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Disneyland Goes Over The Rainbow, Inside SeaWorld's Manta, Knott's And Uni Updates

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by , 03-22-2012 at 08:39 PM

Today's update is filled with theme park attractions on the way, the Mantas, Transformers and Cars that you are expecting and perhpas some witches and wizards that you weren't!! At Disney California Adventure, Buena Vista Street has appeared suddenly out of the dust and construction walls. After a dizzying few months, the first real signs of faux-Angeles are appearing with impressive results. Meanwhile, Disneyland presses forward on the Matterhorn refurb and Main Street reconfiguration as we hear some very exciting rumors about a possible new land which will have you over the rainbow. We also have some news from our favorite theme park underdog, Knott's Berry Farm, as they add even more lovely little flourishes to Ghost Town. Finally, we stop by SeaWorld for a look inside the Manta construction zone and we have a little Universal Studios update for you as well. You ready for a spin around the SoCal theme parks?



News is a little scarce out of Walt's original Magic Kingdom this week, but that doesn't mean that we don't have exciting things to show you. Oh, and one glittering rumor which will have you clicking your heals together. You'll want read all the way through the for this tid bit.


TOWN SQUARE:
One of the construction walls surrounding the seating planters in Town Square finally came down. Yep, we told you it was a slow news day


WOW! Looks the same.

This planter bench conceals a speaker (probably a sub-woofer). We can assume that the construction was to refurb the sound system.


MATTERHORN:
Here we are at the Matterhorn. The more precarious scaffolding higher up on the mountain has been removed, the focus of the work is now on the bottom half of the structure that actually contains the ride. The loading platforms have been completely rebuilt with safety gates that perfectly match the new seating configuration.












Notice the gates are further back from the actual track.

Oz: The Great And Powerful
Let the rumors begin. In March of next year, Disney will release a new Wizard of Oz movie prequel which takes place in the early years of the great wizard as he is swept to the Emerald City from his roots as a magician in a dusty Midwestern circus.

Disney describes the film as:
Walt Disney Pictures' fantastical adventure Oz The Great and Powerful, directed by Sam Raimi, imagines the origins of L. Frank Baum's beloved character, the Wizard of Oz. When Oscar Diggs (James Franco), a small-time circus magician with dubious ethics, is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz, he thinks he's hit the jackpot-fame and fortune are his for the taking-that is until he meets three witches, Theodora (Mila Kunis), Evanora (Rachel Weisz) and Glinda (Michelle Williams), who are not convinced he is the great wizard everyone's been expecting. Reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the Land of Oz and its inhabitants, Oscar must find out who is good and who is evil before it is too late. Putting his magical arts to use through illusion, ingenuity-and even a bit of wizardry-Oscar transforms himself not only into the great and powerful Wizard of Oz but into a better man as well.

Sounds promising, right?! Well, there's apparently been a lot of work going on in Imagineering that may have been inspired by this upcoming film. If the movie is a hit, it stands to reason that we might just see it come to life in the Big Thunder Ranch/Festival Arena area of Disneyland between Fantasyland and Frontierland.





For us, Oz at Disneyland seems like a perfect fit. We can't help but be inspired by the endless possibilities. The "Dusty Kansas" circus magician theme would be a seamless transition from Frontierland. And the Oz component makes it a fantastic neighbor to Fantasyland.



Who knows, in 5 years or so, we might just have a whole new land that perfectly fits the transition zone between Frontierland and Fantasyland. As we see it, this is a practical and magic application for an underused space at Disneyland.


What about you, readers, are you ready for a trip to Oz?


Gumball Rally May 19, 2012
MiceChat has a very special event coming up soon in Disneyland We'd like to invite you to join us for our world famous Gumball Rally!

The Gumball Rally is a race to find out who can ride the most attractions at Disneyland in a single day. It's the most fun you can have in the parks with your friends and family and a huge challenge as well. Whether you win or lose, you are always a winner when the race takes place on your favorite rides at your favorite place on earth.

When: May 19th, 2012
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But that's just a little piece of the puzzle. We'll also offer a pre-Rally pasta party on May 18th and a MiceChat Mega Meet on Sunday the 20th (anyone can attend the mega meet even if you don't participate in the Rally - Save the date!). T-Shirts are available for this year's event as well. If you've never heard of the Gumball Rally before, please visit the Rally Information Page HERE for more information and FAQ. A discussion thread has been created in the forums as well: MiceChat Gumball Rally Discussion.

Get your teams together and sign up today, because prices go up $5 per person on the first of April!





