I didn't know anything exsisted back there untill I got stuck in a line that went for ever.
A Woody area?! Blah! not needed.
It seems that everyone agrees an E ticket attraction needs to go there - perhaps if Disney listens to the public -their patrons- that might happen
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It does seem shortsighted to add another cticket darkride a-la what I like to refer as the "Pooh Fiasco". What if they used the Poohs Hunny Hunt/Aquatopia ride system from Tokyo. A E ticket for the whole family without the Thrill element.
Jay seems to know what he is doing (and knows the need for new attractions) so I wouldnt be surprised to see a Woody area with a few attractions AND a E-ticket in this area in the next 5 years.
Thanks for the Birthday wishes..........too bad I had a fever on my Birthday...a fever that can only be cured by MORE COWBELL
The Woody idea just proves the lack of imagination at Disney has not gone by the wayside.
On another board I had mentioned that this prime piece of land would be much better suited to a Villain Village(think a villains type New Orleans Square). It would stand out in contrast to Toontown roundness, by having sharp angular buildings, in gray-blue. Home to a new Villain Moutain with an E-Ticket where you are escaping from several different Disney Villains. Of course there would also be a Castle, a Cackling Clock, where a different Disney Villain would be heard laughing at 13 after the hour, accompanied by the sound of thunder and Flashes of Lightening. Entrance could be from Big Thunder Trail or from a Toontown Entrance created by removing Chip and Dales treehouse. Just over the Toontown Hills, Villains still lurk, Just beside Big Thunder rumbles a warning of Villains nearby!
I appreciate the desire/need to leverage off the "value" of existing characters but I also like to see original ideas in the park. (Figment at EPCOT was not a character "borrowed" from an existing film.)
The space behind Frontierland is unique in that it fairly large given the space limitations of many other areas of the park. I believe that Castmember Matt sees this value and will build (probably in phases) another "land" that will include a significant E-ticket attraction.
Two different worlds.....we live in two different worlds
they shold have put pooh there and left the bears.
How would that have gotten rid of an old, unpopular attraction that had a HUGE maintenance budget? How would that have let them turn mostly wasted retail space in the back corner of the park, into a huge Pooh store?
I think the only thing we can is just spam Disneyland.com's comments/complaints section with messages that we dont want more pixar in the park...Im hoping because Matt Ouimet actually wants guest feedback..it may be effective.
Also, I think a scaled down version of Journey to the center of the earth (Without the HUGE volacano that actually houses 2 attractions in TDS...just make it a smaller volcano for Disneyland) is the best choice for that area as of right now.