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    New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed

    New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed:

    Disney has released several changes to the original expansion announced in 2009 that will increase the size of Hong Kong Disneyland by over 20 Hectometers. In conjunction of the Toy Story Playland, Grizzly Mountain Coaster has been changed to "Woody's Western Railroad." Guests will join Woody, Jessy, Bullseye, and other characters from the classic Disney•Pixar® film Toy Story® and Toy Story 2® on an exciting western adventure.

    "Disneyland has always been about bringing stories to life, and we saw Woody's Western Railroad as the perfect opportunity to integrate the popular Toy Story characters" says Disney CEO Robert Iger. While nothing new to Disney parks, this is a growing trend at Disney theme parks around the globe. "Guests have a strong emotional connection with these characters" says John Lasseter, who led the project.

    Guests will embark on a daring journey through Andy's "Wild West Train Set" as they play cowboy or cowgirl. Unfortunately, all is not peaceful in the Wild West when the Inspector is around. Guests of all ages will laugh on this new-age twist on a classic Disney attraction.


    <Incorrect concept art removed>

    Concept rendering of Woody's Western Railroad, which will open after undergoing exciting design changes in late 2012.


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    Re: New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed

    Before I react, I'll scour my brain, heart, and the Internet first.

    ---------- Post added 10-12-2011 at 08:24 AM ----------

    Makes no sense.

    Mystic Point is in between Toy Story Land and Grizzly Gulch.


    And this is concept art for the Paramount theme park.

    http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fairti mers.com%2Fparamount-park-murcia-so-genial-koennte-der-neue-freizeitpark-werden%2F0011631%2F
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    Re: New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed

    You're right, that concept art does look just like that Rango one. I did get this information from a reputable source, however. I don't know what is up with the image though.

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    Re: New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed

    You say you have a source but don't say what that source is. Until then, I will be in my little ball of denial and will dismiss this as a cruel April Fool's joke gone offseason. :P lalalalalalalalalalalalala
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    Re: New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed

    Haha. it's a SECRET source.

    Sounds crazy... but most Disney additions sound like an april fools joke, so I'm pretty confident in its legitimacy.

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    Re: New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed

    One thing I did notice in your original post...

    Quote Originally Posted by MactheMan View Post

    Guests will embark on a daring journey through Andy's "Wild West Train Set" as they play cowboy or cowgirl. Unfortunately, all is not peaceful in the Wild West when the Inspector is around. Guests of all ages will laugh on this new-age twist on a classic Disney attraction.

    Concept rendering of Woody's Western Railroad, which will open after undergoing exciting design changes in late 2012.
    I'm pretty sure that should be the PROSPECTOR not Inspector (which still wouldn't make sense anyway considering the prospector was a good guy in the Woody's Round Up show). Something tells me if a source can't get that part right (and gave you the wrong concept art in the process), it's something that is questionable. Plus I have yet to find anything via google that mentions this change aside from this thread.

    Back in my ball of denial again.
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    Re: New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed

    Hmm... Interesting. I'm not sure what that might mean.

    The concept art was from a friend, not my source. The whole script was reworded by me.
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    Re: New plans for Grizzly Mountain Coaster revealed

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