I saw a walk through, and I was just confused.There's no direct quote, but I can confidently say it was nowhere near the level of Universal's usual budgets. We're talking relatively cheap.
The attraction took about seven to eight months to build once the actual structure was built. Of course, any used space would need a month to two months for demo, so it would take about a year to do. It's Universal's decision if they want to take more capacity away from the park when Kidzone is already on the chopping block and F&F has been delayed. I think that the attraction could more than work in a soundstage. It's practically a show building just waiting to be used, can be erected very quickly and HHN has obviously proved that you can put an adequate entry on the walking path.
I think it's telling that on a forum full of, let's be honest, whackadoodle theme park fanatics , the vote is only 60-40 against. Maybe people aren't as sick of TWD as the loudest of us would make you think?
I look at it the other way. If the hardcore doesn't even want it.......I think it's telling that on a forum full of, let's be honest, whackadoodle theme park fanatics , the vote is only 60-40 against. Maybe people aren't as sick of TWD as the loudest of us would make you think?
That's the way I see it.i wonder if some of the reason for the permanent walking dead deal is a sort of advertisement for HHN. Show the people that normally wouldn't be there for HHN what they are missing and maybe entice them to come?
Yeah, they could put Walking Dead in the garbage dumpster behind Simpsons. That's a good fit.Does anyone know how much space the Hollywood version take up? Just wondering if there is an unused spot in the park this could go in without sacrificing another attraction or expansion space.