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    So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Mission to Mars, gone.
    Peoplemover, gone. (May return)
    Skyway, gone.
    Rocket jets, gone. (May return)
    Adventures through intercourse, gone.
    Circlevision, gone.

    Any thoughts on this... Personally I would like to see Innoventions get axed. Its like a Best Buy store... I'm here to tell you people fake soccer is not the future...
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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    If I were to take a guess, it would probably be Honey I shrunk the audience next in line for the chop.

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDisneyMagic View Post
    If I were to take a guess, it would probably be Honey I shrunk the audience next in line for the chop.
    No loss there...
    I don't like strollers, kids on leashes or ecv's. Yeah, I'm a jerk like that. But I am pro musket cap gun at D Land.

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    i would say HISTA is the most likely to get chopped.

    Innoventions could get chopped, but im sure disney is on a contract with HP and Microsoft with the Dreamhome that it would make it unlikely to get chopped anytime soon.

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Prediction: HISTA will be replaced by a Wall-E attraction.
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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Autopia, it's about thime they should upgraded to be electric

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    I hope it's HISTA, it needs to be replaced with something - even a new 4D film.

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Easy answer would be HISTA, however remember Chevron's sponsorship of Autopia runs out in 2010. If they could persuade a certain car manufacturer that already has a high profile at the parks (HONDAAAAA!) to take it over - not an easy task in this economy - then we could probably at the very least see a switchover to electric cars. Keep in mind Honda already has their ASIMO show in Innoventions (one of the few actually futuristic things in the place) and they're a major sponsor of GradNite, rolling out their newest and flashiest products all over the parks. They're also a major sponsor of the 1/2 Marathon Weekend. It fits so perfectly it probably won't happen...
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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    HISTA

    that was popular 10 years ago and now its really used just to keep cool in the heat

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Quote Originally Posted by goofypirate View Post
    If they could persuade a certain car manufacturer that already has a high profile at the parks (HONDAAAAA!) to take it over - not an easy task in this economy - then we could probably at the very least see a switchover to electric cars. Keep in mind Honda already has their ASIMO show in Innoventions (one of the few actually futuristic things in the place) and they're a major sponsor of GradNite, rolling out their newest and flashiest products all over the parks. They're also a major sponsor of the 1/2 Marathon Weekend. It fits so perfectly it probably won't happen...
    Don't forget the fireworks spectacular show!

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Quote Originally Posted by lakewood View Post
    Mission to Mars, gone.
    Peoplemover, gone. (May return)
    Skyway, gone.
    Rocket jets, gone. (May return)
    Adventures through intercourse, gone.
    Circlevision, gone.

    Any thoughts on this... Personally I would like to see Innoventions get axed. Its like a Best Buy store... I'm here to tell you people fake soccer is not the future...
    I don't remember "Adventures through intercourse" but it sounds like it would have been fun, if not kind of risque for a Disney park. To think, I had to sit through that class in 5th grade when I could've just rode the attraction instead!

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Get rid of innoventions... on paper it sounds great, but once you get in there it's just one big moving advertisement with no "replay value" at all.

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Ford would possibly be a interesting sponsor for autopia, they are working on some hybrid technology.

    Innoventions really needs a shot of something in it's arm. Last few times I was going to the park before quitting, I was disgusted at the garbage at the top of it. When you exited the building upstairs to go down the long ramp and flee, err go to another ride, you would get mobbed by a bunch of people dressed like it's a convention wearing outdoor vendor name tags (cheaply printed sticker tags with a colored set of mickey ears in the corner)

    It's fine for nights, which I get used to seeing run around, but when you see it during the day, it's horribly tacky. They would pin you down and ask questions about houses and other stuff. I'm there to enjoy rides, not get quizzed on a stupid new home purchase. Whoever the home builder was (Taylor Morrison?) sent all their reps out to hassle people.

    Amazed it hasn't been featured in a Lutz article, the conventionitis overtaking that attraction or something. Maybe it left faster then it came in....

    What would be a good thing to put into innoventions when it runs it's weak course? theater of robots? speed tunnel put in the top part again when peoplemover possibly comes back?

    the rotating theater is unique enough to stay around I feel, but is being poorly underused by the current league of management folks more interested in sponsorship for outside companies versus sponsorship having a back seat while the main show is in front...

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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Quote Originally Posted by lakewood View Post
    Mission to Mars, gone.
    Peoplemover, gone. (May return)
    Skyway, gone.
    Rocket jets, gone. (May return)
    Adventures through intercourse, gone.
    Circlevision, gone.

    Any thoughts on this... Personally I would like to see Innoventions get axed. Its like a Best Buy store... I'm here to tell you people fake soccer is not the future...
    Was it really called "Adventures through intercourse" ??????????

    I agree completely about Innoventions. It's a waste of time and it's interesting for about 5 minutes and then you want to leave but you still have a whole bunch of things to get through. My brother was thinking that they could put a Wall-E ride in there or something.






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    Re: So what is the next Tomrrowland attraction to bite the dust?

    Quote Originally Posted by RedHandedJill View Post
    Was it really called "Adventures through intercourse" ??????????
    WOW Julia, think about it. lol.
    It was Adventures Through Innerspace



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