I see Nick Wilde on the right
Similarly interested in this. Obviously both places have been urbex'd to death in the last few years, so it will be curious to see what happens next whether they're used or not. It's so much space that's basically been storage for the last 12 years. It'd be weird to lop them off the building like an appendix, but if we're not getting any true "attractions", that's what that space was designed for.Any insiders know if the current "plans" utilize the Cranium Command and Body Wars section of this building or are these areas left untouched for potential future rides/shows?
Happy is an understatement right now.Now it’s “out”....
The interior will be one huge IP driven playground. I’m aware of three core IPs. If all goes to plan one forum member in particular will be happy. Don’t think attractions as such. More like environments. Expect F&B to be added too. And digital interaction. Work should begin before the fall.
No reason to complain. It’s going to be well done and gets the characters out of random, awkward locations scattered throughout the park. Epcot in its current state has less for kids than when it opened. At least none of the attractions had minimum height requirements before Body Wars.This looks pretty cool, but I wish there was an actual attraction in it other than interactive experiences.
Now to watch the Disney Fanbase to trash this because "it's IP."
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