Apr 27, 2022
In Theme Park Discussion
Now, idk if this really is part of their "New Tomorrowland" but just recently. It apparently seems that Tokyo Disneyland's Space Mountain is about to receive a MAJOR overhaul. Now, I may sound like I'm going overboard, but if this is the case where Tokyo decided to remodel an iconic attraction, could this be a hint about "New Tomorrowland" at the U.S parks ( Especially Disneyland )? Could we get an announcement related to "New Tomorrowland" at this year's D23? I'm not so sure, but I can finally have confidence, and at least some good news compared to the 3/4 months of pitiful news. ----- Image Source: https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/tdrblog/detail/pr220427/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=220427_pr2 -----
Nov 15, 2021
In Theme Park Discussion
No, this post is not to promote the anniversary of Disney+. Ratger, criticizing it. The reason why I say this is because it seems like Disney+ day in the parks. Apparently was managed better than WDW's 50th. They apparently did better at giving out guests Disney+ hats that look ok, but makes you a walking billboard. Than celebrating the most Iconic achievement. Although Disney is mainly a movie studio, kinda sucks now that they care more about crappy live action remakes that take place in concentration camps. Rather than celebrating Roy & Walt's legacy and contribution to WDW. I'm just sad as a Disney parks fan that they care more about their streaming servjce than the guests at the parks. It's sad that Disney+'s Premier Access, IS THE LITERAL TITLE OF EURO DISNEYLAND'S FASTPASS!! It's sad to see how a blu carpet at Disneyland, littered with leaves and foot prints. Has a larger budget than the 50th or Avengers Campus. Sad that thaley care more about those running the platform, rather than those running the parks. They are a corporation, but they had more standards back then than they do now. No original attractions, commecialized meet & greets and events. Might as well build a Hot Topic that's themed to NBC at Downtown Disney. Just to shill to that market. Might as well build a mall inside Disneyland Park that you can't access unless you pay hundreds and get lucky on the reservation system. It seemed like Disney+ is good for those who like some of the movies and shows on there. However, it seems its tarnishing the parks more than ever. All I hope is that the larks can deserve more respect. As the parks were integral, but left to the casm.