Posted Monday, September 14, 2015 10:49 AM | Contributed by Jeff
From the column:
If stagnant parks get penalized, what will happen at Disney's Hollywood Studios as it continues to shutter rides and attractions? The good news for the park, of course, is that it should experience the same kind of burst in attendance as Comcast's rival parks when Pixar Land and Star Wars Land opens. The bad news is that investors will have to wait. Disney hasn't provided any kind of opening for the two lands it unveiled last month, but it's unlikely that we see Pixar Land until 2017 and Star Wars Land until 2018, if not later.
Read more from Rick Munarriz on The Motley Fool.
Well, now I know what Captain Obvious does when he's not making Hotels.com commercials.
Shuttering attractions in advance of adding major theme areas that will take a couple of years to build seems pretty plain and simple to me.Last edited by slithernoggin, Monday, September 14, 2015 11:03 AM
You know, this article really hits home. They were repaving the street outside our home, and I tried driving over it before they were done and it sucked. Sure enough, when they were done it was much better.Last edited by OhioStater, Monday, September 14, 2015 12:09 PM
The good news is that Disney is dropping their gate to $17.95.
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