On one of my many visits to "The Observatory of the Future" I came across some remarkable plans to change Disneyland to a more contemporary audience. Here are some of the exciting new ideas we can look forward to in the years to come:
The Emperor's Thunder Mountain: Based on the film "The Emperor's New Groove" follow the loveable llama and his pals on a wacky mine cart race (a refurbishment of the old Big Thunder Mountain).
Bionicle Space Adventure: The greatest space mission awaits in this new attraction based on the popular toy series (a refurbishment of the old Space Mountain)
Sky High Rocket Jets: Soar like a super-hero in this attraction based on the Kurt Russell hit (a refurbishment of the old astro orbiter)
The Herbtopia: No generic cars here! Everybody rides in the one-and-only "love bug" (a refurbishment of the old autopia).
The Great Mountain of Narnia: Explore mysterious regions in the land of Narnia on a old fashioned sled but watch out for the evil White Witch! (a refurbishment of the old Matterhorn).
Hilary Duff's Malltown: A whole new area of the park for the young, hip generation (formerly Mickey's Toontown).
Great Moments with Lilo & Stitch: The popular characters in their own hilarious stage show featuring the Michael Eisner story pre-show (a refurbishment of the old Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln).
It's a Small World with Sharkboy and Lavagirl: Based on family film, an exciting boat ride to save Sharkboy and Lavagirl awaits you (refurbishment of It's a Small World).
Don't think it's going to happen? Current trends seem to suggest otherwise and we all want to keep things fresh and new don't we?
Oh, and DCA is going to get some new trees or something.