J.J. Abrams Says 'Star Wars Episode VII' Script Done, Confirms Jesse Plemons Talks - TheWrap
Looks like the script for Star Wars Episode VII is done so now they cant use it as an excuse to say that aren't putting in more Star Wars attractions in the parks until the script is done.
any noticeable updates/pics?
but keep an eye out at this website:
Disneyland Photo Report - January 13, 2014 — DisneylandLive
If nothing here at this site ... this one may have something up soon.
I have to wonder how the MiceAge crew is going to try to spin this one. The subs are definitely coming back....
"If you're handicapping, ride operators give the attraction, on average, a greater than 75 percent chance of reopening. And what gives them extra insight is that maintenance had ordered a lot of spare parts for the attraction—something they certainly wouldn't invest in if the ride wasn't coming back."
Do you think there working on a new tommorrowland chesirecat ?
Lately, not so much. And with all the conflicting information, it feels like Disney is pulling an Apple and compartmentalizing information to track down the leaks and silence them.
I will say that by my own friends that I have made through mice chat over the years, that now work high up in Disney, on shows and attractions... most of these rumors are false... money is still happening. In fact their full budgets were approved for 60th parade and fireworks....
It does seem like there is, at times, a disinformation campaign. And IF there is any truth to that, and it protects surprises, then that's kinda cool :)
Makes me excited about the parade again.. the HKDL Paint the Night parade sounds awesome so far, and seems like it could be used as a new MSEP with some minor alterations.
On Wednesday night, I attended an event with Marty Sklar talking about Imagineering, his book, and Walt. We got to see lots of special things, like Walt's pitch speech for EPCOT, and pics of all the parks as cleared plots of land before they started building.
I specifically asked about the sub, and he was very definite in his answer: The subs really do need lots of maintenance, but they are NOT going away. Millions of people have been underwater in Disney subs, far more than have ever been in real subs in the oceans. He was quite proud of that fact, and quite definite in his answer, and I believe him.
Some activities in the lagoon from http://mintcrocodile.blogspot.com
and back stage (show figures wrapped up)
The approved budget would be for a NEW night parade? Or the returning of the electrical parade? Or was that false as well?