Fox has a couple of theme parks in development - in Dubai and Malaysia. Does anyone know what becomes of them with this new Disney acquisition? These are being built by other companies under licence from Fox.
My thought is that Disney wouldn't want them and will not be investing money in them, because this is new content to them and it's not worth their time or hassle on a risky undertaking that they had no role in establishing. The agreement may be that the park operators pay them money for the licence and Disney is not involved in any way, which may be acceptable to them.
This is all speculation on my part though, I'm just curious if any of you wise Themeparkinsider's know any better (or can speculate any better - I'm sure you can)Tweet
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These parks are open or have a reopening date:
We're still waiting on these: