this Oz Land might be the same result!
That being said, I think an entire land would be a little much. Even though Oz was originally going to be apart of Disneyland. (I think.) Anyway, all I really want is a Theadora face character. I mean who wouldn't want to see the Wicked Witch of the West at Disneyland?
And Matterhorn, Space Mountain and Big Thunder are all entirely individual and unique attractions? Pirates and Small World have no linkage? The entire Fantasyland/Winnie the Poo dark ride suite are all unique ride systems? Rocket Jets/Dumbo?
The fact that the same *style* of ride exists in the same park so far hasn't precluded differently themed variants from being built.
DbM has it from reliable sources that our friends at Imagineering are finishing up concept and show design for an Oz land (or area) and Oz attraction based on the movie Oz the Great and Powerful.
more here: http://www.disneybymark.com/2013/07/17/oz-land-attraction-planned-disneyland/
Identical thread already exists.
You're a little late. Someone beat you to the punch ;)
Meh. I doubt it.
Sounds interesting. I will wait for a official announcement. I definitely think a new land would be a welcome addition!
Phantom Manor - Paris
Mystic Manor - Hong Kong
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad - Disneyland, WDW, Paris, Tokyo
Grizzly Gulch - Hong Kong
Please don't say because they have different names, buildings, and mountain shapes that they are ENTIRELY different attractions. The concepts are so close as to be indistinguishable even if the fašade and layouts are different.
One is a western train roller coaster, the other is the park haunted house. The concepts are more similar than they are different. Just like basing on a move - little conceptualizing for something entirely new is involved.
this rumor comes up from time to time for that space. I wouldn't trust it until they start building it.
I've heard of lots of rumors about Disney's latest big movie being planned for a new attraction/land: Everything from Oz, Lone Ranger, Tron. It seems to me that their problem is they are banking these plans on the possible success of the movies, instead of allowing Imagineers to design attractions which would hold up on their own. They really need to abandon this narrow type of thinking.