I love parks that give you a "full day experience" and with "Pandora" and "Rivers of Light" Animal Kingdom will finally become that kind of park. The combination of real vegetation with artificial themeing is very innovative, it must have been super difficult for the imageneers to pull that off. I am so looking forward to see all of this for myself.
I'm going to Florida again this November, and taking the kids, but wasn't planning on hitting up any Disney parks this time around. However, if I WAS going to do one park, it was already going to be Animal Kingdom, just because of how much I love Expedition Everest ( ), and the fact that I think the kids would enjoy the animals there. With how awesome this Pandora addition looks though, I am definitely thinking more and more about trying to work Animal Kingdom into the trip for sure! Thanks again for the preview!
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WOW! I'm almost speechless, this is just on a whole other level from anything I've seen before! This will without doubt be a HUGE hit for Disney and Animal Kingdom, and it will be very interesting to see how much their attendance numbers will increase with this addition.
robbalvey wrote:Imagineers explain that this land is "not based on the story of the film of Avatar, but on the overall world of Pandora
I'm very happy they went with this direction! The world of Pandora is amazing, but I wasn't a huge fan of the storyline in the movie...
That's an amazing report TPR. I'm glad you guys got a sneak preview. I was always confused as to why they would base an entire area on a theming from one movie (yes four sequels are in the works) but now we know why. It also helps like you said Robb because you don't really need to know the story to enjoy it. Harry Potter had seven books then eight movies based on those books which puts people at a disadvantage. I love that you took time to detail the food offerings as well. It looks like they've got some amazing new choices that I can actually get a Coke Zero (tm) to wash it down with. One question for you. Did they mention if they could add a ride or attraction once the sequels come out? Oh and from now on I'll only be able to see the monkey instead of the mountains!
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I think you just inspired us to make another trip down there this summer. Typically, we go to Disney for a week at a time and maybe spend half a day at Animal kingdom durring that week. This new addition in my opinion, now makes it a full day or more park.
Wow, I mean I was pretty optimistic about this project from the beginning but this whole thing just looks insane. The detail in the Flight of Passage que is stunning, I can't wait to check this all out.
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