And I thought Cars Land and the Wizarding World were immersive. This is an order of magnitude beyond that.
Disney might need to hire a few more accountants with all the money they'll be making on that merch.
Most of all, I'm excited to see this go into Florida. Disneyland is already a fantastic park, but DHS needed something huge, and it's got it on the way now. I used to think 7 days was the right length for a WDW vacation, but by 2020/2021, I may have to bump that up by one or two more.
DBJ wrote:So, it is revealed the opening dates is May 31, 2019 for Anaheim. But Rise of the Resistance is not going to be ready. Also, reservations required to access the land. Those are free though!
One of the main advertised attractions isn't going to be ready for the opening? That's... really weird, actually. I'd honestly rather Disney wait to open the land with both rides. Why open a land without the ride with the better capacity?
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