I really don't get why they can't start this and the Safaris if they're ready.Actual video from Attractions Magazine. It's a Disney song medley with animal footage and realistic animal animation counterparts to the various animal characters. Also random Avatar space pterodactyl cameo.
I have to admit I said "Aww" out loud when I "Love Is A Song" started playing.Actual video from Attractions Magazine. It's a Disney song medley with animal footage and realistic animal animation counterparts to the various animal characters. Also random Avatar space pterodactyl cameo.
I think they're realistic and know that the park is still some attractions short of being considered a park many people could spend maybe 12-13 hours in (it's still a complaint I've heard loads in regards to AK from some people) Even with ROL for many people it'll still be a struggle. I don't think we will see AK thrive in its fullest until Avatar opens.I really don't get why they can't start this and the Safaris if they're ready.
Well, the'll be doing a Jungle Book show while they figure out the Rivers of Light problem so they'll have enough attraction capacity to do this. Of course, if you look over in that thread, people are loosing their minds over it.I really don't get why they can't start this and the Safaris if they're ready.
I don't know, I like that they didn't go full out with the IP. I thought the soundtrack was subtle and beautiful, and wasn't ramming IP down your throat. I think this will be a nice compliment to Rivers of Light (when it finally does open...) in the sense that RoL won't have any IP in it, while this will have at least a little bit. I thought it as tastefully done. Just my opinion though.Wow that lion king segment was stunning. But still I cant help but think as is the idea is a bit confusing. If they are going to use the characters and scores from the films why not fully use them? Or don't use them at all and do something totally original. Minor complaint but I appreciate how they are trying to distance away from ip in some sort of way. Either way the show is still stunning.
Then you'd really be upset about Disneyland's Mainstreet mapping show. Personally I believe I'll enjoy this show better than the castle as the tree's wide surface area is less obstructed and broader. We'll see how the crowds are dispersed across the viewing arc.Warning - I'm about to complain about this... sort of.
I have to say that I'm starting to get a little bit of projection mapping fatigue.
I heard that is a plan... that there will be multiple short "shows" on the tree. Some will be subtle and have the carvings move, some will be larger scale. Can't wait to see if it really happens.They could have highlighted the animal carvings and made them come to life, similar to some of the effects they do on the castle.