Discussion in 'Disneyland Resort' started by Freak, Jul 15, 2017.
An Insider's look at Disney's upcoming Pixar Fest and Pixar Pier
*sigh* nobody asked for this.
God help us all
As much as I was against this, in concept they look nice. Adding a story to Incredicoaster is the dumbest thing though.
If only there was some sort of iconic fast food franchise that originates from the Toy Story universe. One that people would love to visit a real version of, in a location that would actually make sense, with a chance to make it actually fully realized unlike past attempts.
...nah, let's go with a place that appears in an obscure five minute long short instead.
Burn it down.
I'm getting a severe case of Burger Invasion and I'm scared for my life.
This won’t be popular.
I don’t mind the Pixar Pier aesthetic. In all the talk about theming, there’s this new expectation that everything becomes more serious. After all, serious is realistic and theming is meant to be realistic.
This looks whimsical. I think theme parks should have a sense of whimsy.
I'll be here.
At least they didn't put a Mexican hat on him.
Maybe Scott Walker could do that for us.
EDIT: A better version..
There you go. That works better.
Welp, they're literally spending money to go back to DCA 1.0, only this somehow feels worse then that.
If they did something like TDS's Toy Story Mania setup, I'd be fine with that. But this is coming off way more tacky then it should be, it's like they want a west coast variant of Dinorama.
This feels like a Pixar version of what the TSL’s look like. Garish, oversized and ugly.
Paradise Pier was no gem, but there was also nothing overly wrong with it.
Except TSL will look decent
just a small update on the incredicoaster
Interesting. It looks like they are testing speeds where they can stop the coaster inside the tunnel.
Wow, that was sure exciting. I think I'll go outside and watch the snow melt now.
If they can get it down right, it would mean a stop in the tunnel, a show scene, a backwards portion, then relaunching through the same tunnel. While the video itself is boring, it could mean good things for the coaster.
I'm surprised that the launch isn't going to be a show scene as well. That's about 10-12 seconds of good story time they could have worked in there.
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