Haven't been able to find any information on this. If you could provide a link about the management changes I would appreciate it.I have to wonder if there may be a surprise or two coming in the announcements for the Six Flags parks on Thursday. There were a few shakeups in Six Flags management this week and over the past few months the majority shareholders of the company have changed. I expect we'll see some changes in strategy coming soon as well.
No. It's Justice League: Battle for Metropolis. A county permit specifically said Justice League. The only real doubt was whether or not this was the dark ride or if Six Flags is going to put in a roller coaster and just call it Justice League.Could this be the Walking Dead dark ride that was talked about a while ago? I'm not too familiar with The Walking Dead, but is it set ten years into the future? I know it was based in Georgia so a ride based on the series in Georgia would make sense.
Between DC and Looney Toons Six Flags looks more and more like a Warner Bros park. At one point Warner held a 50% stake in Six Flags but now owns none of it. Meanwhile, Six Flags has dropped most other IPs.Apparently Warner Brothers is really pushing the DC stuff hoping to emulate Disney's success with Marvel. They have been working with Six Flags to aggressively add more DC themed things to the parks. Look at how many of next year's additions are utilizing DC characters including Wonder Woman to capitalize on the new movie coming out.