Imagineering Discuss OneLittleSparkofInspiration in the Miscellaneous Disney forums; Currently reading Designing Disney by Imagineer John Hench. Wonderful, and instructional book for those who want to be an Imagineer, and or just learn about the Imagineer creative processes.
Currently reading Designing Disney by Imagineer John Hench. Wonderful, and instructional book for those who want to be an Imagineer, and or just learn about the Imagineer creative processes.
Something I have wondered about is the following:
At Walt Disney World, how come there is not a Toy Story, or Monsters Inc., dark ride, with full fledge audio-animatronics?
This is what I imagine:
For a Monsters Inc dark ride, Disney could use the exsisting Wonders of Life Pavilion. From the front it does look similar to the back of Monsters Inc Factory in Monsters Inc. Within could be a dark ride, and smaller based attractions/shows/interactive stuff- the Monsters, educating people, with laughter.
Something To Think About:
Why hasn't Disney built a dark ride attraction featuring Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Pluto, etc...., with audio animatronics?
Cool stuff to think about. All feedback, replies, and of course imaginations welcome!
"If you can dream it you can do it."
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Monsters Inc. wouldn't really fit in Epcot, but I think a Cars dark ride could be a cool addition to DHS. We don't need something as big as Carsland in WDW in my opinion.
We might, actually. I think it would be a good addition to DHS. They already have expanded Pixar into its own area, and they've worked Cars into the Lights, Action show. Plus, DHS really needs one HUGE addition to help it not be a half-day park.
Originally Posted by aerosmithfan94
Last edited by supernova; 07-14-2012 at 11:38 AM.
Really, Walt? Disneyland is MY land? Why would I want a silly little land when I can have the WORLD.