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Old 01-10-2013, 02:20 PM   #16
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Moving to Rumour and News board as this is not yet at the stage of trip planning
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Old 01-10-2013, 02:35 PM   #17
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Eh...I even enjoyed the movies (though I haven't seen them since they were released...) and I'm not too excited about it. I'll go...but I won't be lined up and counting down the days.

I think they could do so much better.
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That's my concern. It doesn't seem like a very strong answer to WWofHP. Harry Potter has a canon of I don't even know how many books and movies, with a ravenous, world-wide fan-base. Avatar has one movie. They're really going to base an entire Land off of something that may or may not perform well over two sequels?!!? I would build on the recent acquisition of Star Wars. THAT has the same level of devotion and background material as HP. IMHO.
~Star Wars Land will be at DHS! They already have Star Tours & that huge walker thing set up, so it makes sense to expand from there.

~I read so many reports on how the New Fantasyland is beautiful but somewhat underwhelming. I don't care about two dumbos -- splashing with Casey Jr. -- eating with Beast & story time with Belle. I read somewhere that the Nemo ride is more advanced and impressive than the new The Little Mermaid ride -- and don't get me started on her hair!!! Everyone is patiently waiting for the mine train, it's expected to be a hit, so just go there and enjoy that.

~But, leave Avatarland to those of us who desire something different -- something innovative & exhilarating. I am counting on James Cameron to push Disney Imagineers to think outside of the box & go beyond the norm!

~I wrote this before, but here is my ambitious "dream" for Disney World -

~AK: Avatarland & Excalibur -- is there any wizard greater than Merlin? Disney can create some kind of "great dragon" feature to fit the AK theme!

~DHS: Star Wars Land & Pixar Land, a little of both will create a nice balance with something for everyone!

~Epcot: The Land of OZ & Alice's Wonderland! People would come from every corner of the globe to walk on the yellow brick road and see the Emerald City, the wicked witch, good witch, munchkins & ruby slippers! And, there is so much content in Alice's Wonderland that would be so amazing!

~Unfortunately, I don't have hope for anything Marvel!!!
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