There's still the difference that the Wizarding World is magical and it can be explained that they can enchant the place to look like that year long, even in summer, so it doesn't necessarily mean it's frozen in time, whereas the Grinch is a Christmas story specifically.
Either way, if they wanted to put the Grinch they wouldn't let something like this stop them. But, I do think that the Grinch is more successful and profitable for Universal as an event for Christmas/Holiday times. Lots of people make a point to go to the parks just for a special event.
Yeah, the Grinch is the Grinch all year long.
And actually there are multiple seasons in the WWOHP. Oddly enough there is no snow on Hogwarts. And in the original concept art, you can see where it goes from winter to spring. It even includes a few wildflowers near Hogwarts.
So back to the Lorax...
Maybe they can produce a dark ride that covers some of Dr. Seuss' most popular stories with similar nature-y themes, including those that got movies made after them like Lorax, Horton... Maybe?
Last edited by Felipe; 03-22-2012 at 02:20 PM.
that is a huge kitchen! So where is the studio that they put the grinch show?
In the soundstage on the other side of the road that's behind the employee grill.
I thought it was funny, when I was at USF yesterday, there was a woman who was looking at the Lorax Photo Op by The Horror Make-Up show and she said, "Don't they have a Lorax ride at the other park here?" Then her husband said, "I think so."
I thought it was quite ironic.
Welcome to the madhouse, Batman!
Let me be the first to say its probably nothing, but numerous suits were walking backstage of Suess Landing this week. They seemed to be interested in the area directly behind the Cat in the Hat as well as the gate in-between NBA City and IOA's main turnstiles. Just sharing what I personally saw.
I like the idea of stretching out and using every inch of space IOA has. They got to make the most of that tiny space they have! Plus an extra family attraction in IOA would help a lot