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‘LOST’ Attraction at Disneyland Rumors Resurface

1 March 2010 2 Comments

TV Squad reports back from PaleyFest 2010, this year’s annual look behind the scenes of televisions most popular shows, about one of the only secrets to be leaked by LOST exec producers during a panel discussion:

Disney is considering turning the island attraction at Disneyland (once the ‘Swiss Family Robinson’ Tree House, later a ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’-themed scene) [into] yes, ‘Lost Island.’ Theme park fans should stay tuned.

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  • Fat Boris said:

    Interesting. What exactly is the affiliation between Disney and Lost? Does Disney produce the show? There would certainly be infinite possibilities for a Lost attraction or themed park area.
    I am going back to DLP for the second time this Summer with Short Breaks and hope to get to go on Pirates of the Caribbean ride (it was “closed for my future enjoyment” last time around), and am excited about the next gen attractions such as Toy Story.
    Personally, why has UP! not been pencilled in for an attraction? A house on balloons that rises up above the park, then travels to the Falls would be incredible. Was there ever a “Cars” attraction? Alice in Wonderland – have they improved the old attraction to co-incide with the film release? not sure, as while the tea-cup ride was fun, the maze was lame.

  • Zane Figg (author) said:

    Hi Boris! Disney owns the ABC network, on which LOST is broadcast, so, yes, they loosely produce the show. I’ve got my fingers crossed for you that you’ll be able to ride Pirates this time! Cars-land is being built in Disney’s California Adventure right now, and I agree with you that an UP attraction would be great. Maybe it could be something like “Soarin’”. I’m doubting there’s going to be an update to Alice rides…haven’t heard anything.

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