The attraction closures in California come just months after the park hiked the price of annual passes, putting some prices above $1, 000 for the first time.
“They (Disney) are going to probably make, at the end of the day, on this first film alone worldwide, just box office in theaters, probably over $2 billion,” Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Rentrak, told CNBC, adding that the “sky’s the limit right now” for Disney.
- Big Thunder Ranch in Frontierland
- Big Thunder Ranch Barbecue
- Big Thunder Ranch Petting Zoo
- Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree
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