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  • WB owns "It" so Magic Mtn step up with a great Halloween "It" maze!

    I was informed on another thread that WB owns "It,"
    so how about if Magic Mountain starts to really compete with Knott's Scary Farm
    & and U's Halloween Horror Nights with an "It" maze?

    AND (this one is a command, not a request), start building your second dark ride
    with a ride-through "It" Haunted House to open in 2019 or 2020,
    with two live actors playing Pennywise.
    This could be open year-round like Universal's "Waking Dead" attraction,
    which is plussed with more actors at Halloween Horror Nights.

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    Originally posted by jcruise86 View Post
    I was informed on another thread that WB owns "It,"
    so how about if Magic Mountain starts to really compete with Knott's Scary Farm
    & and U's Halloween Horror Nights with an "It" maze?

    AND (this one is a command, not a request), start building your second dark ride
    with a ride-through "It" Haunted House to open in 2019 or 2020,
    with two live actors playing Pennywise.
    This could be open year-round like Universal's "Waking Dead" attraction,
    which is plussed with more actors at Halloween Horror Nights.
    Jcruise86, we get it. You really want an "It" maze. Was it really necessary to start 3 threads in the sections of 3 different parks?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jcruise86 View Post

      Jcruise86, we get it. You really want an "It" maze. Was it really necessary to start 3 threads in the sections of 3 different parks?
      Dear voice in my head--no not YOU, the one who wrote the post above.
      YES, it was necessary! Nothing great or terrifying is accomplished without enthusiasm.

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      • #4
        So far, the only WB + Six Flags collaboration present inside MM is DC, and Six Flags focuses on the animated characters, not the live Action DCEU ones. They did do the maze last year to help promote Suicide Squad, but that could have just been a one off.

        Do we know how strong Warner and Six Flag's partnership is beyond that?

        Six Flags also HATES paying to license IP- Remember when that train park was Thomas the Tank Engine, and Apocalypse was Terminator Salvation?

        It'd be cool to have an IT walkthrough maze, just not sure how realistic it is.

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