Discussion in 'Upper Lot/Entertainment Center' started by Brian G., Apr 10, 2019.
This is what I guessed happened too but had no inside info.
Do you think we'll see the closure of Mulligan's Pub in the future? Stuck between the cartoony environments of SLOP and DM:MM, it seems to stick out like a sore thumb. Maybe replace it with a new york-themed counter service restaurant that could open alongside SLOP?
That would be logical.
Guess that's our first look at the ride logo too, certainly does the job, just like the Despicable Me logo does.
The time for Bio has come,
And from Theme Park Obsession,
To bring up from JPLand's video, there is a more proper steel frame going up for the apartment facade of Pets.
You can also notice for the side facing Universal Plaza, of steel frame depicting the buildings around NY coming up for the showbuilding's exterior.
It seems like it’s gonna be a replica of the movie, the actual ride show building shape is nearly identical to the city block in the movie
I think Parisian Courtyard and the surrounding environments will not see 2021...
Which perhaps lends some credibility that a new bar will be built elsewhere in the park. Mulligan's currently doesn't make a lot of sense, nor does Baker's at large.
Poor Horror Nights for losing another spot, though.
On the one hand, it doesn't shock me in any form of way; as either if they merely expand Universal Plaza to make that area of the Upper Lot feel a lot less condensed; or do something more..major to it, but it is fascinating to see that leave.
If that's the case then, could we then presumably expect something to happen after the Holiday's? As I'd assume they'd want to make sure that they have footspace around the park where needed.
From Theme Park Obsession,
When the heck is NY Street on Uni Blvd getting the axe already?
Probably as soon as their ready to start on the exterior of whatever they're putting into the space that used to be Sweet Liberty.
Theme Park Obsession has come,
DP: Brian Lynch has confirmed via his twitter, that he is going to be involved in the upcoming attraction.
(First tweet thanks in part to @Kenny Motolinia asking, and the latter being myself)
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