I'm aware. My point still stands. No one is going to stop going because they can't take a pic inside a maze anymore - and even if there is that chance that someone does, the impact would be extremely nominal.Different coasts. Different folks. This is Hollywood. It's Instagram or die. Look at the recently closed pop-up exhibit at Downtown Disney.
They make sure you know phones are away before you enter the house. If anyone takes it out during the maze, scare actors or ops are pretty on top of it and they are stopped quickly.How do they enforce it? Is it like, a hard and fast rule where they won’t even let you in if you have something that can take photos or video, or if they see people doing it, they just ask them to stop? I imagine that it would be hard to enforce in the actual mazes without having to disrupt the experience. The mazes are where the majority of people are taking photos, at least in LA, which I think takes the Instagram stuff way, way more seriously than Orlando. If Hollywood outright banned phones, people would riot lol