I don't know if this has been posted earlier, but Screamscape.com has posted that there's rumors that Disney has plans to fix the Tomorrowland 1998 disaster left behind by the Pressler era to a new and improve Tomorrowland by 2010. With a new Star Tours 2, the PeopleMover, a new 4-D shows, and more.
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This is what they posted:
One thing fior sure, this is for sure to bring alot of hopes up. But i wonder how will they able to do all that when they are currently working on DCA.Tomorrowland 2010 - Rumor - (3/12/07) If the latest rumors are true there are huge plans in development to fix the Tomorrowland 1998 disaster left behind by the Pressler era. The plan right now is to not only “fix” Tomorrowland, but give it the true facelift it needs to carry it through the next couple of decades at least. All the little rumors we’ve been hearing about for years (Star Tours 2, IncrediPods, etc...) are all apparently going to come together as part of this massive overhaul to one of Disneyland’s most popular lands. All the planets are aligning once again to make this happen, and Disney’s new successful relationships with players like Steve Jobs and John Lasseter and even Roy Disney is said to have had enough effect to restore George Lucas’ faith in Disney quality once again. The newer attractions like Space Mountain, Buzz Lightyear, Subs and Autopia will be left alone of course, but everything else is fair game it seems. We’ve been told they are also looking at making a new 4D attraction to replace Honey, I Shrunk The Audience as well as another unknown attraction that I imagine could take the place of the Innoventions building. Though... I’ve got to wonder if they do bring the people mover tracks back to life, would they just add speed ramps to the old station once again like before (since the old Rocket Rods queue is now home to Buzz Lightyear) or would they try to move the load/unload station to the upper floor of the Innoventions building instead? Of course, what I’d personally like to see is the Astro Orbiter returned to it’s rightful place back on top of the rocket tower once again.