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Postby EnglndPatriots6 » Wed Jul 08, 2009 12:50 pm

^^ thanks for clearing the contract issue up for me, I was fearing it would be removed before i got a chance to go back and ride it.

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Postby mcjaco » Wed Jul 08, 2009 12:52 pm

^ If you want to be a total Disney nerd, most of us use RnRC.

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Postby jjeerr » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:02 pm

For Rock'n, Aerosmith must love the 20,000+ people a day who go though that ride, and they get paid by Disney.

Studios really could use Star Tours 2.0, that park needs it much more then Disneyland. There is almost never a line for the ride at DHS, but it can easily fill the main line area in Disneyland.

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Postby EnglndPatriots6 » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:03 pm

^ I always use RNC or RNR, just shorter. But RnRC is correct lol.

Any one else got any news on the DHS situation?

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Postby Sir Clinksalot » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:10 pm

ECZenith wrote:I have also heard for quite a while now that Star Tours 2 will be presented in 3D, and also that filming has been going on for at least a month now. I heard a rumor a while back while my brother was still working at ST, that "debris" would crash through the roof of the cabin during one of the scenes. To me this sounds a lot like Tokyo's Storm Rider where I hear the effect is amazing! I hope this one's true. I am very excited to hear about the "every ride's different" idea, that is truly awesome!

Technically at Indiana Jones Adventure, there are thousands of different ride combinations that can be achieved through subtle changes in the show. Over the years some of the show effects have either dissapeared or just aren't as nice as they were in 1995 but anyone who rides Indy can clearly notice different vehicle movements depending on what EMV you ride in, different fire and Mara's eye laser effects, and different sayings at the end of the ride. What can I say? Lucas and WDI are a match made in heaven!

With Star Tours getting all the attention, I think we're forgetting it's IJA's 15th anniversary next year. Hopefully some upgrades will be in store... ;)


Honestly, I never felt any different ride experience on Indy except the 3 different paths in the tunnel. Well, same path, different lighting and different door.

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Postby The Disneylander » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:39 pm

EnglndPatriots6 wrote:
^ RNC stands for Rock N' Rollercoaster


I was joking. ;)

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Postby ECZenith » Wed Jul 08, 2009 8:43 pm

^^ Each EMV has a slightly different program so bigger bumps and dips are felt in different places. There used to be a LOT more differences in the audio, with Indy saying different things at the beggining and end of the ride. Mara also shoots different sets of lasers at the vehicles as they cross the bridge, sometimes 3, but up to 6 "fires". No HUGE differences but enough to where you notice if you ride everyday I suppose.
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Postby Top Thrill Dragster » Sat Sep 12, 2009 2:04 pm

Its Official



Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Jay Rasulo detailed plans for future lands, attractions and adventures that will be delighting Disney guests for years to come, at the first D23 Expo. Most notable among the announcements were the confirmation of an all-new Star Tours attraction and the largest expansion in the history of the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.

"Storytelling is the DNA of Disney dreams and we're always exploring new ways to tell new stories in new places," Rasulo told a crowd at the Anaheim Convention Center in California before taking them on a "behind-the-magic" tour of their favorite Disney destinations.

Rasulo announced that a new 3-D version of the tremendously-popular "Star Tours" attraction will debut at the Disneyland Resort and Disney's Hollywood Studios in 2011. Based on the iconic Lucasfilm "Star Wars" films, the attraction will include immersive new elements that will take guests to many familiar places in the Star Wars galaxy.


For Walt Disney World in Florida, Rasulo outlined plans for the largest expansion in the history of the Magic Kingdom, vastly increasing the size of Fantasyland by 2013. Guests will soon be able to:

* Visit their favorite Disney Princess in her castle, cottage, or chateau to share a dance with Cinderella; celebrate Sleeping Beauty's birthday with the Good Fairies; or join Belle in an enchanting story performance in the Beast's castle library.
* Be Our Guest and dine in one of three enchanted rooms inside the Beast's castle.
* Fly with Dumbo high above brand new circus grounds, twice the size of the existing attraction with a new interactive, three-ring circus tent.
* Journey under the sea with Ariel, The Little Mermaid, in her very own attraction - also opening at Disney's California Adventure in Anaheim in 2011.
* Meet Tinker Bell and her friends in the magical world of Pixie Hollow.

Rasulo provided updates on the multi-year expansion of Disney's California Adventure including the new "World of Color" attraction slated to open in the spring of 2010 and the addition of the 12-acre Cars Land scheduled to open in 2012 where guests will literally step into the town of Radiator Springs and its six acres of hand-carved rockwork.

Rasulo noted the progress of several other recently-announced projects including the three new lands coming to Hong Kong Disneyland by 2014; the Disney Dream, the new ship being built by Disney Cruise Line; the many diverse itineraries being offered by Adventures by Disney that take guests on 19 unique, once-in-a-lifetime guided vacation experiences; and Disney's first family destination resort on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.

Rasulo's keynote presentation was only part of the D23 EXPO experience. Guests were able to discover:

* Never-before-seen models of upcoming Disney attractions.
* Up close and personal visits with Lucky the Dinosaur and Wall-E.
* A preview of the most advanced Audio-Animatronics figures ever created by Walt Disney Imagineering.
* Displays showcasing cutting-edge effects technologies that are being developed for Disney attractions, shows and venues.

ABOUT WALT DISNEY PARKS AND RESORTS

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts are where families experience and enjoy the magic of Disney's beloved characters and where dreams come true. More than 50 years ago, Walt Disney created a new kind of entertainment families could experience together, immersed in detailed atmospheres and vibrant storytelling. His vision now includes a collection of five of the world's leading family vacation destinations - Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, Calif.; Walt Disney World Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.; Tokyo Disney Resort, Urayasu, Chiba, Japan; Disneyland Resort Paris, Marne-la-Vallée, France; and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, located on Lantau Island. In addition, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts includes the world-class Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club, with nine resorts and more than 400,000 members; Adventures by Disney, a guided group vacation experience to some of the world's most popular destinations; the World of Disney stores; and Walt Disney Imagineering, which creates and designs all Disney parks, resorts and attractions.
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Postby the ghost » Sat Sep 12, 2009 2:51 pm

YAY!!!

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Postby jkwan » Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:09 pm

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