A new rumor suggests that one of Disneyland’s most iconic rides will get a major re-theme based on the upcoming movie light year. Walt Disney World News Today has word of a new rumor Disneyland’s Upcoming Refurbishment of Tomorrowland and the Inclusion of an Upcoming Pixar Film light year. Rumor suggests that Space Mountain will receive permanent light year The re-theme, which will be announced this fall on D23. The main premise of this rumor is the use of a structure that resembles the silhouette of Space Mountain. light years, Which has been seen in the promotional trailers. The structure appears to be the launchpad for Star Command that will eventually send Lightyear on his mission to the universe. You can catch a glimpse of the structure that was rumored to be Space Mountain light year Below Note that the structure shares the rounded top as well as off-center antennas with Space Mountain:
It was long expected that Disneyland’s Tomorrowland would get a major update, with the COVID-19 pandemic pushing it forward by several years. Since Space Mountain serves as the main feature of Tomorrowland, it is widely expected that it will receive at least some sort of visual makeover. Some even speculated that Disneyland’s Space Mountain would share the same fate as the Tokyo Disneyland version of the ride, which is set to be demolished and replaced with an entirely new version. Others wondered whether Disneyland would permanently have an overlay on Space Mountain, similar to what Disneyland Paris’ Space Mountain had in “Hyperspace Mountain” (a Star Wars-themed version of the ride) for many years. While the Magic Kingdom’s Space Mountain Looks Safe, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin Ride Might Be Received Too light year Themed remodel later this year. If the rumor is true, Space Mountain will be the second Disneyland attraction to capitalize on the film’s popularity. Tarzan’s treehouse is getting a remodel, which is rumored to be themed Encanto.
Disney has yet to comment on these rumors, and we’ll have to wait until September to see if they’re true.
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Reference from comicbook.com