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)

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

  1. 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. 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. 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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