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  • [Rumor] Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

    According to MTV, Disney is in high-level talks with Hasbro over acquiring the toy empire, which would add to the Disney Universe: GI Joe, My Little Pony, and Transformers.

    So what could this mean for Disneyland? I'd personally love to see a toy land somewhere in the park, including both Toy Story and original Hasbro characters.


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    Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

    Movie wise this is a good thing, Toy Story will be allowed more characters and may even lead to a new TV show spin off from Toy Story

    But Theme Park wise I don't see this effecting anything, Toy Story land is not that impressive or poplar over sea's so I dont see it making it's way to Disneyland
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      Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

      Originally posted by Chesire View Post
      According to MTV, Disney is in high-level talks with Hasbro over acquiring the toy empire, which would add to the Disney Universe: GI Joe, My Little Pony, and Transformers.

      So what could this mean for Disneyland? I'd personally love to see a toy land somewhere in the park, including both Toy Story and original Hasbro characters.

      **This isn't News, whoops! Could a mod. pretty please change this to rumor? Thanks!**
      Sorry, but no toy land please.
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      • #4
        Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

        Someone stole Mickey's black card and is going on a shopping spree!


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        • #5
          Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

          Magic: The Gathering land at Disneyland? Sweet, mix my two nerd-doms up and I'm set.

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          • #6
            Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

            I don't think I have seen anybody use MTV as an official news source before.

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            • #7
              Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

              Originally posted by mine,mine,mine View Post
              I don't think I have seen anybody use MTV as an official news source before.
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                Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

                I've heard about these talks before, it seems to come up now and then because they, Disney and Hasbro, both market to kids.
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                  Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

                  Originally posted by explodingboy View Post
                  Someone stole Mickey's black card and is going on a shopping spree!
                  Seriously! :P
                  For the love of Disney....:yea:

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                    Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

                    Who wouldn't want Princess Celestia at the meet & greet between Cinderella and Princess Leia?
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                    • #11
                      Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

                      So who would have the transformers theme park rights.....
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                      • #12
                        Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

                        Hopefully it won't mean anything to Disneyland. If it means more fuel for a third park (YAY! More heroes! Go Joe!). I do not want to see the Horse-drawn Streetcar pulled by pink or blue ponies.
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                          Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

                          Originally posted by mratigan View Post
                          So who would have the transformers theme park rights.....
                          USH has a transformer ride in parks around the world, so I'm sure they will retain the ride rights in the same manner just like they have Marvel rights in the eastern US.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

                            I'd like to see a bizarro version of Disneyland next door to Disneyland:

                            Main Street USA could be the New York City of Marvel.
                            Aventureland could be the world of Indiana Jones.
                            New Orleans Square could be the world of Transformers.
                            Critter Country could be the world of My Little Pony/Pound Puppies.
                            Frontierland could be the world of GI Joe.
                            Fantasyland could be the world of Dungeons & Dragons.
                            Toontown could be the world of Pixar.
                            Tomorrowland could be the world of Star Wars.














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                              Re: Disney in high-level talks to buy Hasbro; what could this mean for Disneyland?

                              Originally posted by mratigan View Post
                              So who would have the transformers theme park rights.....
                              I am pretty sure Universal has it covered.


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