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Rumor of Pixar Land coming to DHS

SplashZander

Well-Known Member
Is that real concept art?
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Yes, which is why its so crazy.
 

yensidtlaw1969

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
No
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Yes, which is why its so crazy.
Amazing to me that they managed to basically execute on this idea, but in an even worse location, and without the attraction element that was the very point of the concept to begin with.

Almost more amazing is the idea that they finally, actually, really for real spent the money to get rid of the thing! Who would have thought?

You can't make this stuff up, people.
 

RSoxNo1

Well-Known Member
Of a land or a ride ?
My understanding was that it would involve a relocation of MILF and the Door Coaster, at one point that might have been up Pixar Place and not Animation Courtyard, but his version of the rumor ultimately evolved to that. I know there is a steel structure at the end of Pixar Place that is similar to a structure taken out of Monster's Inc but again this was an Animation Courtyard specific rumor.

Here's the full rumor tracker for Monster's Inc:

 

marni1971

WDW History nut
Premium Member
My understanding was that it would involve a relocation of MILF and the Door Coaster, at one point that might have been up Pixar Place and not Animation Courtyard, but his version of the rumor ultimately evolved to that. I know there is a steel structure at the end of Pixar Place that is similar to a structure taken out of Monster's Inc but again this was an Animation Courtyard specific rumor.

Here's the full rumor tracker for Monster's Inc:

As a land probably not. As an attraction possibly, depending on at least two other parameters.

Plus an approved budget.
 

wdwgreek

Well-Known Member
Everyone says how much WDW needs more C and D rides... until WDW builds them. Then they're derided for not being as themed or as thrilling or as complex as an E ride.
Take the monster inc ride at DCA or TDL both are fine dark rides (one better then the other) which would be great for DHS! I consider them D ticket dark.rides. I am fine with flat rides too if they are done tastefully
 

RSoxNo1

Well-Known Member
As a land probably not. As an attraction possibly, depending on at least two other parameters.

Plus an approved budget.
It seems that animation courtyard is the next area of DHS to get "attention". There's a lot of smoke there be it a Little Mermaid replacement, a Launch Bay replacement or hopefully a way of connecting it all to the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster courtyard.
 

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