jedi training into Indy training will be fun for the kids.
If there is it will appear here. You don’t have to keep asking - this site has a good reputation of posting news before it is widely available :)
Thanks in large part to you, among others.
 

mikejs78

Premium Member
Personally, I prefer a movie park presenting a diverse array of films, not 3. If I were a voting member, and I’m not, I’d go for this option (and it is one option):

1) update the Indy spectacular and keep it
2) create a mini land in the area that includes an entrance to an Indy ride behind the Indy show. Include food and merch
3) retheme Star Tours to a separate franchise that I unfortunately cannot disclose

Anybody have a few hundred million dollars to get this going? Start now and it could open for the 50th.
I'd prefer they keep Star Tours... Unfortunately that doesn't seem to be in the cards.
 

mikejs78

Premium Member
@beooks1305 since you’re new around here, it’s probably fair for you to know that sometimes, threads can contain all sorts of subjects. While this thread is about Indy and AK, it’s been mentioned that an Indy ride could go to DHS instead. Instead of creating another thread for that, it makes sense to discuss it in here, since all possibilities are apparently on the table :) The Mickey/Minnie Railroad thread contains a bit about the gone-but-not-forgotten Great Movie Ride too. So while keeping threads on topic is preferred, Indy going into DHS makes sense in here until we find out otherwise.

If a thread goes off the rails, a mod will try to steer us back on track or delete a bunch of off-topic replies to get the point across.
Because threads rarely go off the rails around here... :rolleyes:
 

doctornick

Well-Known Member
All they have to do is greenlight it. Will they act that quickly? It would be a pleasant surprise for this company.
I'm holding out hope that once TSL opens this summer that they will potentially closing something existing down and build a brand new attraction/land -- like, say, closing the stunt show and putting in an IJ ride or rides. Or at least shutting down the theater shows and replacing them with something new.
 

Princess Leia

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I'm holding out hope that once TSL opens this summer that they will potentially closing something existing down and build a brand new attraction/land -- like, say, closing the stunt show and putting in an IJ ride or rides. Or at least shutting down the theater shows and replacing them with something new.
One of these days I hope to check the DHS sub forum and see something about Little Mermaid finally getting replaced by Tangled or Moana. I still really like the Indy stunt show, but wouldn’t mind an upgrade (which in the DHS show thread, I’ve outlined my hopes and dreams for a story driven Indy show that I’m sure Disney will never act upon).
 

Jones14

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A double-hitter of a revamped Fantasmic! and a BatB replacement would do WONDERS at pulling guests out of SW throughout the day. Shows may be one and dones for a lot of guests, but they need to do everything they can to push people to the north side of the park.

Plus, you can’t close out the park standing in line for Battle Escape if you’re watching the second showing of Fantasmic! It’s crazy to me how a park so concerned about bursting at the seams is so hesitant to maximize the capacity they already have.
 

rle4lunch

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Keeping the stunt show seems to be the "cheap" option, considering that all their doing is lighting propane on fire and moving a couple props around and then resetting them... Without creating a whole new show and/or plussing it by 500%, I won't be attending.
 

Movielover

Well-Known Member
Keeping the stunt show seems to be the "cheap" option, considering that all their doing is lighting propane on fire and moving a couple props around and then resetting them... Without creating a whole new show and/or plussing it by 500%, I won't be attending.
If you think all they are doing is just "moving some props and lighting a little propane" then you really have no idea how much effort and planning goes into that show to keep it going on a daily bases. Also it's a huge insult to the stunt actors who put their life's into risk every time they perform in hopes of providing some kind of entertainment for your closed minded attitude...

Glad you won't be attending, those actors and techs deserve a better audience!
 

rle4lunch

Well-Known Member
If you think all they are doing is just "moving some props and lighting a little propane" then you really have no idea how much effort and planning goes into that show to keep it going on a daily bases. Also it's a huge insult to the stunt actors who put their life's into risk every time they perform in hopes of providing some kind of entertainment for your closed minded attitude...

