Yes. They already filmed WDW's end.Since the Shanghai version of this will have special scenes with there park and city does anyone think Epcot's and California Adventure's will have special segments relating to there respective local cities/theme parks? I don't honestly think so, but I really really hope so.
Yes. Third theatre for Soarin' and third track for TSMM next year.With updated footage, projection systems, and a third theater for capacity, I think Soarin' will finally be a really solid ride that's worth riding every time I visit Epcot.
We're getting that third theater next year, right?
I'm right there with you. I just went on there for my first time this past April. After I got off, I was like this was it? Compared to the FJ in IOA, I was disappointed. The bad transitions threw me off.Its about time!!!...one thing I'm definitely hoping for is better transitions from scene to scene..the cut jump just completely takes you out the element a little bit...maybe they turn the corner on a crowd of trees and boom China...or get lost in the mist of a waterfall and suddenly it becomes dust in the desert.
Here's to hoping they have better editors this time around.
I agree. I enjoy it a lot. But it's not in FJ's or Spidey's league. That said, an attraction doesn't need to be great to be fun.Geeez, of the problems with the attraction, the worst being capacity and use of film, I don't understand why so many on this site don't enjoy it. I find it impressive and wonderful fun, much more fun than most attractions at WDW. (goodness, I actually mean that)
There are a lot of "relaxing" rides at Disney, and that's only because they're old and can be a little boring. When you're on Soarin', you're really getting a nice, pleasant, break from all the madness of Disney World.I agree. I enjoy it a lot. But it's not in FJ's or Spidey's league. That said, an attraction doesn't need to be great to be fun.