Well, no, but if those two rides are opening a year before the 50th, I don't think they really count as "additions for the 50th". I'm not asking for a hundred new rides, but more than just some merchandise, a banner or two, and cupcakes would be nice.So, you think WDW would open a dozen brand new, mostly E-Ticket rides all on the same day?
How about $500,000,000 worth of roller coasters? Disneyland got a rebuild (begrudgingly before it killed someone) coaster and Buzz.Well, no, but if those two rides are opening a year before the 50th, I don't think they really count as "additions for the 50th". I'm not asking for a hundred new rides, but more than just some merchandise, a banner or two, and cupcakes would be nice.
Actually Universal Studios Japan Night parade does this style and its amazing in person trust me it adds magic to the show.Could WDW do a nightime projection parade where the scenes and music were projected and all WDW has to do is drag a bunch of screens along the "parade" route? Sure, WDW would have to buy a bunch more projectors but that would be cheaper than paying CMs to walk the route or paying engineers to build and maybe even maintain floats. Also, conceivably, the "parade" could be more rapidly changed since a timed projection routine could be more easily adapted. As long as it doesn't have that infernal noise of baroque hoedown.
So TWO e-ticket coasters and a new (albeit not very exciting) pavilion for EPCOT is “NOTHING”?Again, however, just because they don't want to open a million different attractions on the same day for the 50th doesn't mean that they should do nothing for the 50th at all. And from the sound of it, that's what they're gonna do.
Well, they could, and wouldn’t surprise me if they do, swap out a few floats. One of those floats being Brave. If done right it might not be to bad. I don’t know if they would change the soundtrack like the “Dreams Come True” overlays.I got a feeling FoF will become the next Dreams Come True Parade and run for about a decade till it catches fire again.