BUENA VISTA STREET:
The new entrance to Disney California Adventure is shaping up to be quite a dazzling first act. The variety of shapes and architecture is impressive. Are any of you actually more excited for Buena Vista Street than you are for Cars Land?










Looking back at the front gates from the Monorail.


Then new entry park is getting some trees and the curbs have been built.


Looking into the park, we see a vast improvement over what used to be Engine-Ear Toys on the right.


Looking towards the Carthay Circle, we see a park setting coming together where the vintage style Walt and Mickey statue will be located.





And where the train facade once rested, we now find brick and iron work.






Looking at Elias & Company Department Store in all its Deco glory.


The fountain testing is becoming a common thing to see. AWESOME.


The Carthay Theatre restaurant and club complex.









COVE BAR:
Much to the dismay of liver-picklers everywhere, the Cove Bar is now down for a lengthy refurbishment that will last up until the relaunch of DCA in June.






This sign makes a very good suggestion (some might find the sparkle bar upstairs and the wine patio downstairs at the the Winery to be even more comfortable than the Cove).

HOLLYWOOD LAND:
The sprucing-up projects in Hollywoodland are nearly complete and reveal an attention to quality and detail that is in contrast to the kitschy facades, signs and steel framework look just a few feet away (closer to Monsters and Muppets).






Real marble and stone now adorn the false front stores on this street.

MONSTERS INC.:
Speaking of Monsters, the facade is receiving a little attention itself, as the bright colors had become faded since its opening 5 years ago. Would you like to see the doors give way to a more Hollywood look? That isn't in the cards yet, but could come in a phase 2.




You can still ride it though.


You can even exit


CARS LAND:
What can be seen of Cars Land is getting more impressive by the day. We just hope that the actual rides are worth the 3+ hour waits that are sure to be a reality this Summer.






Fillmore's got its signage.


You can now see the actual barrier into the land behind the construction walls.




An overview of the area.




Mater's Junkyard Jamboree.


Cozy Cone Cafe.


The entrance from Pacific Wharf.





Lower Lot:
Major construction in the Lower Lot has finished and the main street is now open.




Progress of the Revenge of the Mummy lockers


The NBC Universal Experience has reopened with some new exhibits.


Progress of the Jurassic Park queue construction work. Walls now push into the nearby guests dinning area.






TRANSFORMERS:
The marquee has been placed on the show building.
















Our friends at Knott's continue to heap on the good will as the park is slowly transformed into a much more pleasant, fan friendly, environment.


THE ART OF KNOTT'S BERRY FARM:
EVENT ALERT: There's a fun art of Knott's show, emphasizing shadows, silhouettes, low angles, and deep focus, of photographer and Knott's historian Jay Jennings which will be held this weekend.

The new photography exhibit will be this Saturday, March 24th from 1-4pm at Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner Restaurant. Admission is free and there is three-hour free parking in the Marketplace lot, so you won't need theme park admission for this event (unless you'd like to hop on in the park to check out all the fantastic new refurbishments in Ghost Town).



Limited Edition prints from the exhibit will be available for sale (and VERY affordable in the $40 and less range). Dave Bourne, Calico Saloon piano player from the 1950s will be performing and Steve Knott (Walter's grandson) will be attending as well. This exhibit is a preview of Jay Jennings' upcoming book "The Art of Knott's Berry Farm: 1950s-Inspired Photographs".



Swing by the event early - right at 1pm - and then join Dusty, Fishbulb and some of your mice pals for a quick tour of Ghost Town, followed by a ride on the Mine Train and Log Ride! We'll head into the park around 2:30 or so.

BIGFOOT RAPIDS:
It appears that they are toying with the idea of staggered openings in the morning with attractions that don't see much ridership until later in the day.






SKY CABIN:
We do have to offer a thanks to management for keeping the Sky Cabin open the entire operating day. This is something that the whole family can ride and enjoy together and that's a good thing.





PONY EXPRESS:
Pony Express is currently down for minor refurbishment.



GHOST TOWN:
And now for Ghost Town, the most beloved section of the park. While the awkward, modern music still thunders throughout the area, the little touches are still being added that really give it a sense of place.



We spotted more than a few groups stopping to pose for pictures in front of the sets and decoration. This is what makes memories and repeat visitors.


A cute little bit of set decoration has appeared on Main Street. And while it looks brand new right now, it will look much better as it ages (or is painted to look weathered).


A working water pump. NICE.


The area just to the right, in front of the Bottle House and General Store is still being resurfaced. But the rest of the street behind it is done.








