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  1. Here's some concept art that I found online of the refurbishment. There's some drawings from The new Cars Land, and some pictures of the Little Mermaid dark ride, and the new seating area for the "World of Color". Also I think that Disney is giving Derek his own place for the park, ( The Beer Garden). I hope you enjoy the pics!



    Overview of The Little Mermaid.


    The Little Fish. . . er . . . Mermaid.


    Preview Center. This looks kinda meh. . . . I think they could do better.


    Designs for the new "Partners Statue'.


    Goofy's Flight School. This is the redone mulholland madness, and it looks good!


    Second Redesigned boardwalk game.


    First redesigned boardwalk game.


    Here you go Derek, The Beer Garden. This will be placed where Pizza Oom Mow Mow and Burger Invasion now stand.


    New facade for the Sun wheel. This looks waaaaaay better than the Small World wannabe sun facade.


    Ok we all know what this picture is. . . now we just have to wait for it to debut. . . . June 16th . . . . . .


    Mater's Towing ride. I wonder what this could end up to be. I hope it's not a cheap flat ride like the Ladybug boogie in Bug's Land.


    Luigi's Saucers. This looks really similar to a ride Disney put out a while back, but didn't work right. . . .


    Pic of where Carsland will be placed.


    On to Cars Land. Heres an overview.


    here's the route of the Trolleys.



    On to the Red Trolleys. These will be not only transporting guests to the end of the "Main Street" but also to the front of the Tower of Terror.


    . . .


    The Hub.


    Model of the New Entrance.


    The New Entrance. This looks really similar to the Entrance of Hollywood Studios.

  2. Hey, I was searching online and found more concept drawings for the refurb on California Adventure. Some you have seen before, but there is alot that are new. Enjoy!



    The Little Mermaid (Outside). Looks decent.


    Sun Wheel rethemed. This looks much better than that sun face they have out there now.


    Preview center looks ok. They could do better.


    For all those ACR's out there who love to drink . . . . I now present to you, the Beer Garden!


    As we already knew about. Toy Stroy Mania!


    Redesigned game #2.


    Redesigned Boardwalk game #1.


    New showing area for the "World Of Color"





    Radiator Springs Racers. Similar to Test Track.


    This looks interesting. . . . Is it going to be a teacup sort of ride?


    Drawing for a ride themed after tires. This looks somewhat like the old flying saucers in Tomorrowland. Let's hope these work better.


    Overview of Cars land




    Concept Design for "Goofy's Flight Skool"


    Trolley Route



    The red trolleys. These will be going from the entrance, all the way to in front of the Tower of Terror.


    Concept drawings of the new Partners statue.


    Cathay Circle Theatre. and hub.


    The Hub


    The model of the new entrance.


    Let's start off with the new entrance. It looks relatively similar to the Hollywood Studios Entrance. . . .

  3. Eric, I agree with you. Nightmare Before Christmas 3-D was great. The new movies are going to be really neat. I am especially looking foreward to Cars 2, and Toy Story 3. I had a feeling that they were going to make a third, but I didn't think about a story line. I hope they choose to have the clear 3-D glasses instead of the red and blue.

  4. I found this online, some of these movies sound decent. Hope you enjoy!



    NEW YORK (AP) -- The Walt Disney Co. said Tuesday its Pixar animation studio is committing to 3-D and will release all of its movies in the format beginning with "Up" next year.


    Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter made the announcement in New York at a presentation of Disney's upcoming lineup of animated movies through 2012.


    He said Walt Disney Animation Studios will offer "The Princess and the Frog," a musical set in New Orleans, in the traditional hand-drawn format for release for Christmas 2009.


    Meanwhile, Pixar movies will be released in 3-D and the traditional two-dimensional format, beginning in May 2009 with "Up," about an elderly widower who embarks on a South American adventure.


    Lasseter said he has been inspired by three-dimensional photography for decades.


    "I love 3-D. I made a 3-D computer-animated short in 1989 called 'Nickname,' and in fact my wedding pictures with my beautiful wife Nancy were made in 3-D," he said.


    The lineup from Walt Disney Animation Studios also includes the November release of "Bolt," the story of an actor dog who believes he has super powers; "Rapunzel," a retelling of the fairy tale set for release for Christmas 2010; and the modern-day fantasy "King of the Elves," set for release for Christmas 2012. Those films will be released in both 3-D and two-dimensional formats.


    Pixar's upcoming releases include "Toy Story 3" in June 2010; "newt," a love story involving the last two blue-footed newts alive, set for the summer 2011; the Scottish fantasy "The Bear and the Bow" for Christmas 2011; and "Cars 2" in the summer of 2012.


