Do you guys like the idea of putting both of the mazes in the same soundstage, or should they be placed as far apart as possible?
Also, I'm having a little trouble thinking of iconic locations from CITW that they would want in a maze. I'm assuming the scene with all of the glass cages (done with mirrors), and probably a hallway with elevators lining each wall with monsters popping out when the doors open, but apart from that it's a fairly standard cabin and an office building.
EDIT: Forgot about the scene with the two-way mirror, and the ending inside of the temple-ish room.
I would imagine the Cabin will be the entrance facade...they can probably do something with the cellar and a wooded area with the hick family. Maybe even take you around the world to all the various sacrifice rituals. Lots of possibilities.
^^I honestly don't think it would matter to the general guests. Half of the guests don't even understand why the houses that share a soundstage or tent have exits that merge into one collective exit and the amount of dumbfounded guests that ask "why didn't we come out of that exit?" is evidence to the fact.
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!
I'd say half the house would be cabin/woods scenes and then the 2nd half will be in the facility. They have already confirmed the last scene of the house will be something similar to the purge scene with a crapload of monsters everywhere.
My prediction for the next house to be revealed will be that it will also have Evil in the name.
I've heard people say they aren't announcing anything at SDCC, but why wouldn't they announce The Walking Dead Part 2 there this year? They've got a TWD panel with all of the stars, would make sense to me.
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