I'm really glad this dud is gone, but I hope they find something constructive to do with the nifty heaps of pirate props they had in the main room.
They are training bungalows. Nearly every new cast member goes through them. Its honestly not very interesting its just offices and computer rooms. All stuff thats easily moved into the old animation building if they wanted to.That sounds suspiciously DVC like - I HOPE I am WRONG!
Darn right!!! I LOVE OMD!!!If they close One Man's Dream and don't relocate it...we're talking pitchforks, baby.
Glad to hear that, I think in-park DVC is a bridge too far.They are training bungalows. Nearly every new cast member goes through them. Its honestly not very interesting its just offices and computer rooms. All stuff thats easily moved into the old animation building if they wanted to.
First time we've all heard these ideas!Caught this on my last trip 2 weeks ago --- was my only opportunity to, and glad i got i suppose. Hokey as all hell, but the effects were cool. With all signs pointing to Star Wars and Pixar presence multiplying, this has to be a start of things to come.
ToT, RRC, GMR, TSMM, and Star tours.
Indy / LMA / Muppets / Mermaid / Beauty and the Beast Shows.
That's not a theme park is it?
Updates i'd like to see:
-Maybe not "Carsland" completely, but they definitely need that Test Track like ride haha.
-Round out a "Pixarland" with a kid friendly dark ride. Monsters Inc could be a quick duplicate (or update) to what's in California. No reason why this couldn't be Ratatouille ride from Paris either, that ride looks great.
-How about some new scenes in Fantasmic?
-Turn little Mermaid into a new attraction through Disney Animation. Can correlate with the studios right near by. (I picture Philharmagic meeting Despicable Me at Universal).
-Give me one additional Star Wars attraction -- make it a thriller.
I can dream can't i?