In a recent article on Orlando Passholder called "Disney's Backlot Blunder" (http://micechat.com/blogs/orlando-pa...do-update.html), there was this message that I found:
[T]hough Universal Studios Florida was originally billed as an authentic production facility with full-sized replicas of New York streets, they have long since abandoned the conceit of selling the park as anything but movie-themed fun. It is with this adjustment of intent, for example, that the 2008 update of “Earthquake” to “Disaster!” at Universal Orlando created some cheesy good fun out of an otherwise outdated attraction. So why hasn’t Disney also dropped the “working studio” fiction from the Backlot Tour and readjusted its intent to be that of movie-themed fun?
My question based on this is this, how could Universal go from "working studio" to "movie-themed fun"? And how can that be applied to Disney's Hollywood Studios?