    Pixar also plans to rerelease the original "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" in the 3-D format.


    During its lengthy presentation, Disney also showed a 30-minute clip of "Wall-E," set for release June 27. It tells a love story between the title character, a robot left alone on Earth for 700 years, and another robot named Eve sent to look for life.


    "The population had to abandon Earth for a while, and they left little Wall-E there to clean it up," said Richard Cook, chairman of The Walt Disney Studios.


    The only clue creators gave for the upcoming "Toy Story 3" tale was that Andy, the boy who owned the toys, has grown up and is about to head off to college.


    "Wall-E" is the first Pixar release since last summer's "Ratatouille," which grossed more than $620 million at the worldwide box office.


    "Ratatouille" was the last publicly disclosed Pixar picture in development before Disney's acquisition of Pixar Animation Studios in May 2006 for $7.5 billion in stock.


    The acquisition put Lasseter as the creative head at both Disney and Pixar studios and revamped the way Disney made animated films.


    Lasseter was the director of the first two "Toy Story" hits and a former Disney animator.


    In "Up," 78-year-old Carl Fredricksen (voiced by Ed Asner) puts balloons on his house to fly to South America to fulfill a promise to his late wife to live in paradise.


    "We start with unusual premises," said Ed Catmull, Pixar co-founder and president of Pixar and Disney's animated studios. "We go down a path where we're initially always a little scared because we're doing something brand new. It's challenging, but out of that challenge comes the new and the interesting."


    Disney's commitment to 3-D also reflects a move away from Disney's traditional strength in hand-drawn films, but Catmull said some 600 hand animators remained at the studios.


    Disney also planned to release four computer-animated "Tinker Bell" movies straight to DVD and Blu-ray discs every year starting in October.


    In a deal announced last month, four studios -- Disney, News Corp.'s 20th Century Fox, Viacom Inc.'s Paramount, and Universal Pictures, which is owned by General Electric Co.'s NBC Universal -- agreed to help finance and equip 10,000 screens in the U.S. and Canada to accommodate 3-D movies.


    The conversion will cost as much as $700 million and take three years.


    Box office figures have shown that the enveloping feel of 3-D can attract two to three times more moviegoers who are willing to pay as much as $3 more per ticket, analysts said.


    Theater owners and studios hope the offerings will help bring people back to multiplexes for an experience that cannot be matched by increasingly sophisticated home theater systems. E-mail to a friend


    Copyright 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

  5. Ok , I have heard the confirmation that the "New" House of the Future will be arriving to the Disneyland Resort sometime in May, but where is it going? I got this airial shot from Google Earth, and I can't see where they are going to put it. If anyone can tell me where it's going that would be much appreciated!



  6. Snow in an otherwise tropical adventureland? Interesting.

    I had a little storyline that would help with the snow problem.

    Indiana is on yet another mission, this time to a subzero place where there is some idol that causes mass chaos. He gets trapped inside the cave where he found the idol, and has to take a rickety mine train out. This then follows by poachers (yes, I added a politictly correct terrorist in there) who want the idol for themselves. Poor storyline, but anything is possible with Disney.


  7. jarmor, here's some pictures of the current Tomorrowland. What do you think?

    I personally think that they need to coordinate their colors better. Autopia still has the burgundy and dark greens, while Space Mountain is back the the Original White. The rest is purples and blues. The new monorails are going to help. They need to put in the peoplemover again. Update Star Tours' film. Possibly where they have 3 separate films from the last 3 movies. They need to put in another fast ride, something similar to Test Track. Take out Innoventions, and have a ride on each level. Maybe the first level could be Mission Space, and the second, Stitch's Great Escape. Update the Train Station, and Take out Redd' Rockets' Pizza Port, and put in a better Restaraunt that is reservation only. Take out the Starcade, and put in something to do with Wall-E, and future movie developements.


    This is Innoventions, a place where you can play free disney videogames, and see a segway, but can't ride on one. >:(


    Here's where the peoplemover used to be. And currently there is nothing here. The Satalite dishes on top are a little show synchronized to music playing every 15 minutes or so.

  8. I for one actually want it back. I like the Chili Peppers, and Higher Ground on Space Mountain was Cool. They need to make it darker in there, but overall it wasn't that bad. The regular music sucks . But Screamin is better with the Peppers on it, and not the regular, sucky music. They need to keep the peppers on Screamin. They should add that to the to-do list of the new refurbishment.

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