Posted on Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 by Germain Lussier
This edition of Theme Park Bits spans the globe. Below, read about the following.
- Is LucasFilm Singapore working on a Theme Park movie?
- Universal Studios Osaka is also getting a Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
- A robot theme park is being built in South Korea.
- What’s the update on the Ratatouille ride?
- Watch a video of the Waterworld show at Universal Studios Japan.
- A new restaurant opened at the Morocco Pavilion at Epcot in Orlando, FL.
- Disney’s California Adventure has integrated a mobile game into World of Color.
In a report on the opening of LucasFilm Singapore, there’s talk about all the films the company is working on including Transformers: Age of Extinction. In one list, there’s also a mention of a “Theme Park Ride movie.” What could that be?
We all know about the Universal Studios Orlando expansion of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and the construction of a Potter land at Universal Studios Hollywood but, Universal Studios Osaka is also getting a Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Disney and More has a bunch of photos and videos of the construction, which is pretty far along.
Nerdcore wrote an article about a robot themed theme park being built in South Korea. Opening is aimed at 2018. You can read more at the site, and watch a hilariously bad concept video below.
Disney and More visited Disneyland Paris last week to get an update on the Ratatouille ride. Construction is still on going. See more photos there, but here’s one:
Though the footage is old, here’s a new video from Inside Universal of the Waterworld show at Universal Studios Japan:
A brand new restaurant opened at the World Showcase at Disney’s Epcot Center in Orlando, Florida. It’s called Spice Road Table and is in the Morocco Pavilion. You can read more and see images at the Disney Blog.
Frequent visitors to Disney’s California Adventure probably know about the amazing show, World of Color, but now there’s a mobile game integrated into the pre-show that’ll give one person full control of the Ferris Wheel lights. Check out a video explaination below.Cool Posts From Around the Web: