Monsters Inc, Laugh Floor to open April 2nd

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Back in November, my son and I were lucky to see the very first public preview of Magic Kingdom’s soon to be opened attraction, Monsters Inc, Laugh Floor Comedy Club. It was a pretty miserable show that needed lots of work, but truth be told I did see some potential if they got the kinks worked out. Others were not so kind, some going as far as predicting the attraction would never open, or if it opened it would then quickly shut down in failure.

Well we’re all going to get the chance to see which of our predictions come true. LaughingPlace.com reports that MILFCC is now scheduled to have its grand opening on April 2nd. If that’s the case soft openings should become more regular. As you can see on our model Stitch, they’ve had some merchandise out for the attraction since early January.

They must have made some serious progress on the show effects and, more importantly, the story. We’ll see. Reports from recent visitors who saw previews have been mixed at best. I know that some team members have been attempting to get transferred off the project, so if the boat sinks they don’t go down with it. I wish them luck.

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4 Responses to Monsters Inc, Laugh Floor to open April 2nd

  1. whit says:

    If it was destined for doom it would be at DCA. I’m sure the show is fine.

  2. John Frost says:

    You obviously haven’t been reading the same reviews I have. I have not read one overly positive review of the previews. Assuming they got the technology worked out, it’s the comedy club angle that appears to be the trouble.

  3. whit says:

    Actually, I haven’t read any reviews other than yours. I just thought the time was ripe for a jab at DCA. I know you love those.

    Plus, I’m putting my blind faith in the powers that be that Disney won’t run with something that bad… again.

    It’s been my experience that much of the early press these things get is overly critical and negative for the sake of negativity (not yours of course, that’s just why I haven’t bothered reading other reviews).

    I have high hopes for it. Monsters, Inc. is a personal fav.

  4. Monsters, Inc. says:

    Come on, if you’re going to publish a Disney-centric blog, get the movie and show titles right.

    It’s “Monsters, Inc.” — no apostrophe in Monsters.

    Monsters the plural.

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