Discussion in 'Universal Studios Florida' started by Jwhee, Nov 22, 2015.
Can somebody summarize what that discussion is for those of us who aren't members of that group?
Simple version a bunch of people saying it’s not relevant, why isn’t it HTTYD, it’s not Bourne because Universal hasn’t said anything, and repeat.
Not to get too far off-topic, but that group is full of some very un-aware people and some very self-aware people. It lends itself to some fantastic comedy.
I opted out on that group. Just have to wonder why people don't get the best info they can.
Got it. @Scott W.'s comment about F&F was throwing me off a bit, so I was concerned somebody with actual, inside knowledge in that group was stating the attractions were somehow going to be similarly bad.
I love the Power Rangers idea, and i get why it isn't realistic. At the same time I'm going to throw some more stuff on it.
I don't think you would need to change suits every few years, because you don't need to always have the current PR team represented. They could just stick with the team that is there when launched, or they could even make a brand new team for it.
About the popularity argument: PR is a big IP with a huge fan following, of course it is no Potter or Star Wars, but it is still a well known IP. And they have been having a big push recently, on comics and with the movie.
It might be fun to throw the Power Rangers idea on the Blue Sky Thread to discuss about how it could work on a theme park(even tho i don't think it's likely, that's what a Blue Sky thread is for).
Now if it's anything less than a Planet of the Apes Musical, I'm going to be let down.
Thanks a lot @Scott W.
I am voting for a The Today Show Musical/Stunt show.
You stole my joke
I didn't make the joke, I voted for it.
Feel weird posting Alicia’s tweets here but maybe something happening.
It’s fine. I’m usually too busy while I’m at the parks so I appreciate it.
Got word of some type of rehearsals started yesterday.
Apologies if it’s been talked about before but are we expecting them to “overhaul” (using the term loosely) the front entrance once it gets closer to showtime?
Not having any inside knowledge, I'd be very surprised if anything significant were to change about the entrance or the facade, other than an attraction marquee/sign of some sort.
Yeah, I was wondering the same...and was trying to think back to before T2:3D opened, how that corner looked and if they changed it substantially from the facade it already was....would have been around 1996-ish.
How long do they usually rehearse things before opening a show?
Looks very different. This was a purpose built Cyberdyne facade
It was shocking at first when they built it. Modern deco structure in the middle of classic 1930s Hollywood.
I have to wonder then, may they do some repainting to that facade to make it match more with the Hollywood area? Or would they want to keep it, due to elements that may relate with the show itself?
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