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Disney Black Panther Theme Park Now that the dust has settled a little bit and Marvel gets ready for another record-breaking film, Avengers: While we wait for the next big thing, you can get a little piece of Wakanda right now when you visit Disneyland. When we planned our annual spring break trip, going to Disney in California was put at the top of the bucket list. On an early Friday morning, we packed up the Kia Sedona such a fun, modern mini-van for the whole family and made our way to Disneyland.
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The hours have typically been between When we went, our wait was about an hour. While we waited in line, we played games, talked to people around us, and one of the women from the Dora Milaje walked around.
Plus, she was funny. Two of our boys were sitting on the rails, and she told them to get down. They moved like their butts were on fire, Derrick and I stood there cracking up laughing. She could tell that he was something else. But seriously, how can I get one of the Dora Milaje to come home with me? You will hear familiar music from the movie playing as well. It was pretty cool and gave me all the chills! Inside is Black Panther and the Dora Milaje. You will also get a chance to see vibranium up close, as well as some of the other paraphernalia used in the movie.
While in line you will also receive a Black Panther activity booklet. In it, are fun facts about the movie, the Black Superhero, Wakanda, as well as activities kids can do while waiting in line.Heartwarming GASTON Meet n Greet Disney World Magic Kingdom July 2015
My boys are over being excited about seeing characters, but Black Panther was the exception. The result is that dozens of Imagineers who were working on Star Wars and other plans for Anaheim have now been told to stop their work and are reassigned to work on Shanghai Disneyland and its conveniently separate budget for at least the next 90 days.
Luckily, there are still some key attractions for Shanghai that are behind schedule in Imagineering and could use the extra help, like the Steve Davison produced musical boat ride through the massive Fantasyland Castle there. This is a big deal folks. While individual projects at WDI have had their budgets put on hold in the past, sometimes never recovering, this is different. The concept of stopping all work on all projects for all existing theme parks, except for the Oriental Land Company owned Tokyo property and Shanghai Disneyland, is a rare wide-reaching blow to WDI.
What follows is a status report on the various projects and rumored plans we have been telling you about for Anaheim over the last year. Star Wars in Tomorrowland — On Hold Originally the plan to add Star Wars to Tomorrowland was going to be divided into two phases; a first phase involving some placemaking and a replacement for Captain EO to be finished prior to the 60th Anniversary, and a second phase kicking off in late The second phase included the Speeder Bike E Ticket ride, Ewok village and forest where Autopia currently is, a Millenium Falcon walk-thru where the PeopleMover platform is, tearing out the decaying PeopleMover tracks and moving the Astro Orbiter up on top of the Space Mountain concourse, and turning Tomorrowland Terrace into an interactive Tatooine Cantina restaurant show.
All of that is now on hold indefinitely.
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The existing Monsters Inc. A new restaurant was planned, and that entire section of the park was to be reskinned and extensively rebuilt. This one got cancelled outright rather than the hold status of Star Wars, as Cars Land looks like it can continue to headline a very profitable DCA for at least several more years.
The only thing still a go is the outdoor track replacement this January at Alice In Wonderland. But all of the show upgrades once planned for Alice, like the impressive new Queen of Hearts animatronic with the digitally rear projected face, are now on hold. The Little Mermaid Re-Imagineering — On Hold This was the concept to fix the big Under The Sea room in this Omnimover ride with new lighting and less obtrusive infrastructure for the ceiling-mounted mechanics.
New projection effects, tweaked animatronics, and reworked staging for several of the smaller scenes in this ride were also planned. A three week rehab was going to be needed, which particularly dooms this one because the Orlando team hates the idea of closing this ride in Magic Kingdom. This had to pencil out for installation in Anaheim only inwith Orlando not willing to commit, which makes it iffy if this plan will be reborn.
Just seven weeks ago the TDA executives were upbeat and planning for a big party in The Fantasyland dark ride project was also going to be included in the 60th from a marketing standpoint, but that money was coming from a separate budget. But everything for the 60th is on hold now. With nothing new of any substance, the 60th Anniversary might devolve into a few sparse decorations, Twitter meet-ups from the chirpy Social Media group, and 60th logo t-shirts for sale in The Emporium.
This full-stop from Burbank has taken lots of folks in TDA by surprise. Most notably, the Submarine Voyage just showed up on the latest refurbishment calendar for Disneyland.
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The Submarine Voyage was already slated to close in January as a cost-saving measure, in advance of work beginning on the Ewok village and Speeder Bike course above. The subs are currently showing up on internal planning calendars as being closed for refurbishment from January 4th to September 26th, But that plan to close the subs had been approved by TDA last month when they were working under the timeline that had Star Wars being announced before the holidays.
The submarines themselves are in dire need of repair, mainly due to their electric propulsion system and the batteries that power them.
When the submarines were brought back in for the Finding Nemo voyage, the old diesel engines were scrapped in favor of new electric drive motors powered by batteries that are charged underwater via a type of linear-induction system. This made the submarines cleaner and earned the Resort smog credits with the Southern California Air Quality Management District, which allows Disneyland to perform many more fireworks shows per year than they normally would.