The street repaving project continues.





You can see in this completed segment that they aren't using blacktop, but have created a more natural looking foundation to this land.


The Ghost Town Playlist:
Sadly, contemporary music still thunders out of the speakers throughout Ghost Town (and the rest of the park). We just can't let this element go. Bring period appropriate music back to Ghost Town Knott's. We love ya, but would love you even more if you respected the theme in the heart of your park!

Here is the playlist we heard during our time in Ghost Town this week:


  1. Le Freak - Chic
  2. Stand Back - Stand Back
  3. Big Yellow Taxi - Counting Crows
  4. I Wanna Be Down - Brandy
  5. Aint Too Proud to Beg - Rolling Stones







It’s another gorgeous day in San Diego and time for another SeaWorld San Diego park update!

ROCKY POINT PRESERVE:
Rocky Point has gone through a nice paint job!




It seems that SeaWorld has taken the tide pool and put in a Dolphin Interaction area.




New gates are being set up.


MAINTENANCE:
Work on the new pump house outside of Shamu Stadium is almost complete, but the fences are now taking more room.




Here is the walkway between the fence and the Shamu Store. It's pretty tight right now, especially on the weekends when the crowds arrive.


More walls are coming up on the new structure at Cirque Stadium. We can now confirm that this is a trampoline structure that will be a new addition to the show this year.


SeaWorld released this video which shows models of what the structure will look like when completed.



In our last update, we noticed the new radial paint job near the back stairs at Dolphin Stadium. While we don’t know what’s coming (perhaps a sign), it does stick out like a sore thumb at the moment.




The popular Mama Stella’s restaurant is getting a makeover, including the sign.


TURTLE REEF:
This week, we’re gonna take a look at Turtle Reef – which opened last year. This aquarium is nothing like the upcoming TurtleTrek attraction in Orlando, but it’s a nice change from the old manatee aquarium.


Here we go!



Guests can also take in the 180 view.







At the end of the attraction, guests can take part in interactive games.


When you leave the attraction, you’re immediately transported back to "shore" where you can ride Riptide Rescue.






On our way out, we noticed that some officials were looking around in this section near the entrance with different maps and sketches. What do you think they are thinking of putting here?






PROGRAM NOTES:

  • This weekend (March 24) from 10AM – 4PM, Pass Members will have the opportunity to draw memories on plaques for Manta. Of course, I will be there and have coverage in next weeks update.
  • Spring Into Night beings next weekend!



MANTA:
A representative from SeaWorld told us that Manta is moving “ahead of schedule”. The launch building is done on the outside, and now work begins on the inside.


SeaWorld has released this image of the inside of the launch building.



The rock structure is coming along nicely!


Here is the view from the above.



Work is being done on the rock work around the entry lagoon as well.



Construction is also being done in the 100,000-gallon aquarium.


SeaWorld released these pictures on their Facebook to give a closer look at the construction.















ANAHEIM FARMERS MARKET:
The Downtown Anaheim Certified Farmers’ Market and Craft Fair, which takes place every Thursday from noon until 7:00pm, is introducing new activities, fun and food this Spring.


Doggy Dayz:
Starting March 29th the farmers market will be holding a dog-themed expo that will include a mobile dog groomer, adoptable pets, a doggy artist, organic gluten-free treats, free dog training advice and much more. Guests are welcome to bring their dogs, but they must remain outside of the food and farm area. Doggy Dayz will be held on the last Thursday of each month.


Food Trucks:
Beginning April 5th Food trucks including Home Skillet Food Truck, Crepes Bonaparte, Calbi, Sweet Lou’s BBQ and The Pit Stop Grill will be part of the evenings festivities.

Easter Bunny:
The Easter Bunny will be making an appearance at the Market on April 5th.

Doggy Dayz, Gourmet Food Trucks and the Easter Celebration will be located in the middle of the farmers’ market at Lemon Street and Center Street Promenade. For more information about certified farmers’ markets in Anaheim, call (714) 956-3586, join them on facebook.com/AnaheimFarmersMarket or visit www.AnaheimFarmersMarkets.com.



