My favorite MJ tune: "Billie Jean" which I have been listening to alot now. RIP MJ.
2022 Trips: WDW, Sea World San Diego & Orlando, CP, KI, BGW, Bay Beach, Canobie Lake, Universal Orlando
Maybe, you can have Batman getting Joker at an Aquarium, or a Zoo for goodness sakes. Maybe, this movie is all about the Subway though even though that sounds a little far-fetched.
I think they should have made the cars like Batmobiles, or motorcycles. Why in the heck a Subway car? Also, why do they have a ride come out before the movie does? Does that make any sense at all?
I think they should have made the cars like Batmobiles, or motorcycles. Why in the heck a Subway car?
1. Why in the heck would there be multiple small batmobiles or motorcycles going about in the Gotham City Railroad system? Subway vehicles make more sense and is more ride theme/story relevant.
If you look closely at the plans, you can see that the Royal Theatre is being transformed into a queue house themed as the GCR (Gotham City Railroad).
2. Thankful you weren't part of the "design" team for this coaster.
Six Flags Great America
Dark Knight cost $7.5. It will be heavily themed and have a preshow. The Cars will not stop in the station (similar to Disney). The rides story line is themed to you trying to escape Gotham City. The queue will be in the Theater Royale. Christopher Nolan, the director of Dark Knight, was extremely hands on with the theming of the ride to ensure it followed the story line of the movie. It is extremely rare for a ride themed to a movie, to be allowed to open before said movie. There will be an event at the park. Probably the 10th or 17th of May. It's not set yet. Everyone at the event received a "Font of the Line" pass for Dark Knight.
The queue is in the Theatre Royale.
*** Edited 1/21/2008 4:49:38 PM UTC by Jason Hammond***
No I don't have a kid, but I still want to ride!
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