Disney World is currently building "Frozen Ever After," an attraction slated to open next year in Epcot. At the same time, Tokyo Disneyland is currently constructing a "Frozen" theme land, with a ride being included. My question is: Why isn't Disneyland making a Frozen ride?
I understand Disney is focusing on "Star Wars Land," however, Frozen is their most popular movie of all time. I know they are creating a Frozen show, which will be in California Adventure. But...Disney would be smart to cash in on Frozen, by building a ride, and a theme land to along with it? Can you imagine how popular a "Frozen Land" would be?
This just doesn't make sense to me? I know Disneyland doesn't have the room as Disney World has, however, they should look to expand, with Frozen becoming the main attraction. Maybe they could put it in California Adventure?
What do you guys think?
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