It seems that a long time ago a possible Toontown was considered for Disney Hollywood Studios (back when it was called Disney-MGM studios) which would've included the Roger Rabbit ride currently at Disneyland. Due to the financial flopping of DLPR, these plans were canceled.
With the Toontown Fair at MK now gone, do you think it's possible to get a land similar to Toontown or a Mickey themed land of Hollywood nature in DHS? Perhaps a studio land consisting of nothing but Mickey and Friends with meet n greet trailers you can visit and all of that. I think it would be a great way to expand that park to have a lavish meet n greet area for Mickey and Friends that fits the park's Hollywood theme. Where should this land go btw? Well it could go anywhere in the park I suppose. The important thing is to get more rides and the addition of Roger Rabbit's Cartoon Spin would be a good start. We have tributes to feature animation and Pixar in this park but not so much the old school Mickey and Friends which is going to be more prominent in DCA's current expansion project. What do you think?