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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    That ship sailed a long time ago. Universal was the first to implement an extra-charge for their version of Fastpass. Yet you will always see Disney's detractors slam them for Genie+/Lightning Lanes while praising Universal. Go figure!
    It's not as easy as that. Express pass works and has been around for a very long time. You probably know that. The current service for WDW is a Frankenstein monster and they still need to figure it out. I guess that's something you don't understand.

    Interesting topic, nevertheless. We need to wait and see how exactly Epic Universe will handle crowds, but I trust them. They need to do it right as the reviews from the first guests (real guests, not influencers) will leave a mark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Encoreviews View Post
    I’m really curious how they will handle crowds and wait times those first couple of months? They might have to do something like Disney with reservations in advance for rides.
    Please don't give them that kind of ideas. There's no good lesson to learn from Disney in that regard.
  3. Found this poster in Hankyu, a train station in Osaka. USJ wants to remind is that this area is opening this year.

    Opinion:
    If Epic Universe is opening at the beginning of next year, I imagine that USJ wants to open the Donkey Kong area not too far from that date.
    As some of you may know, USJ's Halloween season is extremely popular and the park gets crowds that are on another level. I don't see the need of opening Donkey Kong during the Hallowong event. So my guess is that it will open in November - December.

    What do you guys think? If there is any information or rumors you heard, please share them with us! I've been looking forward to this area to opening to the public for such a long time and seeing it sitting there just makes me sad.

    - Greetings from Japan.
    Multiplanecamera

  4. This is how the tallest point in the new area looks like in the night. This picture was taken from the HP area.



    Source: https://twitter.com/pokemario132922/status/1792144669167812659?t=RHJWusejq3dMD8sVQv-pPA&s=19
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    1. Wandering Oaken's Sliding Sleighs POV. It really is a 1 minute long ride, as a user said some time ago.


    2. Frozen Ever After POV. Same scenes, better animatronics (compared to the ones we see in EPCOT) and other small changes.
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    We finally got a look at the Playhouse in the Woods show.
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    HIS, a travel agency based in Japan, uploaded a map of HKD which includes World of Frozen.
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    Sneak Peak Into World of Frozen - An event that just took place inside the "Mickey and Wondrous Book" theater.
    The event ends around the 54 min. mark. We got some pictures of the audio animatronics located in the Frozen Ever After ride and a short clip of a rather simple, animated figure located in the Wandering Oaken's Sliding Sleighs ride. The Play House in the Woods, a place where guests can meet Elsa and Anna which we have seen in concept art was briefly mentioned but we didn't get any details.
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    Oriental Land Co., Ltd. announced the names of the attractions and other facilities in Fantasy Springs, the eighth themed Port of Tokyo DisneySea® Park set to open in the spring of 2024 (the first quarter of fiscal year 2024).
    Set after the events of the Disney Animation film Frozen, Frozen Kingdom is full of happiness now that Elsa has embraced her powers to create ice and snow. In the Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey attraction, which follows the story of the film, guests board a boat and enjoy an epic and heartwarming tale of two sisters that discover only true love can thaw a frozen heart. The attraction also features the film’s well-known songs. Additionally, guests can dine at the Royal Banquet of Arendelle restaurant located in Arendelle Castle, which has both an indoor dining area and a covered outdoor dining area with views of the fjord cliffs and mountains in the distance. Guests can also stop by Oaken’s OK Foods, run by Oaken, the owner of the trading post and sauna that is featured in the film.
    In Rapunzel’s Forest stands a tower where the long-haired princess Rapunzel has lived since she was a child. Here, guests can enjoy the Rapunzel's Lantern Festival attraction, and experience Rapunzel’s “best day ever” as she falls in love with Flynn Rider on a romantic boat ride to the annual Lantern Festival. Over at The Snuggly Duckling restaurant, where the local rough-and- tumble crowd gathers, guests can enjoy a meal in a variety of atmospheric dining areas.
    In Peter Pan’s Never Land, guests can explore a pirate ship, dine in a secret hideaway, or go on a great adventure with their friends as they encounter pirates. In the attraction Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, guests join the Lost Kids, a group of fun-loving and adventurous children, and explore Never Land with Peter Pan and Tinker Bell to rescue John from Captain Hook and his band of pirates. Additionally, guests can enjoy dining at Lookout Cookout, a restaurant created by the Lost Kids from parts of a shipwreck that had washed ashore, with spectacular views of Never Land. Pixie Hollow, the fairy valley where Tinker Bell lives, can also be found in Peter Pan’s Never Land. Here, guests can experience the Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies attraction, and help Tinker Bell deliver parcels and packages to four seasonal locations in Pixie Hollow.
    https://www.olc.co.jp/en/news/news_olc/20230824_1/main/00/link/20240824_01e.pdf
    https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/special/fantasysprings/
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