National Treasure Attraction at Disneyland? Nicolas Cage wants one.

When I lived in California I saw Nicolas Cage wandering Disneyland more than a couple times. The park’s cast members I spoke to knew Cage as a big Disneyland fan as appreciative of the park’s special place in history as the next Disney fan. In fact, just like John Stamos owns half of a Disneyland collectible we used to own, Nic Cage and us both own one piece of a very limited edition Terri Hardin sculpture figure – the excellent Chernabog one.

So now Cage has a successful movie for Walt’s studio and the potential of a successful sequel opening up soon. What does Cage wish for? How about a National Treasure themed attraction at his favorite theme park.

My biggest
thrill would be if Disney was so happy with the movie that they gave it
a ride. "Because I love amusement parks and I love Disneyland and I
would love to see a National Treasure ride. That would be a dream come
true for me."

Do you think Cage would be happy with a roller coaster in California Adventure? (Link)

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4 thoughts on “National Treasure Attraction at Disneyland? Nicolas Cage wants one.

  1. Mark

    Actually, unless there are specific plans for retheming the current Indiana Jones attraction to the new Indy movie, I would think using that location and making it a National Treasure attraction would make more sense financially and location-wise.

    Of course, I would love to see them invest in a full E-ticket in DCA (perhaps in a similar style to Universal’s Spiderman or Busch Garden’s Curse of Darkastle), but another option is to have a HISTA-like movie in DCA.

    Other ideas?

  2. George W

    It was a terrific movie, but I think the writers missed a great opportunity. I thought Jeb Wilkinson was actually going to be a relative of John Wilkes Booth who later changed their names to Wilkenson. It was never made clear how he obtained the burned page, but it would have been a great story line to have made him a descendant of Booth who, in the end, redeemed the family name by giving his life to find the lost treasure. That would have given Mr. Wilkinson a reason to be involved and also a redeeming quality in the end.

  3. Liz

    I thin that tie.he movie was fun to watch it brought up some questioning about our government but is was cool to watch and i think they had a lot of fun makeing the movie.

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