And don't forget to take in the latest from the MiceTube. A brand new Communicore weekly has been published which takes us to Club 33, cooking with Mickey, a look at the Muppets DVD, and the new Storybook Circus at the Magic Kingdom:



Sarah, the MiceChatter is also back from Spring Break with this new video featuring Cars Land, John Carter and Brave:






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Updated 03-23-2012 at 09:08 AM by In the Parks

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  1. WDWizard's Avatar
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    Oz in Frontierland....is it April 1st yet?

    thanks for the update.
  2. Emmanuel_4's Avatar
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    Great Update!!!
  3. In the Parks's Avatar
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    @ WDWizard, Nope this is the real deal. As much as it can be anyway. Anything can change at any moment depending on how well the film does. Remember those Atlantis ideas they had for the Submarine Lagoon before that movie didn't do so well? We are pretty sure that, if the film is a hit, there is a real possibility that they will take advantage of that in some way.
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    I think OZ is a good match with Disney, this isn't the first OZ movie Disney has made, Return To OZ is a cult classic. I think the transition from Frontier Land to Fantasy Land is good but is there enough space to do it properly? OZ is a rich, diverse setting how could they incorporate what fans would want to see? The Emerald City, yellow brick road, poppy fields, Osma's Palace, dorothy's tornado dropped house, the witches castle, it's almost another complete land, add it to Neverland (commissioned by Michael Jackson) that was shown in Micechat several years ago and we could have a starting point for our third theme park. Could OZ be a Harry Potter killer?
  5. NetteNutt's Avatar
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    I am open to the idea of a new land but would they be ripping out the ranch area to put it in? I don't really remember any open space between the two that would be big enough for what is being suggested. A map would help... I'm going to go get one of the dozen my kid has in his room
  6. Dustysage's Avatar
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    The Big Thunder Ranch, Festival Arena and back stage areas behind it are huge. This is the largest available development zone in Disneyland - ToonToon size or larger depending on how aggressive they want to get with the back stage reconfiguration..

    As uneasy as I am about them adding Marvel to Disneyland, I'm absolutely delighted with the possibility of Oz. And while the modern Disney company likes to wait for film results, I really wish they'd start development on this one now. The Oz story itself is not new and has plenty of cultural pull ( even if this film is a very fresh take on the story).
  7. WheresMickey's Avatar
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    Nice update!
  8. JCSkipr79's Avatar
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    I would not wanna see valuable Frontierland realestate possibly annexed by Fantasyland for Oz.
  9. In the Parks's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCSkipr79
    I would not wanna see valuable Frontierland realestate possibly annexed by Fantasyland for Oz.
    It wouldn't be. The Frontier style traveling circus would likely be what you see from the entry. My guess is that the Oz component would be either well within the land or within the main ride.
  10. NetteNutt's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustysage
    The Big Thunder Ranch, Festival Arena and back stage areas behind it are huge. This is the largest available development zone in Disneyland - ToonToon size or larger depending on how aggressive they want to get with the back stage reconfiguration..

    As uneasy as I am about them adding Marvel to Disneyland, I'm absolutely delighted with the possibility of Oz. And while the modern Disney company likes to wait for film results, I really wish they'd start development on this one now. The Oz story itself is not new and has plenty of cultural pull ( even if this film is a very fresh take on the story).
    I had to pull up a ariel view on google maps to see what you are talking about and I get it now. There is like a little corridor between the two that would work as an entrance into a bigger land and they could always make like a 2nd entrance over by the PFF from the fantasyland side. I just would really love to see the original Disneyland get some expansion love.
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    I love Oz, and grew up with the wonderful Oz mythology. I just would not want to see the original simplicity of these stories bastardized as was done in Wicked and Disney's Return to Oz (although Return to Oz was a halfway decent attempt of blending the 2nd and 3rd Oz books together and still tie into the original movie). For starters, the Wizard was from Omaha, which is still in Nebraska (last time I checked!).

    The Oz books held the most unique and amazing beings: the Rose Queen, the Wheelers, the Gnomes, Scraps, Polychrome... It is exciting to think of this whole series being opened up to a new generation. Most of the early books all have a common theme; the leads are on a journey and encounter peril and wonderment along the way. How many Disney attractions can WDI come up with this premise???

    And one final note; Disney did an amazing job of bringing Tik-Tok to the large screen. I would love to see him as a key element in this new land!
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    OZ sounds interesting i just hope we do not see giant circus tents and a whole theme that looks like the WDW of Dumbo.

