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News Reflections of Earth confirmed to be replaced by Harmonious

BrianLo

Well-Known Member
Objective achieved, they've covered up the Guardians Show Building. :p

Woof. So much for Tokyo Disney Sea or Disneyland's Rivers of America show infrastructure.

I'm looking forward to the show at least, but it will might look really cool in the dark isn't a glowing endorsement.
 

mnelson3

Well-Known Member
They should have went the WoC route and installed a platform, even bigger than DCAs. Or just use flat barges. They could have also installed retractable lighting rigs around WS. Keeping the nice views. Imagine how impressive that would have been to see the entire, or well most it, WS Lagoon erupt in towering fountains?Plus fireworks which DCAs WoC doesn’t have.
 

Admiral01

Well-Known Member
That is the ugliest thing I have ever seen in a Disney park, and I’m old enough to remember the hat, the birthday cake castle, DCA 1.0, and how I looked after I rode Body Wars for the first time before the timing between the video and motion was fixed...

What in the world are they thinking? Nothing about this is a plus to the park.

I mean, let’s just build an offshore oil rig in the middle of the friggen lagoon - that would be way more attractive and could even entice Exxon back into sponsorship...
 

DCBaker

Premium Member
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gerarar

Well-Known Member
So the Disney that recently designed/built a truly immersive land such as Galaxy’s Edge (and Pandora not so long ago) is the same Disney that designed/built this? It’s honestly mind-boggling.

They cared about almost every single sight line in SGE and Pandora, but clearly not here.

I just wished I took many pics of the lagoon during my last visit. Little did I know..
 

trainplane3

Well-Known Member
So the Disney that recently designed/built a truly immersive land such as Galaxy’s Edge (and Pandora not so long ago) is the same Disney that designed/built this? It’s honestly mind-boggling.

They cared about almost every single sight line in SGE and Pandora, but clearly not here.

I just wished I took many pics of the lagoon during my last visit. Little did I know..
Pandora does have the ugly outside of park view but it's obvious Rohde cared about every single small detail inside the land. GE was a huge deal and they knew it had to compete against other "land" expansions.

They know people will come to Epcot for booze so why try anymore? It's not competing for anything. Maybe "largest spectacular" or some marketing crap like that? It's obvious they spared no expense when it came to the hardware. Everything else? Screw it. It's a big shiny thing and bloggers will love it.

Also, just wait till they connect the rest of the scrim around the screen. It's partially connected in this picture:
Lower left and right. You can see the scrim around the outside still rolled up past those areas.
 

WondersOfLife

Blink, blink. Breathe, breathe. Day in, day out.
So the Disney that recently designed/built a truly immersive land such as Galaxy’s Edge (and Pandora not so long ago) is the same Disney that designed/built this? It’s honestly mind-boggling.

They cared about almost every single sight line in SGE and Pandora, but clearly not here.

I just wished I took many pics of the lagoon during my last visit. Little did I know..
Yea the same company that basically erased all of the character off of the sides of the muppets buildings did this. Fascinating.
 

marni1971

WDW History nut
Premium Member
Eisner had a wrought iron staircase removed in Euro Disney pre opening since it blocked a relatively modest sight line in Discoveryland (I won’t quote the gazebo incident since I’m not a ‘what would Walt do‘ kind of person)

This desecrates dozens of sight lines of half a theme park.
 
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Animaniac93-98

Well-Known Member
So the Disney that recently designed/built a truly immersive land such as Galaxy’s Edge (and Pandora not so long ago) is the same Disney that designed/built this? It’s honestly mind-boggling.

They cared about almost every single sight line in SGE and Pandora, but clearly not here.

I just wished I took many pics of the lagoon during my last visit. Little did I know..

Lucasfilm and James Cameron were in on the design process of those.

This is WDI on their own.
 

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