Disney’s Star Wars Land, Warner Bros Abu Dhabi and Latest Theme Park News
Disney Breaks Ground on Star Wars-Themed Land
Warner Bros Theme Park and Hotel Worth $1 Billion Coming to Abu Dhabi
Ferrari Theme Parks Considering Fourth Location in North America
Disney Hollywood Studios to Reportedly Open Bar in Tower of Terror Ride
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Due to a decline in attendance at Hong Kong Disneyland, the Walt Disney Company was forced to cut almost 100 jobs. The drop in attendance is partly to blame on the weaker economy in mainland China.
To usher in the 2016 edition of Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, the company is adding an all-new haunted maze based on one of the most iconic horror movies in history, “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.”
Developers in New Orleans are advocating to revitalize a former Six Flags theme park that was destroyed and left abandoned following Hurricane Katrina. Officials proposing the idea also want to build stores, hotels, resorts and water parks in the area.
To prepare for Shanghai Disney’s scheduled opening on June 16, the Walt Disney Co. is set to hire 10,000 employees to work at the facility. The theme park will need many workers as it will be set on an impressive 963-acre property.
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