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Tag Archives: tomorrowland
After the rumors are swirling that the proposed Avatar land at Disney’s Animal Kingdom is on hold, it should come as no surprise that fans are speculating on what will be the next big project for Imagineers. MiceChat has surfaced … Continue reading
WDI model for Plectu’s Galactic Theater in the 2055 concept of Disneyland’s Tomorrowland Of all the lands at Disneyland, Tomorrowland has always presented Imagineers the most trouble. Work began 6 months late, and it almost didn’t open with the rest … Continue reading
Update: Tomorrowland has reopened. Astro Orbiter remains closed after power outage and small fire. Here’s a pic of a Firetruck exiting Tomorrowland after the fire was put out. Update #2: In a story in the Orlando Sentinel, Disney claims that … Continue reading
I was talking with someone this weekend about the sad state of Splash Mountain, I’m sorry I can’t recall who, and the discussion turned to Magic Kingdom’s VP Phil Holmes. Apparently, Phil believes that the park has serious capacity issues … Continue reading