You came through with some wonderful suggestions in the comments on our post, on our Twitter feed, and on our Facebook page. Some were snarky, some clever, and one of them might just turn out to be the park's new name.
Whatever Disney selects, we'd like to hear your favorite choice among these nominations. I've selected 10 potential new names from your suggestions — five that Disney might use and five that just make us laugh (or cringe). Vote for your favorite in each category, and campaign for your favorites in the comments and on Facebook and Twitter. (You'll find handy buttons at the bottom of the post.)
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I am Exasperated (or Even Exited from the Twitter world) hahahaha...
Hollywood Adventure would be my second guess.
I'd guess Animal Kingdom will have a slight name change too... From Disney's Animal Kingdom to Disney Animal Kingdom. It's much cleaner looking, and keeps the brand recognition there.
With the impending Carsland East Try Disney-Pixar Studios on for size.
But Disney Hollywood Adventure is way too close to what I've been referring to it as for a little while now: Disney's Florida California Adventure (or Disney California Adventure: Florida Edition, whichever you prefer).
I like Disney's Florida Adventure (basically Disney's California Adventure, but on the East Coast). Someone suggested that earlier and I think it works.
For anyone voting or hoping Hollywood Studios changes its name to Walt Disney Studios, how will it work, having two parks with exactly the same name?
It was on the original Hollywood sign, its referenced in several movies like Rocketeer, and it's a great name for a theme park.
It will work the same way that Paris has a Disneyland and there is a Disneyland in Anaheim... As well as the Disneyland in Tokyo... And the Disneyland in Hong Kong
Yes, but we call those parks "Tokyo Disneyland" and "Hong Kong Disneyland" and "Disneyland Paris". Always with the location - except for the original because it's just assumed without a location, we're talking Anaheim.
Would we say "Walt Disney Studios Paris", or "Walt Disney Studios Orlando"? Which would require the location to differentiate the two?
Looks like to keep tourists from getting confused, neither Adventure nor Studios should be considered, huh?
Yes tourist get confused it is commonly discussed that 1 in 4 travelers to Orlando believe Universal/Harry Potter are a part of Disney World.
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