An overwhelming force is invincible by nature. Often it’s the cause of historic changes in life. There is nothing one can do to overcome the glory of such an irrefutable power, except giving up and go with the flow. And perhaps to my greatest excitement the WDW’s (Walt Disney World) Frozen Fever is a true example in this regard. What has been introduced as a highly temporary set-up turns into one of the most explosive theme-park surprises of all times. Given the anticipations and aggressions that the Frozen-inspired attractions register in such a short span is beyond anyone’s expectations. With Frozen at the helm, I think the Mouse has a new alternative to Universal Orlando’s Harry Potter experience for sure.
The new Disney animation blockbuster is definitely a big hit in all its formats. Whether it’s on the screens or as attractions in the Parks, there is no sign of thawing its popularity. Spreading its magical charm across the length and breadth of the WDW Resort, Frozen indeed seems to usher a new beginning in the history of theme park experience after what the multi-park Harry Potter attraction did for the Universal Orlando fans. Started as a rather standard cross media play at the Hollywood Studios, the story of the Norwegian Sisters is interestingly quick enough in extending its incredibly alluring influences at the other Disney World Parks as well.
Bringing the fun and excitements from one of Disney’s highest earning blockbusters to the most magical Parks of Orlando in such overwhelming style is more than just encouraging to me. In fact the kind of response as received by the twin heroines (Anna and Elsa), be it at the Hollywood Studios, the Magic Kingdom or the Epcot for that matter is surprisingly explosive. And the anticipations that follow in this regard only suggest one thing – the birth of one of the most irresistible and never-before theme park experience.
Moreover, if the mere availability of the twin heroines for meeting and greeting can register such record-breaking long wait-times in the parks, I think there is no harm in being a bit extra-obsessive about bringing to life the fantasy-filled story in a more detailed manner. In fact the plan to create a more prominent and perfect setting for the attraction is a wise move on part of Disney. Off-course it cost dearly for all the Maelstrom fans out there at the Norway Pavilion of Epcot. But then it’s only taken over by another and most fancied Norwegian attraction from the reigning animated blockbuster, which is showing no signs of thawing its popularity.
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