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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneyfann121 View Post
    Rumor has it that they will be adding a Lord of the Rings scene to TGMR.
    That would be a great addition to TGMR, but that's ultimately a Warner Bros. property. I don't know if they'd be so happy to have it prominently featured in the signature attraction of a Walt Disney theme park.

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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Really everything I have heard about TSM has been positive

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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    I have only heard positive things as well
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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Stardust View Post
    That would be a great addition to TGMR, but that's ultimately a Warner Bros. property. I don't know if they'd be so happy to have it prominently featured in the signature attraction of a Walt Disney theme park.
    TGMR is about movies, not Disney movies. Most of the movies featured in the ride are from rival studios.

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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneyfann121 View Post
    TGMR is about movies, not Disney movies. Most of the movies featured in the ride are from rival studios.

    aren't most of the scenes from MGM movies?
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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Quote Originally Posted by MJMcB View Post
    aren't most of the scenes from MGM movies?
    Fox and the WB as well.
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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    ^^ WB own the MGM archive today don't they?
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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Yes, all of those classic pre-1986 MGM movies are owned by Time Warner. (To oversimplify, when Sony bought MGM they got the name/logos, the modern library, and United Arts films like the James Bond movies.)

    Outside of Alien (Fox), I believe all of the non-Disney films from the GMR before the end montage are licensed from Warner or Lucasfilm. (That should hold true for the coming attractions that open the ride, as well.)

    Most of the rumors point to good relations with Lucas. Hopefully Rick and Ilsa aren't going away anytime soon, either.

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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    I would hope that Disney is maintaining good relations with Lucas -- what with Star Tours 2 coming, and a possible Indy update in Anaheim.

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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    I'd say give it a few years, and then DHS will be a park that guests are excited about visiting once again. TSMM and Pixar Place is the first step in the right direction. Remember, Disney can't make a transformation in one night. It'll take a while, but we'll definately see some major improvements over the coming years with some quality attractions.

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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Morrow View Post
    Most of the rumors point to good relations with Lucas.
    I'm guessing Iger gets credit for that...just as he is responsible for repairing the rift with Pixar. Who knows maybe he can repair relations with Spielberg so we could see a little Roger Rabbit at DHS. It's ironic that RR is missing from the park where he would be most appropriate.
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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneyfann121 View Post
    Rumor has it that they will be adding a Lord of the Rings scene to TGMR.
    I would like a LOTR attractions myself but this would be cool
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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Rumor has it LotR has been scrapped.

    Anyway, DHS can only go up from here. Let's start with replacing Sounds Dangerous with....something else.
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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie_Duke View Post
    Let's start with replacing Sounds Dangerous with....something else.
    The original attraction there was "Monster Sound". Since we are Pixarifying else, how about "Monsters, Inc Sound"
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    Re: Is DHS set for a downward spiral?

    I think I'm the only one who doesn't dislike Sounds Dangerous. Not that it's a must see, but it's a pleasant enough diversion to get out of the hot sun.
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