A New Tomorrowland for Disneyland & The Magic Kingdom
With D23 just days away many podcasts include ours have all called out the need for a new Tomorrowland–particularly at Disneyland, where it has idled poorly over the years. Since Disney desires new and revised attractions to be linked to intellectual properties they own, we first visit what those options are and their suitability for being in the parks. We also look at the overarching direction of the park–should it move in a manner suitable for animated light hearted fare or for adventure? Then we visit each themed land at both the Magic Kingdom and at Disneyland to discuss how attractions, and other offerings could be fitted out differently. We promise you that new ideas will be shared that haven’t been presented elsewhere. So join us as we imagine a new Tomorrowland for Disneyland and Walt Disney World!
- Toy Story (1995) (Light Hearted)
- Atlantis (2001) (Action)
- Treasure Planet (2002) (Action)
- Lilo & Stitch (2002) (Light Hearted)
- Incredibles (2004) (Action)
- Meet the Robinsons (2007) (Light Hearted)
- WallE (2008) (Action)
- Tron (2010) (Action)
- Wreck It Ralph (2012) (Light Hearted)
- Big Hero Six (2014) (Light Hearted)
- Tomorrowland (2015) (Action)
- Lightyear (2022) (Action)
- Alien (Action)
- Independence Day (Action)
- The Martian (Action)
- Hidden Figures (Drama)
- The Right Stuff (Drama)
Future SEA: Society of Adventurers and Explorers of the Future
Walt Disney World
- Walt Disney World Speedway: Turn into an Aquatopia Style of Attraction
- PeopleMover: Create Refinements
- Carousel of Progress: Create Refinements or Do Something Progressive with Incredibles or WallE
- Stitch’s Great Escape: Wreck It Ralph, but with a Futuristic Game Setting or Stitch Encounter Interaction with Animatronic or a Return to Alien Extraterrorestrial Encounter
- Monster’s Laugh Floor: Big Hero Six Interaction or WallE Simulator Nemo & Friends Sea Rider/StormRider Attraction Style Experience or a Incredibles Dark Ride
- Buzz Lightyear: Update with Refinements to Show & Ride Vehicle or Big Hero Six Spiderman Style Experience
- Tomorrowland Terrace: Steampunk crossover to Tomorrowland or remain a Tomorrowland experience? Make it indoors or outdoors or both?
- Space Mountain: Keep as Is but Revised like Tokyo.
- PeopleMover: Returned and Refurbished with a Big Hero Style Set of Moments
- AstroOrbiter: Leave in place
- Center Piece: Create an Aerial View Platform with Light Show on Top
- Carousel Theater: Go back to a Carousel theater, or level and create some carnival-style attraction in its place themed to Incredibles or WallE
- Buzz Lightyear: Same as Walt Disney World
- StarTours: Keep as is.
- Tomorrowland Theater: Big Hero Style Show (Add to Epcot) or Make Live Theater Again and Utilize Fantasyland Theater Space Differently
- Monorail: Same
- Finding Nemo Submarine: Same
- Autopia: Improved Cars
- Space Mountain: Keep as Is but Revised like Tokyo
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