It's going to be laid out differently than that from Osaka or even Orlando's.Looking at this satellite image from Themeparkx, I believe it will fit nice and snug into the current construction spot.
You mean more sound stages could/should be torn down?It's going to be laid out differently than that from Osaka or even Orlando's.
To bring this up, I'm almost wondering if there's going to be some shuttering in the next few months, in favor for UCW to go full on ballistic in construction speed for this project.
It is somewhat a matter of opinion but e-tickets are generally attractions which are 'headliners' for a park, the best of the best in their field and an attendance draw.^^^ For the uninitiated, an e-ticket ride is a legit attraction? So at USH e-ticket rides would be the Simpsons or Jurassic Park?
I'm keeping my fingers crossed that, after this first initial part of the land opens, they quickly add DK. Such a shame it got cut from this current iteration being built.Based on those leaked images of the Nintendo world model, I greatly wish we were getting DK. It’s the perfect attraction we seem to be missing from the park. It would also be the perfect extension of a jungle setting right next to JW.
I haven't gone through the whole thread, but do you have a link that shows what DK will be like?Yeah, DK really does look amazing; and I really hope that the success of SNW (as I am imagining it will be) will push those in the upper levels to move forward asap on Donkey Kong Country coming to Hollywood ASAP.
It truly looks like such a perfect encapsulation of what Retro/Rare had created with those characters.
If only Hollywood has more room, given it's half studio and half theme park unfortunately.Based on those leaked images of the Nintendo world model, I greatly wish we were getting DK. It’s the perfect attraction we seem to be missing from the park. It would also be the perfect extension of a jungle setting right next to JW.
Yeah, but there's a reason its' being built next to old soundstages while they construct new onesI mean, Hollywood is far more landlocked than either Japan or Orlando is. Unless they want to expand room into the golf course or tearing down more soundstages along the way.