AVATAR is Coming to Disney Theme Parks

DAPs Magic Disney News – by Mr. DAPs

 

This morning at a press conference with Bob Iger and Tom Staggs at Walt Disney Imagineering, it was announced that the world of James Cameron’s AVATAR is coming to Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World. This is part of a creative partnership between between The Walt Disney Company, James Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment and Fox Filmed Entertainment.

The Walt Disney Company believes that Avatar will be a natural fit with Disney’s Animal Kingdom as they share the common themes of¬†adventure, living in harmony with nature along with environmental stewardship.

Currently this project is in the design phase. Construction is expected to begin at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in 2013. With two sequels in the works for AVATAR, there will be no shortage of ideas for future attractions and experiences. James Cameron, Jon Landau, and Lightstorm Entertainment will act as creative consultants for this projects.

Here is video from the announcement:

 

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Mr. DAPs is the founder of DAPs Magic continues to run its day to day operations. He can be regularly found at Disneyland donning his hat and bow tie as he takes pictures and enjoys the Happiest Place on Earth. He is also a host on Geeks Corner - the Webshow and anchors news stories for DAPs Magic's YouTube channel. You can also find him posting regularly on Twitter and Instagram. He'd love to connect with you so make sure and say hi!
Mr. DAPs

Mr. DAPs

Mr. DAPs is the founder of DAPs Magic continues to run its day to day operations. He can be regularly found at Disneyland donning his hat and bow tie as he takes pictures and enjoys the Happiest Place on Earth. He is also a host on Geeks Corner - the Webshow and anchors news stories for DAPs Magic's YouTube channel. You can also find him posting regularly on Twitter and Instagram. He'd love to connect with you so make sure and say hi!

One thought on “AVATAR is Coming to Disney Theme Parks

  • September 20, 2011 at 12:40 pm
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    How about a great big NO. I think this is a poor fit considering how many great animal/adventure/nature movies Disney has to choose from in their own library. No no no.

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