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Toy Story Live: The Musical and Finding Nemo: The Musical?


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  • Toy Story Live: The Musical and Finding Nemo: The Musical?

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    Mind you, given this week's reports of 4-hour-long lines for Disneyland's "Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage" and 2-hour-long lines for WDS's "Crush's Coaster," the paying public is clearly interested in the characters from this Andrew Stanton film. Which is why discussions are now moving forward about possibly converting DCA's "Mulholland Madness" into a stateside version of WDS's wildly popular new coaster as well as replacing that theme park's "Aladdin -- A Musical Spectacular" with DAK's "Finding Nemo -- The Musical." So the "Nemo" -ization of the Disney parks may not be over yet, folks.
    And then there's the "Toy Story Mania" attractions that will be opening at Disney-MGM & DCA next year, plus the "Toy Story Live" musical that's supposed to open at Disneyland & the "Monsters, Inc" -themed interactive ride that goes on line at Tokyo Disneyland in 2009. Not to mention the "Carland" ride that will start rolling through California Adventure in 2010. And that "Incredibles" -inspired "E" Ticket that may be going into WDW's Magic Kingdom in the next few years. On top of that is the"Woody's Round-Up" redo that's being considered for Disneyland's Big Thunder Ranch area ...

    My question is have you everv heard these rumors?
    "Walt Disney World may have more than Disneyland, but Disneyland has quality, and quality triumphs over quantity" -DL_CRAZE

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    Re: Toy Story Live: The Musical and Finding Nemo: The Musical?

    Meh. I wish people would give up on reading jimhillmedia. I used to read that site, and then after realizing nearly all of what he publishes never actually happens, I gave up.

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