i like what the analyst says at the end.
He mentions that Disney's decision to pass off the rights to Harry Potter because it did not fit into their formula was most likely the biggest mistake in 20 years.
now let's consider this, if Disney had gone ahead and bought the rights to do Harry potter do we think they would have created twolarge immersive lands like universal or just an attraction here and there dispersed through out their parks worldwide?
lets just say that Disney would have created two lands with multiple attractions. would the attractions have the thrill factor these have along with the new ride technology that universal used or would they have gone with the same technology they feel comfortable with and used omnimovers, flume rides or another Soarin clone?
lets also say that they would have built the exact Sam thing that fans got from universal. What two parks in WDW would you add it too.?
would Diagonal Alley work in Epcot? A New large Pavillion with England as the center point and then behind the Pavillion Diagon Alley.? Would hogs worth express run from there to Disney Hollywood studio creating a faster connection between both parks and boosting both of these gates attendance.
Diagon Alley built in DHS replacing the tram tour and then have the train run from there to DAK where Hogsmeade would be built adding the mythical aspect of that park with all the weird creatures that appear in the movie.
i think it could have worked and also finally gave DAK the perfect transportation connecting it to the rest of the three parks and at the same time boosting its attendance