Posts Tagged: Theme Parks

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realgrumpycat:

Take Grumpy’s challenge at Bethe8thminer.com @waltdisneyworld #disneyside #disneyworld #wdw #rockyourdisneyside #minerswanted #newfantasyland

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Disneyland’s Indiana Jones Adventure: The Temple of the Forbidden Eye (1993-present)

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420doorcinemaclub:

when my family went to disney world we went on the haunted mansion ride and this actor dressed as a skeleton came up to our cart and got right in my three year old brothers face and whispered “are you scared?” and my brother kissed him on the nose and the guy laughed so hard he had to leave

i sigh so much when i see this because there isn’t live actors on this ride. why do people make posts up for notes.

Whaaaaat? You mean those mirrors at the end aren’t real ghosts??? What have I been beating up this entire time?

I KNOW. i was so shocked that disney too lazy to hire ACTUAL GHOSTS. unbelievable.

This is just unacceptable. I think we need to start a petition.

Thank god someone realizes that this post is fake. I roll my eyes out of my head every time I see it.

So i reblogged this post before in my “how do you snopes” tag because Haunted Mansion is, indeed, all animatronics. However, I was speaking with an Imagineer recently who said that a couple of years ago — I believe at Disneyland and not Disney World— they did try an update where they added actors (with the suits of armor). However it was very shortly lived (months or even weeks) because it was deemed too scary (actors banging on the buggies and such) and didn’t really fit the attraction.

So this isn’t entirely implausible (although, iirc, wrong park still for the OP).

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comedycentral:

Watch tonight’s new @midnight to find out which of these #BadThemeParks is the most magical tweet on Earth!

I would build Daliwood.

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Why Lions Gate Really Needs Katniss to Survive in a Theme Park

I honestly had to read that title twice to understand they were saying they need the franchise to live on, not that they wanted to “keep Katniss alive within the Games” as a theme park. (But they would/will if they built the park anyway, I all but guarantee it.) 

BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE

Execution, however, could be difficult. Building a great roller coaster takes a different skill set than creating something thrilling for the cinema. Disney, it should be noted, is a resort company first and a moviemaker second. In the past five years, it collected 30 percent of its revenue in its parks vs. 15 percent via its film studio. The parks were more profitable, too, with an operating margin of 14 percent vs. 12 percent in the movie division.

Of course, the real money is in merchandise. Disney realizes a 22 percent profit margin on its consumer products. As Lions Gate looks at theme parks, the lesson is clear: Go heavy on theHunger Gamesgift shops.

Hear that, kids? It’s all about them gift shops. I’ll just let you ruminate on that for a moment.

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someone’s building an actual Krusty Krab less than 6 miles from where i live

no really, it’s in construction

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it’s coming along nicely

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they put up the flags

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WHERE IS THIS HOW DO I GO HERE

holy shit. tell me everything. this is clearly not a park property which means it has the potential to be the salvation of seafood fastfood everywhere

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gothiccharmschool:

Words from my spiritual home.

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GOD DAMN, UNIVERSAL

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