Glad you won't be attending, those actors and techs deserve a better audience!
blah blah blah. The show belongs in a museum. It was great 20 years ago, but now its just played out.
you're right, i should have more respect for people that put their 'lives on the line' everyday to entertain me. pssh. that's what they chose as their profession. :rolleyes: i can respect what they do but if something bad happens to them, it's on them. i've been in the military for 23 years and tell you what, i've done some pretty scary stuff, but do you think that i should feel insulted that people don't appreciate what i've done for them in those instances? no. i could give two poops what you think of me and what i've done.

closed minded? that's a broad, bold statement buddy. you sensitive folk love to jump on and cherry pick words that 'insult or trigger' you in some way just so you can feel like your voice is bigger than someone else's point of view.

hey, you like the show. good for you. i likeED the show, i don't anymore. does that mean i'm less appreciative of the people who work on it? no. it means i don't like the show anymore and feel it should be upgraded or replaced. damn you guys make me sick sometimes with your precious sensitivities to innocuous opinions.
 

Movielover

Well-Known Member
blah blah blah. The show belongs in a museum. It was great 20 years ago, but now its just played out.
you're right, i should have more respect for people that put their 'lives on the line' everyday to entertain me. pssh. that's what they chose as their profession. :rolleyes: i can respect what they do but if something bad happens to them, it's on them. i've been in the military for 23 years and tell you what, i've done some pretty scary stuff, but do you think that i should feel insulted that people don't appreciate what i've done for them in those instances? no. i could give two poops what you think of me and what i've done.

closed minded? that's a broad, bold statement buddy. you sensitive folk love to jump on and cherry pick words that 'insult or trigger' you in some way just so you can feel like your voice is bigger than someone else's point of view.

hey, you like the show. good for you. i likeED the show, i don't anymore. does that mean i'm less appreciative of the people who work on it? no. it means i don't like the show anymore and feel it should be upgraded or replaced. damn you guys make me sick sometimes with your precious sensitivities to innocuous opinions.
First of all, thank you for your service. I hold the uttermost respect to all military and police / medical personnel. I hate how some in our society think of and treat the armed forces and police/medical personnel. I actually do think you should feel insulted by people who don't appreciate what you and countless others have done and given to this country.

The reason I called you close minded is because you simply dismissed the incredible amount of work that has to go into running that production. A dismissal that is very similar to ones that our military and police receive on a daily basses so I find it very ironic that you would make a similar statement.

As for the sensitivity statement...

I am so not one of those safe space loving snowflakes who cry fowl anytime their vegan soy latte is slightly lukewarm. You shared your opinion, I shared mine. We both don't agree, and I do not like you. Boom, America at it's finest. What does me sick sir is that you lump me in with "that" lot, so we can both be sick together.

I'm sorry that you no longer like the show, its fantastic and I would hate to see it go. Now if you excuse me I need to go fry some bacon.
 

Kman101

Well-Known Member
It's still a good show.

It's just time to move on.

I can still love it but think it's time to either change it or move on. But I still want an Indy presence. I also wouldn't object to a ride behind it instead of replacing. They need to stop replacing things.

It's just sad how so many shows at the park are dated and need an update or change.
 

rle4lunch

Well-Known Member
First of all, thank you for your service. I hold the uttermost respect to all military and police / medical personnel. I hate how some in our society think of and treat the armed forces and police/medical personnel. I actually do think you should feel insulted by people who don't appreciate what you and countless others have done and given to this country.

The reason I called you close minded is because you simply dismissed the incredible amount of work that has to go into running that production. A dismissal that is very similar to ones that our military and police receive on a daily basses so I find it very ironic that you would make a similar statement.

As for the sensitivity statement...

I am so not one of those safe space loving snowflakes who cry fowl anytime their vegan soy latte is slightly lukewarm. You shared your opinion, I shared mine. We both don't agree, and I do not like you. Boom, America at it's finest. What does me sick sir is that you lump me in with "that" lot, so we can both be sick together.

I'm sorry that you no longer like the show, its fantastic and I would hate to see it go. Now if you excuse me I need to go fry some bacon.
I'll take some thick cut applewood smoked slices please.

My statement wasn't to show insensitivity or a lack of respect to anyone, it's called laziness. lol. I don't like to diatribe every nuance of random meandering thoughts that roll through my brain. My first thought of Indy staying is 'that's the TDO way', because they like to do things on the cheap. This seems like a cheap move to keep something running for the sake of not having to spend money (think of the Michael Jackson tribute) while they try and think of something cheaper to replace it with.
 
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