    If an expansion in that area is going to happen i also hope they incorporate a new pathway to the northern part of Fantasyland next to the theater to help guest flow
  13. MrTour's Avatar
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    If Disney added an E-ticket Oz attraction rather than an entire land, the show building should be placed between Space Mountain and Main Street. An E-ticket attraction for Main St? It only seems right that a journey to the Land of Oz begins from a small, turn of the century, midwest town!
  14. DubiousEndeavors's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by In the Parks
    Remember those Atlantis ideas they had for the Submarine Lagoon before that movie didn't do so well? We are pretty sure that, if the film is a hit, there is a real possibility that they will take advantage of that in some way.
    Why does a movie have to be successful to have an attraction? Cars is Pixar's lowest grossing box office franchise, but it is getting its own land! I think the style of Atlantis lends itself perfectly to a sub attraction. Much more so than what is there now! and it would have still been themed to Tomorrowland! GAH! I remember when those rumors were swirling. In fact, they were pretty obvious about it as they had a meet and greet RIGHT INFRONT OF THE SUB LAGOON!
  15. SpcMtn77's Avatar
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    Wow. Wow. Wow. Oz in Disneyland is kinda hard to wrap my head around. It just feels like such a separate and unique entity that I can't imagine it fitting within something as defined (in my mind) as DL. I do, however, love the Wizard of Oz and would much prefer something as timeless and classic as this story and setting being incorporated -- as opposed something new and over-hyped like Avatar.

    Count me in as one who is even more excited for Buena Vista Street than CarsLand.
  16. Dustysage's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DubiousEndeavors
    Why does a movie have to be successful to have an attraction? Cars is Pixar's lowest grossing box office franchise, but it is getting its own land! I think the style of Atlantis lends itself perfectly to a sub attraction. Much more so than what is there now! and it would have still been themed to Tomorrowland! GAH! I remember when those rumors were swirling. In fact, they were pretty obvious about it as they had a meet and greet RIGHT INFRONT OF THE SUB LAGOON!
    Completely agree with you. Atlantis would have been much better theme for the subs than Nemo. Even though the Atlantis movie bombed at the box office, it was visually stunning and would have created a fantastic ride. It's a shame that Disney is so afraid to commit on attractions which aren't box office gold.

    Look at Splash. It is the most popular Disneyland attraction for many people and is based upon a movie most folks have never seen.
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    I remember pumping water in Ghost Town years ago - I think it was near the Ghost Town Grill. Is this a replacement or in a different place altogether?

    p.s. another who would've LOVED Atlantis as the subs theme
  18. jcruise86's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Internitty
    I think OZ is a good match with Disney, this isn't the first OZ movie Disney has made, Return To OZ is a cult classic. I think the transition from Frontier Land to Fantasy Land is good but is there enough space to do it properly? OZ is a rich, diverse setting how could they incorporate what fans would want to see? The Emerald City, yellow brick road, poppy fields, Osma's Palace, dorothy's tornado dropped house, the witches castle, it's almost another complete land, add it. . .
    A cult classic (like "Return to OZ") means that although it has some enthusiastic fans like me, it is not a broad audience. There is some OZ in WDW's Great Movie Ride, and there were some impressive, full-scale OZ recreations dominating the lobby of the MGM in Las Vegas years ago, but now that's gone. I enjoyed reading the first OZ book to my kid, but the many OZ sequel books by Frank L. Baum are (in my opinion) not nearly as well written as the Harry Potter books.

    So I'm not on the "Oh boy, Disneyland & OZ!" train, even though the 1939 classic (a remake, by the way) is one of the greatest movies ever made.
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    I remember years ago, back in the 1980's, there was an exhibit and model for Discovery Bay in a Preview Center on Main Street. There was an attraction based around Wizard of Oz's Professor Marvel, I think. And, there was also a model for a circus themed area nearby. I have a photo of that in which you can see some kind of hot air balloon type of ride. Maybe they are dusting off some of these old concepts and reworking them.

    An Oz attraction in that area could work, if done right. I've always thought an attraction that allowed you to visit the wonderful world of Oz would be great. It seems that attempts to get Wizard of Oz theme parks always seem to fail. Disney certainly has the resources to do it in spectacular fashion. They shouldn't wait to see how the movie does. A well done attraction will be a success regardless of whether a movie makes a kabillion dollars or not. I still want a Tron attraction in Disneyland, too!
  20. Susan Hughes's Avatar
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    The Festival Arena at Big Thunder Ranch is such a big space that literally sits doing nothing. Not even being used for storage. I say turn that area into an Oz-themed land. And because it connects to the back of the Princess Fantasy Faire, it would be no problem joining the two of them together. In fact, a transition for Kansas to Fantasyland would be perfect.
    Also keep in mind that a "new" Princess Fantasy Faire is scheduled to be built next to Sleeping Beauty Castle. So the current one, with it's huge amount of real estate, could make for quite the Oz expansion.
    Updated 03-23-2012 at 09:15 AM by Susan Hughes
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