Rabbits, Turtles and Cars - Oh My!
Hopping, Spinning and Tooting - Oh My!
The "follow the rabbit" to Easter Village diversion should prove to be great fun for the little egg nabbers. Aliens of the Deep is a dazzling 3-D delight - a perfect initial film for the new IMAX theatre. How breathtaking it would be to view the Eiffel Tower from the area where the captive balloon keeps bobbing up and down. I'll bet you can't see the Earful Tower at WDW from that point though. Now that's what I call a Hidden Mickey.
Wo-o-o-o dude! Riding the East Australian ocean current thru the 4 minute in length Finding Nemo attraction on the back of a spinning turtle would present some major thrillage! Adding a whole new deminsion to the dark ride genre is the "dry for wet" creative environment. I wonder if animatronics will be incorporated into the experience.
Your claim is moot, Alain, in your assertion that Walt Disney Studios' Nemo will be completely unique, while Disneyland's soon to be confirmed (on May 5th) Nemo subs will essentially add up to little more than a fefurbishment. BOTH RIDES WILL BE HIGHLY UNIQUE. Besides, there just might be some unannounced surprises in store inside the the lagoon cave. From the technological/artistic standpoint, DCA's long rumored Little Mermaid dark ride concept will, with any luck, be more like WDS's Nemo.
Pretty clever and insightful of you, Alain, where you conjectured about the PIXAR Cars based "traffic school" attraction. I think you are dead-on correct about the cars talking and travelling non-uniformly in different directions via trackless computerized remote control.
Mickey's Philharmagic's coming to DLP is, in all likelyhood, a done deal - at sometime in the not so distant future. From what I have heard, the Company's intention from the onset was to build a theater at each of their resorts, including the Disneyland resort.
What really intrigues me is the old Western River Expedition concept replacing The Song of the South as the new theme for a future Splash Mountain at DLP. You just can't keep a good notion down forever.
Now about that Space Mountain 2 music track. Just when is somebody going to hook us up with a functioning link?
Rabbits, Turtles, No Links - Goodbye.