Wreck-It Ralph AttractionWalt Disney World: Here's a Post for Wreck-It Ralph fans.
From Oscar MarquezI left a post about Wreck-It Ralph Land
Posted January 31, 2013 at 7:19 AM
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Wreck-It Ralph Land
A New Land for Disney's Hollywood Studios. Lights, Motor, Action! Extreme Stunt Show, Studio Backlot Tour and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: Movie Set Adventure will be close and demolish to make way for Wreck-It Ralph Land.
Wreck-It Ralph Land will split in 4 Areas: Game Central Station, Sugar Rush, Fix-It Felix, Jr. and Hero's Duty.
GAME CENTRAL STATION
An Enclosed area and a Central Hub for Wreck-It Ralph Land. contains a door to enter Sugar Rush. Also contains Restrooms. Also All doors with LED Screen, so you can see all the Worlds of Videogames (Pac-Man, Super Mario Bros., Sonic the Hedgehog, Q*Bert, etc. One of the Door gets an "Out of Order" sign is Centipede)
* Litwak's Arcade Facade.
When you walk in Streets of America, You enter Game Central Station through Litwak's Arcade Facade
* Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz Meet n' Greet
A Meet n' Greet where you can take pictures with Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz.
* Game Central Station Kiosk
A Kiosk where sells Wreck-It Ralph mercahndise.
An Area based on "Sugar Rush" World. Contains Lollipop Trees, Animatronics Laffy Taffies and Nerds. SweeTarts rocks, also will contains in this area. Also, Contains Candy Bridge, where you can enter to Hero's Duty or Fix-It Felix, Jr.
* SUGAR RUSH RACERS
A Duplicate version Radiator Springs Racers, but with Sugar Rush theme.
* Vanellope's Sugary Treat
A Stand where sells Ice Cream, Cotton Candy, Candy Apple, Coke Products and Special Drink, Vanellope's Butter-Ade (A version of Le Bou's Brew)
FIX-IT FELIX, JR.
A Mini Area, located next to Pixar Place. Contains a Broken Wall, so you can enter to Pixar Place. The Empty Building next to Toy Story Mania will become into a New Attraction, Wreck-It Ralph: Arcade Rescue.
* Wreck-It Ralph: Arcade Rescue
A 3D Motion Simulator ride with Infitec 3D Screen.
There are seats similar to Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem. For Small Childrens, Expectant mothers, people with motion sickness, heart problems, back or neck problems will be seating in a Special Non-Motion Seats.
The Empty Building (Future Home of Wreck-It Ralph: Arcade Rescue) will be bigger that Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem bullding. The Empty Building will be 188 m., while Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem building will be 156 m.
The Empty Bulding will be painted into Niceland's Penthouse. While Wreck-It Ralph's House will be added in the Outdoor Queue. Inside of Empty Building will be added Pre-Show room and Main Show room.
This Attraction is set between Wreck-It Ralph and Wreck-It Ralph 2
The ride is like mixing The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera and Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem with Shrek 4D.
A Mini-Area based on "Hero's Duty" World. contains Animatronics Cy-Bugs.
* Hero's Duty: Cy-Bugs Shooter
A Clone of Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin, but with Hero's Duty theme.
A Clone of Wreck-It Ralph: Arcade Rescue will be located in Tomorrowland. Replace Captain EO, while Starcade (and Star Trader) will be replace by a Queue and Pre-Show of the Attraction.
During the Construction, Captain EO seats will be removed and will replace by a Seats simiar to Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem. As the old location of Star Trader closed; The new location of Star Trader will be in a Extended Queue of Star Tours. Starcade sign will be moved in Star Trader old location. As Space Mountain exit complex will be walled off and the exit will be located in the Starcade's 2nd Floor, with Escalators. FASTPASS Distribution will be located outside Buzz Lighyear's Astro Blaster.
This Version will not be located in Litwak's Arcade, will be located in Disneyland's Starcade.
When Wreck-It Ralph: Arcade Rescue replace Captain EO at Disneyland park; Captain EO will be replace by a revival of Disney California Adventure film and a Non-3D film, Golden Dreams at Epcot.
Walt Disney Studios Paris
A clone of Wreck-It Ralph land will be coming to Walt Disney Studios Paris.
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From Andrew DoughertyNot bad, although I don't really think that the whole ride based on just sugar rush would be that cool. Maybe based off the race at the end. Also, I think the tech for despicable me might be trade marked by universal.
Posted January 31, 2013 at 12:54 PM
From Andy MilitoCould be pretty cool :)
Posted January 31, 2013 at 2:15 PM
From Beth OlligesI would LOVE this! So would my boyfriend -- we're both big fans of classic video games and really enjoyed Wreck-It Ralph when we saw it on opening day at Downtown Disney!
Posted February 11, 2013 at 11:18 PM
From Jay R.I think this is a great idea!
Posted February 12, 2013 at 2:54 PM
Wreck it Ralph is the first animated Disney movie in recent history (non Pixar) that's done well (critically & commercially) that isn't based on a princess / fairy tale.
I think an attraction is needed (even if there wasn't an entire land).
This movie was popular across all demographics, and it's a nice alternative franchise for all the disney princess themed stuff.
I'm not sure how the licensing would go for the other classic games franchises (pac man, sonic, etc.) in the park. However there are still the originals: fix it felix, heroes duty, & sugar rush.
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