I feel like on a lot of threads I've seen there are arguments against frozen that it may not have staying power therefore bringing attractions/lands into parks would be a bad idea. Not that frozen is even remotely my favorite disney movie, but for people 20 years old and younger Frozen is the biggest disney musical in their life time. To most young people these days frozen is a disney staple. I get the sense that this website is frequented by older disney fans who are stuck in the past, I honestly don't know what attractions you expect disney to build in the future but it won't be ideas or movies of the past. I made a previous post about a concept for a frozen land and it turned into a debate on the origin of Matterhorn, which really just shows the age of the visitors of this website. I get it though, it's disneyland, it was created for all ages not just children. But I feel like most of you need to just pass the torch and give up on you're middle aged ideas of you're idealized old fashioned disneyland. Cars land is one of the most popular additions to the Disneyland resort in decades and was inspired by a Pixar move that saw a glimpse of the success of frozen. On busy days the line to meet Anna and Elsa reaches around four hours. Let's face it , the voices of those children waiting in line are louder than the voices of the elderly disney fans on this website.