Yeah ... well .. Robert Downey Jr could have said "an Iron Man ride is coming to Disneyland".
Jeff Bridges could have said ... "a Tron ride ride was coming"...
David Hartman from the 1974 film "Island at the top of the World" ride was coming.......
And Julie Andrews state ... Mary Poppins ride is coming (1970s).....
All considerations at one time.
WDI's role is to create HUNDREDS of proposals......
doesn't mean any one of them are going to happen.
And they haven't!
The amount of hurdles a proposal has to go through are staggering.
And from Tron .. to Marvel .. to Star Wars ... to Frozen ... or even John Carter from Mars ... any actor at any time .. any place can make wild statements about "something coming".
Doesn't mean it actually is going to!
AND SECONDLY ....
I doubt Disney was counting on Frozen bringing in 1 billion to the box office ... and only got WDI started on this ... now.
And remember ... from pencil sketch ... to ribbon cutting opening ceremony ..... It takes 5 years for attractions to become reality.
So .. by the time a Frozen ride opens ... It's 2019 .... and by then .... will the momentum still be going strong for this film?
THIRDLY .. where is this going to go, anyway? Only open spot is Motor Boat Cruise area. Anywhere else ... count on saying "bye-bye" to something.
I wouldn't mind seeing the west half of Toontown go CA'BOOM! The Fantasyland Theatre is another thought ... but after years .. it's just come back for stage productions. And DL should have one large stage venue for seasonal shows.
Only other location ... would be spilling into Frontierland territory .. with an entrance on the side of Fantasyland. (Skyway location?)