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2) Close "Stitch" and open "Wall E" instead.
3) Make the "Carousel of Progress" spin very fast so guests can feel the G forces (just a joke)
4) Change the current Monster's Inc attraction for a "Tron" simulator ride where you drive the movie's motorcycles.
5) Buzz Lightyear's vehicles should spin like "Men in Black" at Universal.
Tron Legacy had some success but I'm not sure it was the monster hit Disney hoped it would be. It will end up making less money than than the Karate Kid remake and Grown Ups, even with the higher 3-D prices. Any idea for a Tron attraction in Tomorrowland on the East or West coast took a big hit after its dissapointing box office run.
Stitch has to go or be completely re-imagined - although I think the preshow is pretty good.
CoP needs to be refurbed and moved to Downtown Disney or (if it fits) Mainstreet USA. Furthermore, it should be renamed to something like "A Century of Progress" then WDI can redo the final scene to showcase events of the year 2000, but keep all the other scenes intact, and the show will be preserved but improved. This attraction should never be destroyed, but it does not fit in Tomorrowland anymore.
With the extra space from CoP's removal and the dead area nearby, Mission:Space can be moved into Tomorrowland from Epcot, and Horizons can be rebuilt in its original location!!!
Beyond Tomorrowland (though, that is not the topic)...
Adventureland needs a complete redo. I like the idea of going with a Pirates theme, adding a Pirates coaster instead of Jungle Cruise, a Pirate Ship (the Black Pearl) to explore instead of the Tree House, a table service restaurant (with a Monte Cristo) instead of the Tiki Room, and foliage instead of the Aladdin midway spinner. Furthermore, I think that PotC needs to be tweaked to be a LOT more like the version in Disneyland.
The Riverboat ride needs more eye candy on the shoreline or should be replaced with the once intended Western River Expedition attraction.
The Country Bears should be converted into a shooting gallery with targets on all the bears, or replaced with a western themed "Stagecoach" simulator show.
Fantasyland is already getting its redo, but can we also refurb and upgrade Peter Pan at the same time?
Casey's needs to sell all beef hot dogs again, not dawgs made from chicken parts and sawdust.
Finally, all the table service restaurants at MK (except the Plaza Restaurant, which I like) need to have their menus and prices revamped. The food at these establishments is way too expensive and very average. Better food, more reasonable prices, and better theming make James a happy boy.
But back to the topic, yeah I agree, they need to definitely get rid of speedway. Carousel needs a update because it's pretty far behind technologically XD I don't think they should get another space mountain though, that would almost be a waste of money because they should just theme it after something else of just upgrade the original.
I also don't think they should make more pirates stuff. The ride should be redone to add more drops or something but other than that it's fine. Jungle cruise is kind of boring though, they should add more interactive elements or something that gets close to you like in jaws.
For fantasy land, I think they should tear down snow white. I really don't care that it's a classic, it's just way to boring. Or redo it completely. Everything else in fantasy land could be added to as well. I don't know why, but it always feels like small world is missing something to me...
In tomorrow land, they should make it more like MIB. I definitely liked MIB more just because It was like an upgraded version of Buzz. The spins should be more....I don't wanna say violent but it's more fun that way and kids don't mind it. And the monster should shoot back.
As for making another Space Mountain...why not? As long as the attractions are very different the theme is a good one. Go with it. Heck, it does not even have to be a coaster, it could be a 4D "Forbidden Journey" - type ride. Just about anything is better than the Speedway.
As for Buzz, it's fine... it needs guns like the version in DLR, but that is the least of WDI's worries if you ask me.
Lastly, rumors persist that Snow White is going away as part of the Fantasyland expansion and will be replaced with a Seven Dwarves Mine train coaster. We'll have to wait and see.
Disneyquest is a great place for it!
The issue with Stitch and Monsters are the building scematics are, more or less, must remain the same. All the attractions in those two buildings have shapewise been the same (especialy at Stitch)
As for the Speedway, the long waits are more a by-product of it being a notoriously slow-loading attraction than a fan favorite. It is an eye-sore, an ear-sore, and a nose-sore (ugly, noisy, and stinky - not the kind of nostalgic effect Walt was hoping for, methinks). If there ever is another Tomorrowland overhaul the Speedway definitely needs to be revamped (to meet the area's futuristic theme) or replaced entirely. I vote for "replaced" (I am sure there is a Six Flags or Cedar Fair park somewhere that would be interested in buying a used "cars-on-a-rail" attraction).
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