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Lori Marie Loud

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Update to the overall park overhaul - a Tangled themed teacups ride has been leaked.
Can we move this on over to Park Construction since this isn't just RnRC, but also at least one (likely two) other new land(s) and a multi billion refresh?

One other thing: Rumors are abound that Lion King has overtaken Galaxy's Edge for the second lake land.
 

Lukas D

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Wow, that sure looks VERY Disney. I am wondering, though, if that park might feel a little too "smashed together" in the end.
 

Hixee

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Can we move this on over to Park Construction since this isn't just RnRC, but also at least one (likely two) other new land(s) and a multi billion refresh?
No. It can be its own thread in rumours until it is confirmed, at which point it can be moved into the relevant forum. Moving the entire RnR thread is not the right answer - I know that much.

Good info, please discuss away here.
 

Jamesss

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I am wondering, though, if that park might feel a little too "smashed together" in the end.
Yeah I agree, the park is already a mish-mash of themes and will be even more so once everything is complete.

The park desperately needs theme-consistency and smooth transitions between areas.
 

Pokemaniac

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Yeah I agree, the park is already a mish-mash of themes and will be even more so once everything is complete.

The park desperately needs theme-consistency and smooth transitions between areas.
The whole resort is in such a strange position. The Studios park was so bare-bones upon opening that it basically has taken two decades of gradual investments to turn it into a full-fledged park, and in the meantime, the main park still hasn't received any new attractions since *checks* ... Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin back in 2006. And even that one was mostly a refurbishment of an older attraction. The last time a new attracation was built from the ground up there was Space Mountain back in 1995.

Arguably, the Studios park still is in more dire need of attention, but in the meantime while its problems have been taken care of, Disneyland Park has been pretty much stagnant for decades. The overwhelming majority of its attractions were built in the early nineties and haven't seen more than the occasional re-theme since then.
 

Justin2000

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The whole resort is in such a strange position. The Studios park was so bare-bones upon opening that it basically has taken two decades of gradual investments to turn it into a full-fledged park, and in the meantime, the main park still hasn't received any new attractions since *checks* ... Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin back in 2006. And even that one was mostly a refurbishment of an older attraction. The last time a new attraction was built from the ground up there was Space Mountain back in 1995.

Arguably, the Studios park still is in more dire need of attention, but in the meantime while its problems have been taken care of, Disneyland Park has been pretty much stagnant for decades. The overwhelming majority of its attractions were built in the early nineties and haven't seen more than the occasional re-theme since then.

Buzz replaced a CircleVision Theater

Would you consider Philharmagic a New Addition?
 

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The whole resort is in such a strange position. The Studios park was so bare-bones upon opening that it basically has taken two decades of gradual investments to turn it into a full-fledged park, and in the meantime, the main park still hasn't received any new attractions since *checks* ... Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin back in 2006. And even that one was mostly a refurbishment of an older attraction. The last time a new attracation was built from the ground up there was Space Mountain back in 1995.

Arguably, the Studios park still is in more dire need of attention, but in the meantime while its problems have been taken care of, Disneyland Park has been pretty much stagnant for decades. The overwhelming majority of its attractions were built in the early nineties and haven't seen more than the occasional re-theme since then.
I remember a couple of years back there were rumors that Mickey’s Runaway Railway was coming to Disneyland Park and when I visited last year I looked at the ”Meet Mickey Mouse” building in front of the Fantasyland train station and thinking that would be the perfect spot for it.

Then there’s the infamous ”Indiana Jones Adventure” plot of land between Temple du Peril and Pirates. DLP has so much space being used for jack all.
 

bladeboy

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I’m pretty sure I read that nothing new will be coming to Parc Disneyland until they finish all the work on the Studios, which I don’t think will be complete before 2027.
 

Pokemaniac

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Buzz replaced a CircleVision Theater

Would you consider Philharmagic a New Addition?
Ahh, my bad, shouldn't have skimmed through Wikipedia that long after midnight.

As for Philharmagic ... it's a stage show, and as far as I can tell it takes place in a building that was already a theatre. I wouldn't consider it a new attraction.
 

cookie

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The mystery over whether Star Wars land has been canceled or not continues. The concept art featuring it is being proudly displayed on the D23 Expo show floor, but the sign announcing the "Garden" area surrounding the lake does not mention it.

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Meanwhile, a rumor has appeared that Disneyland Park is getting a major coaster addition for 2028(!), described as a "Hagrid's-style" coaster themed to the Disney villains and set to be located in a mini-area close to Discoveryland. Both the rumor and the images above I found here:

Guess we'll see tomorrow during the Parks & Resorts panel if there are any further announcements regarding DLP. The fact that the leaked Tangled ride isn't mentioned on the sign does point toward some announcement happening during the panel.
 
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Lori Marie Loud

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RUMOR ROUNDUP:

Land 3 is now Lion King. Major water ride, and a flat ride.

There's a second flat ride in the gardens, themed to Ursula. It was originally designed for DCA. A friend of Ally did a big recap on WDWMagic and stated, quote, "I'll let Ally keep the exclusivity on this one so I won't spill the beans".

Land 4, if it happens, is Pandora. And a speeder bike Star Wars coaster+land is going by Discoveryland.....Which miiiiiight displace the rumored Villains coaster.
 
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Ethan

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Land 3 is now Lion King. Major water ride, and a flat ride.

There's a second flat ride in the gardens, themed to Ursula. It was originally designed for DCA. A friend of Ally did a big recap on WDWMagic and stated, quote, "I'll let Ally keep the exclusivity on this one so I won't spill the beans".

Land 4, if it happens, is Pandora. And a speeder bike Star Wars coaster+land is going by Discoveryland.....Which miiiiiight displace the rumored Villains coaster.
I'm pretty sure all of this is currently nothing but rumours? I was also under the impression that someone online said it would be cool if Tron was themed to Star Wars, and this suddenly became a rumour. Do we actually have evidence that any of these are in the works?
 

Lori Marie Loud

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I'm pretty sure all of this is currently nothing but rumours? I was also under the impression that someone online said it would be cool if Tron was themed to Star Wars, and this suddenly became a rumour. Do we actually have evidence that any of these are in the works?
Edited to clarify these are rumors.
 
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