I read last week that Disney’s Haunted Mansion ride is going to be made into a feature-length film. Some of you might remember that Pirates of the Caribbean was originally just a ride at Disney.
So I had to ask – is the famous Teacup Ride going to be Disney’s feature-length film after that?
Photo by Vanessa Pike-Russell, used under a Creative Commons License.
And an update: my brother reminded me that there already was a Haunted Mansion movie, starring Eddie Murphy. It was so worthless that I forgot it. And maybe the fact that I never saw it pushed it even deeper into my memory banks.
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I really don’t intend to comment on every post, but… here;s a link to an article considering possible Disney rides as movies:http://www.fandango.com/commentator_moredisneylandridesatthemovies_108?source=ca_title
That article is hilarious, Bill. And it was fun to see that the writer beat me to the punch with his article. (And he took it way beyond where I did.)
Remakes of stupid films seems like a bad idea. POTC have been entertaining so far. I’d like a movie inspired by the cable car that crosses the park, or the line to get into the log ride.
umm you do realize that the teacups ride is based off a movie already, right?
But there’s not a feature-length film called “The Teacup Ride.”
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