God I hope not. I just don't get it, Universal can survive without having franchises they just don't personally own. They can get away with Transformers because Universal has the rights to DreamWorks films released internationally (except South Korea), and the offices are located on the Universal lot too. Yes, Transformers is co-financed by Paramount domestically as well but Universal does have a stake in the Transformer franchise.
Anyway, according to a recent Orlando Business Journal article, a good hand full of people took a Universal Orlando resort survey recently. To test visitors what they would like to see at future Universal Orlando theme parks, with interest in popular film franchises such as Avatar, Lord of the Rings, and Twilight has becoming part of the theme park landscape. From new lands to new attractions to merchandise, and character interactions.
Source: A new country at Epcot? - Orlando Business Journal
^The above link also mentions possible new land coming to Epcot Center, and Disney has green-lighted the much talked about Monsters Inc roller coaster at Disney's Hollywood Studios.