Hollywood’s biggest movie-going attraction has said it won’t be staying at a new Disney theme park, saying it doesn’t need to comply with the California’s tourism code.
The Walt Disney Co has refused to allow any more of its attractions at the California Adventure Park, home to the upcoming movie “Pixars: The Incredibles”.
Disney has been a key partner in bringing “Pixels” to the Golden State, and has used it to attract visitors to its theme parks in other countries.
It’s a major reason why the park has attracted nearly $1.8 billion in ticket sales since it opened in 2019.
But the chain’s move to pull its attraction, which includes an outdoor area called the Adventure Park and a ride called the Pixar, was met with widespread criticism, including from locals and celebrities.
Disney said it will continue operating at the park, which opened in 2017, in a new location on the grounds of the Disneyland Resort.
“We are working with our partners at Disneyland Resort to move forward with a new project that will address the needs of guests and the resort,” the company said in a statement.
“As part of that project, we will have a different experience for guests at the Disneyland® Resort in 2019.”
But in an interview with ABC News, Disney said the “Pods” ride had been developed for an amusement park in the United Kingdom, where it is set to open later this year.
“Disney will not have an operating license at Disneyland and is considering other options to help ensure our parks and resorts continue to be the most entertaining destinations in the world,” Disney said.
It said that as a result, it is “not appropriate for us to comment further.”
Disney said that while it “will not have a license at Disney World, it will have no conflict of interest in terms of licensing Disney theme parks and attractions.”
The theme park in California will be the theme park that will host the film, according to the California Department of Public Health and Environment.
“The California Department’s position is that all California residents have a right to enjoy the outdoors without fear of being subject to an unreasonable and unreasonable noise or disturbance,” the department said in the statement.
However, a spokesperson for the California Board of Supervisors, which oversees the parks, said the parks would “continue to offer a number of options” for visitors to enjoy their attractions.
The park’s announcement came a day after the Los Angeles Times reported that Disney was seeking to change the California code, which was written to protect “the health and safety of the public.”
The code was updated in 2019 to make it easier for businesses to host outdoor events, and to prevent noise complaints from being filed by non-residents.
“It’s a sad day for tourism in California,” said Steve Warshaw, an entertainment industry analyst with the research firm BMO Capital Markets.
“They’re trying to turn a profit on the fact that there are not a lot of outdoor places to go to in the state.
They’re trying their hardest to get people to stay at the theme parks.”
“Disney is going to go on the offensive in terms in terms with the noise issue and how the park will be able to maintain a high level of attendance in the park,” he added.
“What’s disappointing is that they’re trying so hard to make the theme attractions appear to be more enjoyable.”
Brown for his leadership and signing legislation that will strengthen our tourism industry and protect the health and health and welfare of California residents,” Disney’s executive vice president for tourism, Bob Chapek, said in an email. “
I want to thank Gov.
Brown for his leadership and signing legislation that will strengthen our tourism industry and protect the health and health and welfare of California residents,” Disney’s executive vice president for tourism, Bob Chapek, said in an email.
“While I understand and appreciate the concerns expressed about the ‘Pigs’ ride and the Pixar ride, I’m confident that the changes we are proposing will help bring more visitors to the parks.”
The California Department for Tourism said it would work with the parks and other stakeholders to develop a new, “further-reaching tourism program for California,” which it said would address “unnecessary noise, pollution, safety and disturbance, noise from other businesses and guests, and other challenges.”
It also said the new program would allow it to “reimagine” how it develops and delivers its parks and how it manages noise.
Disney’s new park is set for opening later this month.