Additionally, the idea of Avatar in AK has really grown on me. The theme of the movie was environmental conservation and preservation, a core facet of AK. The lush terrain also is a perfect match. Plus fictional animals were always a part of the plan, although they tended to lean towards mythical, rather than creatures so specific. I do feel like fictional animals that have more of a history (dragons, unicorns, etc.) would be more appropriate and better suited for the long run. A fantastical land could incorporate attractions from numerous existing and new movies quite easily, and if the avatar fever dies the whole land won't need to be replaced.
I would love to see the Indiana Jones ride in Florida because it's awesome and it's easier for us to get there. However, it would be more interesting to have something new. The Indiana Jones coaster in Paris is lame and dull. However, I would take it over Primeval Whirl.
I hate the Indy coaster at Paris. It's extremely short, uncomfortable and looks better then it rides. I think the exploration from the Indy movies would translate to the exotic destinations in AK but the way they portray animals in the movies are not a good fit to AK. I rather see an original explorer like the one from Mystic Manor get a whole land in AK showing of his house but also his hangar where we can go in his airship visiting the natural beauty of planet earth and his glasshouse and butterfly garden.
Please Disney leave Indy alone. I have fond memories about the first 3 movies. That memory is tainted by the 4th turd of a movie and we don't need a 5th one. Harrison Ford has become to old to play the role and the transition to his son was a huge mistake.
This would be the best way to slowly introduce and get a new indy to the fans with out leaving out the Harrison ford fans
Of course this means they would have to do the next two movies pretty much back to back and soon