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  • What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

    Since "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" is officially closed at DCA, does anybody have an idea on what they should do with that building?


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    Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

    I could be wrong, but isn't a part of that building already being used as part of the Monsters Inc. ride?

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      Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

      Originally posted by TheRockr View Post
      Since "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" is officially closed at DCA, does anybody have an idea on what they should do with that building?
      Set it up for corporate and special events so that the Festival Arena at Disneyland can be freed up for either a show or future attraction.
      "If we cut the budget are you going to be the one standing at the exit explaining to guests why the ride they just rode is a piece of crap?" - - John Lasseter

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        Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

        Rockin Roller Coaster Starring the Red Hot Chilli Peppers
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          Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

          Isn't the huge food court building by the Hyperion theatre also being used for that type of thing.

          As for what to put into the old Millionaire building. Something NEW maybe. Or what if they used it for a seasonal space for Christmas and Halloween stuff.
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            Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

            Originally posted by jawnjarvis View Post
            Rockin Roller Coaster Starring the Red Hot Chilli Peppers
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              Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

              Sci-Fi drive in. Or something similar.

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                Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

                Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
                I could be wrong, but isn't a part of that building already being used as part of the Monsters Inc. ride?
                Sorry if I'm rude, but that building isn't part of the new Monsters Inc. ride. It's painted to blend in with the rest of the section, and the doors still remain.


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                  Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

                  Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
                  I could be wrong, but isn't a part of that building already being used as part of the Monsters Inc. ride?
                  They are very close together, but even backstage there is no connection between the Millionaire and Monster's buildings.
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                    Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

                    Good question. It's not the most ideal spot for an E-Ticket as it's pretty much stuck between Monsters Inc and Muppet Vision.

                    I think that whole area is kinda ugly to be honest. They need to do away with the "backlot" concept and spruce up all the architecture so it really feels like we're hanging out in a cool area.

                    I often thought that that area could be turned around into a mini-Monstropolis full of visual gags and fun photo opportunities. Imagine a "stalk" crosswalk sign on one corner. Imagine the Monsters Inc ride with an exterior that looks like the factory from the movie, etc etc.

                    But back to your question. Dang.. what could they do? Dick Tracy ride?


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                    • #11
                      Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

                      They could use that and come up with some kind of Soundstage-like attraction based on an ABC TV Show, or some kind of attraction using their popular Disney Channel Shows.


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                      • #12
                        Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

                        Before Monsters Inc. was built and opened, I always thought of combining the two buildings (Superstar Limo and Millionaire) into and updated version of the Great Movie ride at MGM in florida. Since Monsters Inc. opened, how 'bout a Pixar ride in the Millionaire building!? Don't know what Pixar Ride to put there, but name that back area "Pixar Studio Backlot" to help tie in the Hollywood theme. That way they can cram as many Pixar themed things in that area and at the same time still be "themed".

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                        • #13
                          Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

                          I say they should tear it down and used it to rebuild Tomorrowland.

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                            Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

                            I say, put in Mickey's Philharmagic from the Magic Kingdom in WDW. Of course Muppets, another 3D show, is right next door, so maybe it isn't the best idea. Anothe option would be to have Mickey replace Muppets entirely.

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                              Re: What to Do With that Old Millionaire Building at DCA...

                              Originally posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
                              I say, put in Mickey's Philharmagic from the Magic Kingdom in WDW. Of course Muppets, another 3D show, is right next door, so maybe it isn't the best idea. Anothe option would be to have Mickey replace Muppets entirely.

                              Hehe, not a bad idea, but that still leaves Millionaire without a good attraction.

                              I like the idea of the Sci-fi diner... but play Mickey Mouse cartoons instead. House of Mouse Diner or something.


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