Pixar's The Good Dinosaur opened this weekend and hopefully this won't be their first box office flop, so let's play hypotheticals and imagine where this one can go.
At Disney World, there already exists two dinosaur themed attractions. DINOSAUR should probably go untouched at Animal Kingdom, but I don't think anyone would mind if Disney did away with Chester and Hester's and replaced it with something worthy and related to the movie.
There's also Ellen's Energy Adventure at Epcot. I haven't seen the movie yet, but as I understand it, there involves a plot with treating nature and some of the dinosaurs are farmers and ranchers. It seems like Disney could just update the existing prehistoric section with characters from the movie while retaining the edutainment aspect, but alas, so many people hate it when characters of any kind are brought to that park.
I've tried to think of somewhere for Disneyland, but nothing seems quite as obvious to me.
Have you seen the movie? If so, what would you do if you were in charge of adding the Good Dino to the resorts?Tweet
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