- Dec 24, 2015
Try a different font maybe?
Comic Sansmy bad, I was joking around.
I love mummy to the extreme where I'll be the one organizing the vigil once they announce mummy is closing. also was debating whether to use a gif of big orange but thats such a classic one heh
Add JP like they originally planned, and that'd be the perfect universal park imo.I need to go to the alternate universe where JAWS and Diagon exist together at USF as well as Kong and Mummy
Nah, they are going to tear down mummy and rebuild Supercharged screen for screen in that spot to make more room for Potter. That way they don't have to touch FFL.I heard there’s going to be a house at HHN next year that’s based off of an alternate universe where the mummy closes for a Hobbs n Shaw meet and greet
It's on TV all the time recently...I watch it everytimeThe '99 Mummy (and its sequel, but not the third one) is actually one of my favorite movies, and I watch it more often than I'd like to admit. Like, an embarrassing amount. And I understand the reasoning, I do - but I'd be SO sad if they got rid of Brendan/the movie references. I get it, but if/when they announce a change, I'm booking a plane ticket and riding it on loop ASAP.
I think the cost and time invested matters a lot. Take the JW redo, what's the cost of that compared to Skull Island? (I believe Skull Island was $150 million?)Any legit good ride closing for a redo or new ride when a park has other worse rides that could be replaced is flat out a bad use of investment money 99% of the time. Even Disney has lame IP with good rides. I mean tron is going into magic kingdom and that series is dead at this time.
But why didnt they ever do that here? Even if people loved the ride?Hollywood's incarnation was not as well-received as Orlando's, leading park management to implement a number of kneejerk changes in the first few years of operation. This included slowing the speed of the vehicles in the dark ride component (to lengthen ride time, as many complained it was too short) and adding ankle ticklers to the Scarab scene.