^If JK has to approve everything Universal builds with Harry Potter, then I can't imagine once Diagon Alley is in place she'll want two Olivanders'. There's plenty of shops that the current Olivander's can be retrofitted as, and still sell the wands - but the experience of your wand "selecting" you moves to the Studios.
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^Yeah, due to the insane popularity of it, it is a pretty safe bet that there will be two versions of Ollivander's after Phase II is complete.
One thing I am curious about is if they will eventually add the Ministry of Magic into the new London section. That could be potential for another dark ride if there is room in the expansion. In order to get into it, everyone has to be flushed down the toilet to hold true to the book.
Last edited by ernierocker on Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:40 am.
The train could easily be doable from a crowd aspect. Have tickets for your train, and multiple loading rooms for different train times. It would be similar to the large groups at Sinbad.
However, I think motion sickness would be the bigger issue. Enclosing people in a train, with fake motion all around them, could be a problem. it could be really cool, with a Dementer attack thrown in for good measure, but it could be a puke machine too.
If the footage if shot with long distances and nothing too close to the camera (like from the movie) then it shouldn't be an issue. And there's really no sever motion going on, just straight and level track mostly.
COASTER FREAK 11 wrote:They can build a train on the backstage road. The tracks would be like a street car, when the train isn't there, the road operates as normal. Just like a normal train crossing. Our world doesn't come to a stand still when a train crosses a road or we follow a street car down the street, and it wont here either (if this is the route they take).
Or maybe they'll just build a series of catapults and giant nets.
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