Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Universal' started by OrlandoGuy, Dec 13, 2015.
It really comes down to quality over quantity.
For those thinking a 4th dry park isn't in the build out plan don't know much about the sordid history between Comcast and Disney.
Is universal planning to build a monorail too?
They have explored several different transportation options.
I think it comes down to profit more than anything. Disney knew what quality hypothetically looked like, but chose budget cuts because it didn't have faith that the investment would lead to greater profit.
Look at the current expansion at Disney, that's quality and quantity... It just took Potter (and a big anniversary) to light a fire under their asses.
My vote is for human slingshot. Just make sure there's a soft landing.
Quality and quantity... ;-)
Not all winners, I admit.
So the real question is we don’t know what’s going to happen next after Fantastic Worlds, hotels, city walk 2.0, restaurants, the question is will their be enough space left over for dry park 4 and water park 2. Also we don’t know what’s going into the left over land after phase 1. Question is what will dry park 4 have if it comes classic attractions is my guess.
Whatever it is i think it needs to be original, or an ip that lends itself to an entire park. They really have enough room to fit any single ip within their 3 parks.
Ok new rule. You are not allowed to ask about plans beyond the rumored FW park. At this point, we’re going in circles. Next post is an automatic ban for a month. No questions asked.
Sorry I stick with the topic anyways ok what attractions do you think we will see in the worlds at Fantastic Worlds that should be a good question.
Is there another place on the forum I can post hypothetical Universal water park ideas? Thank you!
Do bus lanes count as monorails?
Here would be the ideal place.
Those bus lanes look legit.
Disney throws everything at the wall to get their transportation in order, and it's needed badly. Six miles between parks... Everything is so spread out and burdensome to get from place to place at Disney. That's one huge thing I appreciate with Universal, one of the big reasons I purchase an annual pass to UO over Disney... and a trend that I hope continues into site b.
Ok gotcha. Thanks!
Could BTTF come to the new resort? Sure. but maybe not in ride form.
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Why not in ride form? How about a stunt show? It’s strange that gale and Zemeckis won’t just do a fourth movie. Unfortunately I read about the biopic starring Alec Baldwin playing John Deloreon got a terrible movie rating so that doesn’t help BTTF keeping the franchise alive in the media. We’re Zemeckis and Gale serious though when they said we won’t make anymore films until we are both dead. I’m assuming they are joking. I guess a new theme park ride wouldn’t draw in a lot of guests. A launched coaster like they planned before when they opened the simulator instead in the 90’s.
BTTF and JAWS are the Horizons of Universal
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