This is the one positive about Chapek believe it or not, he wants things done faster than what they use to be and not take almost a decade after being announced, like pandora.
What Disney project hasn't taken 3 years to build? It's pretty much standard now. Anything they want open for the 50th pretty much has to break ground this year or early 2018.
Thankfully these days concept art is even more accurate than ever so it's gonna be pretty close to that.That concept art has got to be too good to be true. The expansion of the back area looks roughly the size of the pavilion itself. God I hope it looks like that! Beautiful!
I was expecting it to simply be a small, repurposed facade, ala Frozen Ever After, but good lord that looks extensive!
was this expansion plot always destined for an attraction, or is this taking away the possibility of a new country, like frozen did since they built it on a pad that could have/should have been a new country
The show building will be going on the expansion plot that would have been another country.was this expansion plot always destined for an attraction, or is this taking away the possibility of a new country, like frozen did since they built it on a pad that could have/should have been a new country
Even Universals latest projects have been mediocre at best. I typically don't care about speed so long as I get quality.
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