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  • News L.A. greenlights Disney production facility

    L.A. County greenlights Disney production facility near Santa Clarita - latimes.com
    Last edited by OC2Epcot; 08-27-2013, 06:39 PM.
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    Kind of sad the ranch is getting developed.
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      Overall it seems like a small section of the total property, but as it has been, mostly open land with a few buildings and sets. This will bring full sound stages and offices. I wonder if they will try to hide them in a corner of the property.
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        Re: L.A. greenlights Disney production facility

        Originally posted by OC2Epcot View Post
        I wonder if they will try to hide them in a corner of the property.
        They will camouflage them by building them into a giant mountain range shaped like Cadillac tail fins.
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          Cool...too bad this was not open a few years ago...so I could have tried to get an internship or job there
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            Re: L.A. greenlights Disney production facility

            Disney's Burbank property has always been too small. The film incentive / Hollywood defection issues aside, this is a brilliant and high use of that property. Having a bunch of open space on their P&L, making pennies per acre, is a poor use of the land.

            Surprised they didn't do it before.

            Warner Bros. has always had a hate-hate relationship with their "ranch" because of logistics when working between the main studio and the second property, which is only blocks away from the main gate. They've updated the Warner Bros Ranch to be more self-sufficient, and I suspect Disney took a page from this playbook.

            Good choice.
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