- Oct 31, 2017
Can’t wait. I live in Orlando so I’m definitely going to be there day one even if it means waking up at 3am.
Planning to go-to Disneyland with the kids before star wars land opens - won't be back for another year or 2 after.
People are gonna have to book their fast passes the first moment they get.
Which is really needed. Was there this past summer and Hollywood Studios just felt empty compared to the other parks. Which was a shame because I love the themes and loved it back when it was still MGM studios.
They would just kick poor people out and make the whole state like Celebration, Disney's vision of American Dream.
Needlessly inflammatory remark aside, the "city" WDW is located in is owned and run by Disney. They have remarkable autonomy.
And it’s not like waiting a year will make it any better seeing as how Marvel Land* opens next summer.
If it’s like other simulators in other parks they do do stuff. But even if mom doesn’t do her part you’re not going to game over and get sent to the losers exit.
I had a Disneyland season pass ten years ago and it cost $100. I just looked and the cheapest one today is $369.
That's for Galaxy's Edge, the land in Hollywood Studios. The hotel at this point is known only as project H and is nothing more than a couple pieces of concept art and some early construction permits.
Used to be a passholder but in the last 5 years, they've raised the price twice already, no more. Can't justify the cost and the experience really has gotten worse for us. Despite price increases, the parks just feel more and more congested each year and the fun is dying.
Thank goodness for vape-pens. My son will be visiting Disney for the first time in 1.5 years. I'm very much looking forward to it. Over Halloween, a friend went and dropped acid. HE had a good time, but I'd either be freaked out or murdered by my wife if I attempted that.
They need a third gate so damn badly. Somehow, somewhere, they need to figure it out. Ticket prices just wont stop people until the prices reach a point when the parks become an exclusive playground for the ultra rich.Whew, the crowds have already been crazy these last few years. No real “off season” anymore for locals. I look forward to going but man, the crowds. They are seriously oppressive already. I’m afraid this will mean what it meant for Disneyland, which is a massive increase in ticket prices.
From what I understand screens are involved but it will be full of immersive environments with animatronics. Like, I think the AT-ATs you see in the video will be fully built and can move.Looks ambitious. I don't know if I'm actually interested in going, given the crowds.
Is Rise of the Resistance really just a "get in a cart and watch 3D videos of stuff" attraction? I can't see myself waiting in line for something like that. I thought they were going to be more ambitious with the rides here.
Oh no :(There is!
I've never been to Disney in Orlando but this is pushing me and a group of friends to going next December...lol