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New Tomorrowland Rumored for DL

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  1. Freak

    Freak Veteran Member

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    Since this rumor is gaining serious traction, I think having its own thread is appropriate.

    Fresh Baked and MiceChat are reporting this, but word on the street is that there is finally a TL redo in the cards within this coming decade. If it happens, the plan is to flatten everything but Space Mountain. Even that may get flattened and rebuilt. The TL that we're so used to may soon be completely gone and re-start from scratch.

    I think the obvious choices for attractions are the Jetpacks ride, Buzz ride, and Tron coaster from Shanghai as well as the return of the People Mover. Fresh Baked thinks the Guardians coaster in Epcot might make its way over here but I don't think it will. It's too repetitive from Space Mountain. This could also be an opportunity to see Flight of Passage make its way over here.

    What do you guys think? I'm personally excited about this starting over from scratch rumor. With that in mind, the sky's the limit!
     
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    I do think they and a few others, are very much on the track of Tron coming to DL.

    That said, I do not buy them having the coaster in the location that MC is speaking of.

    My guesses..more or less, on the major.

    • Tron Light Cycle Power Run - Autopia/Subs/Innovations
    • Flight of Passage - Star Tours/Star Traders, extends the showbuilding into backstage and with a new story for setting
    • Space Mountain (But with a overhaul)
     
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    Didn't know where to post this, as this relates to Tomorrowland in a way..but..

     
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    Now that Disney owns Fox, would it be too much to ask for an Alien Encounter with the Xenomorph for New Tomorrowland?
     
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    It's a Christmas miracle, because even if it isn't for the sake of the overhaul; they're finally getting rid of the awful rockwork!

     
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    Not sure how I feel about the below concept, I think the planters etc don't go with the rest of the design:
    disneyland-tomorrowland-entrance-concept-art.jpg
    Source: OC Register
     
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    It will. Think of this as a glimpse of the next tomorrowland. Everything behind the entry way is pretty much going to change.
     
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    I like how they removed the french fry rocks because of its intrusiveness only to add this. Galaxy brain Disney
     
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    It's a much smaller footprint than the FFR.
     
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