Oh ALL the young girls and princess fans will be begging their parents for a bottle of Tiana’s bayou hot sauce to remember their visit to the Magic Kingdom.So the food co-op is a treasured meeting place for the community? Also hot sauce will be in the gift shop right? Seems odd to mention she's famous for the hot sauce.
Well it seems the Imagineers took the Tabasco sauce angle seriously. It's a choice let's see if it works out for them.Oh ALL the young girls and princess fans will be begging their parents for a bottle of Tiana’s bayou hot sauce to remember their visit to the Magic Kingdom.
Tiana deserved so much more than being regulated to some business mogul taking over a salt mine.
That’s part of what bugs me most of all - the hubris that they could improve both on Splash and PATF.For the story they're creating, Tiana and her movie don't really seem all that necessary.
You could have the same plot and setting without the specific inclusion of Tiana, Naveen, Louis etc. They're already making original music and other characters for it.
God this photo is extremely telling. Off-model and poorly drawn characters are in focus in the foreground, while the ACTUAL ATTRACTION is a featureless blurry blob of grays.
Not enough Tiana? Granted this is just backstory but I want to see some semblance of Adventure in some of these preview pieces.I want to believe this will be a worthy replacement for the exquisite ride that was Splash. But with every piece of information that comes out, I get more pessimistic. I sadly believe that no matter how much money is being thrown at this ride and how much the company wants this to be a hit, the designers seem to be clueless as to what actually makes a ride good. This literally sounds like Imagination all over again; I wonder if Iger will have the same reaction that Eisner did.
What was wrong with helping Louis find his Trumpet to celebrate Mardi Gras? At least that sounded like a fun ride.
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