Jew Posted January 14, 2014 Share Posted January 14, 2014 Also, in regards to the property limits, they own a crap load of land, space isn't an issue. Again, USH is a studio first, theme park second. The expansion of Harry Potter is happening on land that was once used as a non-studio space (the Gibson theatre). They won't move into their open space because they use all of the available room for filming. Yeah, they have the land but they chose to dedicate it to the more lucrative business. Filming multiple movies from multiple studios (they rent to Disney, Warner, Paramount, Fox, etc) is MUCH more profitable than building a new ride or two. The theme park business is the second most profitable division of the company (behind the cable division), and Comcast has made it very clear they intend to keep investing in the parks, so I would never say never... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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