Its also used in the queue in star tours in Tokyo Disneyland as part of a join the empire advert
It is inevitable that at some point someday they will close DINOSAUR. No one knows when this will happen for sure, even me. However, just because one ride will close some day is not a reason to hate a company. I loved Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, but I didn't hate the company for the rest of my life when it closed. Try to have some perspective.I'am just still worried about dinosaur if they get rid of it I will hate disney for the rest of my life.
No, I agree with you on that. It matters. But I don't always agree with how people use it to make a point, I guess, lol. I do care what they spend but I'm not basing whether I like something or not on what Uni spends vs. what Disney spends. But Disney is out of control on their spending and we're often left with sub-par experiences despite how much they spent. Something's gotta give.to a degree i agree however moneyis not infinite and the value HAS to matter. its the difference between two or three rides (few times now eh?) the mermaid is a grest example and look i love the que but is there value? nah not really.
So... Apart from the Boat Ride (PotC tech) NOT replacing Finding Nemo, and not officially calling the area SOUTH AM. The refresh is basically the same thing with Indy AND Dinos on the ride?
I believe this has now been downscaled. Current thinking indicates a land refresh with the same theme and a coaster. But it ain’t over yet.
Also worth considering here, is whether we should expect the new INDY film to feature Dinos.
Out of the four WDW parks I would say Zootopia has the least thematic relevance to Animal Kingdom. Yes, including Epcot.If Indy not taking over Dinoland means that the budget for it can go to a Zootopia area in DAK, then I'm happy. (also, does anyone know where exactly in Dinoland those surveys are taking place?)