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Local Name:
EPCOT Expansion
Budget:
2B
Announced:
15 Jul 2017
Construction Start:
Aug 2017
Opening:
2023
Location:
Area:
121 ha
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    Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind





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    Day time fountains in lagoon




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    Construction Update

    EPCOT Update: Construction Work Continues in Future World and World Showcase






    Source: Orlando Theme Park News - http://www.orlandoparksnews.com/2020/11/epcot-update-construction-work_10.html

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    Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind ride vehicles (via Zach Ridley / Instagram).
    Source: https://twitter.com/ScottGustin/status/1324405653679591425

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    I also think more attractions could add to it cause a lot of the fun there can be in spending money.
    We aren't we lucky than that EPCOT is receiving or already received the following things in the coming years:
    Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind
    Remy's Ratatouille Adventure
    New show in China, Canada, Land Pavillion and France
    Moana interactive waterplay area
    PLAY! Pavillion

  6. EPCOT seems to have the most futuristic themes of the Disney World parks yet it seems to also have a lot of outdated stuff.

    I feel like rebuilding an Horizons type of ride would do the park justice and maybe adding small rides over time to each of the countries. For example I saw somewhere an idea to have a boat ride in Canada and maybe ending on a little drop.

    I also think more attractions could add to it, because a lot of the fun there can be in spending money. When I went recently the food was great but there weren't any rides besides Test Track that I wanted to go on twice and that was cause we had a fast pass. Everyone I talked to seems to agree the old version of Test Track was better and the new one is kind of boring and lacks a plot besides showing off Chevrolet stuff. I did find the different countries to be well done and enjoyable going around but I wish there was more to do than spend money there and a handful of rides and shows.

    Also it seems kinda sad that Walt Disney had such big plans for EPCOT and now it's kind of a confused park. I wonder if anyone can boost EPCOT if someone got a plan together with Disney. It also is a question if Disney would want to overhaul it besides the Frozen ride and Soarin' update.

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    The dark blue and gold marquee is outfitted with 200 individual light bulbs. So far, many of the design elements for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure have matched that of its Disneyland Paris counterpart, Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy, however this sign is slightly different, with the gold leaf adding an unexpected touch of opulence—plus, Chef Remy in full view.


    Source: https://wdwnt.com/2020/10/photos-remys-ratatouille-adventure-marquee-sign-installed-above-attraction-entrance-at-epcot/

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