I would counter this argument with the fact that every IP in Kidzone save Fievel has remained relevant in Brazil/Latin/South America, which is arguably a big factor in why the IPS were never overlaid for so long.I wish those lists had breakdowns by country, so we can see US numbers. No doubt things like Pokemon are huge in Japan, but anyone who tried to sell an Anpanman land since it's the 6th biggest franchise would probably be fired on the spot. I have trouble believing Pokemon is bigger than Mario in the US. Not saying it's still not a big deal, but it does not have the cultural relevance here that many of the other IP's on that list do. At the end of the day the US parks might be international destinations, but they are mainly going to cater to US customers.
Yes. Cause everyone that was plugged in said it was literally paused and they are taking a wait and see approach to the pandemic before making any decisions.Can you really blame them though? Think about what the industry has had to go through in the last twelve months.
Watch for a news story on WESH 2 today. I just drove past the EU site and they were setup in the median of Destination Parkway by the construction entrance.
Given that it's 15 - 20 minutes away on a good day, I wouldn't count on this doing anything other that driving it into further obscurity.I kept the faith. This is earlier than I expected them to do so though. Maybe they'll be working on a slower time table. Glad to hear it. It's going to be such a major shake up in the Orlando market.
I really hope this will reactivate the forgotten side of 192 ultimately.