Disney's Imagineering teams have multiple projects on the go at any one time. Let's take a look at 10 new lands that are either confirmed or rumored as being on their way to the company's theme parks.
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Marne la Vallée, France
Euro Disney S.C.A.
The second theme park to open at the Disneyland Resort Paris, Walt Disney Studios features attractions inspired by the movie, television and music industries. Its attraction line-up is heavy on live and pre-recorded shows, although it does host a major roller coaster (Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster) and a version of the popular Twilight Zone Tower of Terror thrill ride. Despite its name, the park does not include a working film studio, but it is divided into several "lots". These are the Front Lot (which is located at the park’s entrance), Toon Studio, Production Courtyard and the Backlot.
History: A second, studio-themed park was originally planned to open at the Disneyland Paris Resort in 1996. However, the resort's financial problems ended that plan and it was only revived in a scaled-down form in time for Walt Disney Studios to open in 2002. Since then, Disney has continued to expand the park - adding the Toon Studio area in summer 2007, the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror later the same year, Toy Story Playland in 2010 and Ratatouille: L'Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy in 2014.