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

larandtra

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I didnt insinuate I see it as a benefit. Merely stating that they under prepared. They certainly lack capacity and adding an attraction that also lacks capacity to manage the crowds it attracts brings other issues about. I dont have an answer to the problem of lacking capacity because the easy answer is throw money at it and create a bunch of out of the box simulator rides like Universal does. Because outside of Harry Potter and Mummy, thats all universal does. Out of the box simulator attractions with different themes and out of the box coasters. If Disney fans would be happy with that in order to get a bunch of attractions up and running fast and cheap, then maybe they should consider it. But, I have a feeling if they did that, then the fans would be complaining that rides arent good or why didnt they put more effort into it and not copy Universals model. Not going to make everyone happy. But, take a moment and go peek at Universals wait times on their major attractions, or even secondary ones on most given days and they are just as bad as WDWs for the most part.
 

jt04

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It's the space that would have had a third attraction in it today if it hadn't been cut.
Maybe we will ultimately end up with a better and more technologically advanced addition than we other wise would have. More relevant to the new films too.

:cool:
 

dodolitsky

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From Disney’s perspective, it does make sense to open two Pandora E-tickets at separate times, rather than all at once. As soon as the Pandora hype dies down, they can rev it back up again with a brand new attraction. (But, of course, this kinda sucks for all the park guests who are waiting 4+ hours for FoP)
 

bclane

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Maybe we will ultimately end up with a better and more technologically advanced addition than we other wise would have. More relevant to the new films too.

:cool:
That's the silver lining I've been clinging to. I have a feeling that Cameron will be greatly expanding the Avatar Universe with the next movies. So even though Pandora is set 100 years or so after the original Avatar movie, they'll probably have a whole lot more interesting settings to consider for any expansion they do by waiting. And yeah, there is also that advancement in technology factor that we can hope for.
 

marni1971

WDW History nut
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bclane

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The FoP ride system has already been proposed for two other attractions.
Sweet! If they go ahead with those proposals, I'm hoping they start to tweak the technology a little too. For example, I'm not sure if it's possible, but I think it would be wonderful if they could add some kind of user intensity control to each pod. So for example, let's say you're feeling sick, you could dial back the movement a bit, and if you're so inclined, you could dial the intensity up even more than the standard setting. Also, I'm dying for something like a TRON based ride game using the FoP tech. I'm thinking about the Light Jet scene in Tron Legacy. This would also be a great fit for something like a pilot your own X-wing Star Wars dog fight type ride. OK, I admit it. I just want a super high tech video game that lets me blow stuff up while I feel like I'm actually flying. :joyfull:
 
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