Portions of Kidzone closing January 16, 2023

Smugpugmug

Well-Known Member
Gen X and millennials definitely still love the simpsons, Gen z I have no idea. Going to guess no.
This is purely anecdotal but I'm an older Gen Z-er and I don't know anyone in my age range that loves the Simpsons. They know the characters and have watched a few episodes here and there, but none of them are mega fans.

The ride IMO sucks but I don't mind Springfield itself.
 

S.I.R. the Robot

Active Member
In the Parks
No
I was born in 2002, and Simpsons are funny. I've played the video games. A friend likes Hit and Run.

I can't wait for Super Nintendo World. They better acknowledge N if they do Pokémon.
 

DCBaker

Premium Member
Here's the announcement for the new DreamWorks Land.

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Next year, Universal Orlando Resort will debut an all-new themed land featuring DreamWorks Animation’s beloved animated characters. As guests step into this new land, their imaginations will run wild as they take in the vibrant colors, sights and sounds that surround them. They will share special moments with their favorite characters like Gabby from Gabby’s Dollhouse and explore themed, interactive play spaces and attractions that bring popular franchises like Shrek, Trolls and Kung Fu Panda to life in the most imaginatively fun ways.

The new DreamWorks land, coming to Universal Studios Florida, is part of a collection of new entertainment experiences debuting at Universal Orlando Resort in 2024 and is a continuation of Universal’s commitment to rich storytelling that places guests of all ages in the most incredible and immersive environments. Stay tuned – more details will be revealed in the future.
 
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Sorcerer Mickey

Well-Known Member
Here's the announcement for the new DreamWorks Land.

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Next year, Universal Orlando Resort will debut an all-new themed land featuring DreamWorks Animation’s beloved animated characters. As guests step into this new land, their imaginations will run wild as they take in the vibrant colors, sights and sounds that surround them. They will share special moments with their favorite characters like Gabby from Gabby’s Dollhouse and explore themed, interactive play spaces and attractions that bring popular franchises like Shrek, Trolls and Kung Fu Panda to life in the most imaginatively fun ways.

The new DreamWorks land, coming to Universal Studios Florida, is part of a collection of new entertainment experiences debuting at Universal Orlando Resort in 2024 and is a continuation of Universal’s commitment to rich storytelling that places guests of all ages in the most incredible and immersive environments. Stay tuned – more details will be revealed in the future.

Looks like they had the intern working on Photoshop last night.
 

JT3000

Well-Known Member
You mean the close feet factor stage and the useless fast and furious area?

That’s the best place to flesh out/balance their parks
F&F is a bad attraction, but there's no plans to replace it yet, much less the entire area it's in. Their only known plan to replace the Fear Factor stage (with a new Wizarding attraction) got axed.
 

some other guy

Well-Known Member
Here's the announcement for the new DreamWorks Land.

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Next year, Universal Orlando Resort will debut an all-new themed land featuring DreamWorks Animation’s beloved animated characters. As guests step into this new land, their imaginations will run wild as they take in the vibrant colors, sights and sounds that surround them. They will share special moments with their favorite characters like Gabby from Gabby’s Dollhouse and explore themed, interactive play spaces and attractions that bring popular franchises like Shrek, Trolls and Kung Fu Panda to life in the most imaginatively fun ways.

The new DreamWorks land, coming to Universal Studios Florida, is part of a collection of new entertainment experiences debuting at Universal Orlando Resort in 2024 and is a continuation of Universal’s commitment to rich storytelling that places guests of all ages in the most incredible and immersive environments. Stay tuned – more details will be revealed in the future.
I'm not fond of DreamWorks stuff for the most part, but it seems like a reasonable direction for them to go.
Looks like they had the intern working on Photoshop last night.
yeah not quite the inspirational style of blue sky artwork for epcot 🤣 🤣 🤣

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Andrew25

Well-Known Member
They're doing just enough to keep the parks fresh for 2025 and ensure they don't cannibalize attendance from USF. USF, at the moment, is the worst park in Orlando for younger children (including SeaWorld). This should be enough, along with the rumored parade and new nighttime package for next year, to convince families to add a day or 2 to their park ticket once Epic opens.

I don't think Universal, unlike Disney, is stepping off the gas pedal anytime soon.
 

DonniePeverley

Well-Known Member
Are they definately sure they want to build this - because it may well eat into land for Halloween horror nights, and you know how precious they are about land for those nights.
 

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