PHOTOS - Back-side of TRON Lightcycle Run coaster show building nearly fully enclosed

Sep 29, 2020 in "Tron Lightcyle Run rollercoaster"

TRON Lightcycle Run construction - September 21 2020
Posted: Tuesday September 29, 2020 11:24am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The TRON Lightcyle Run ride building is now almost completely enclosed as work continues on the back-side of the building.

Meanwhile at the front of the building, work continues on building and installing the canopy.

Click the gallery for more pictures of TRON Lightcycle Run at the Magic Kingdom.

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MisterPenguin7 hours ago

True, but if in this fiscal year, it will cause the quarterlies to show a net loss for the whole company. That hurts the stocks. Disney stocks are soaring because of Disney+ and the ability to show quarter by quarter, there was no operational net loss. It's about investor confidence. October is the beginning of the new fiscal year. Expect the money hose to open up then.

uncle jimmy9 hours ago

It's not making them the money yet either... Guests know its coming, but when? Kind of is like Star Wars Land at DHS, a lot of people waited til it was open to come back... even with Toy Story Land as a draw ahead of it, they waited. Big 50th party, is the Rat and a cupcake and castle swag a draw for people to come now or wait til Tron comes?

mrerk10 hours ago

Not really saving them money, just pushing it off to the next FY

uncle jimmy1 day ago

Keep churning away at those pucks... something will spill, I mean prevail.

JoeCamel1 day ago

The rusted part are temp supports that are being removed

owlsandcoffee1 day ago

Yes, we've discussed it before but that's not an issue. We don't know, there's been no word. I would be shocked if they did nothing so I expect some replanted trees. We'll just have to wait n see.

ChristianG1 day ago

Apologies as I'm sure this has been discussed hundred of times, but are there any plans to hide this from Fantasyland specifically Storybook Circus? The box is hideeeouss

MansionButler841 day ago

My focus lately has been on discovering all the details about the churro-scented urinal pucks a team of 37 Imagineers has been working on since 2013.

uncle jimmy1 day ago

Could also mean that the pause is back to a break The Kyle will tell us in an Instagram post for sure @MansionButler84

Clamman731 day ago

Them railroad ties and rails just waitin’.....

mnelson31 day ago

And hopefully the RR can open sooner.

Armerius1 day ago

interesting..lets hope

uncle jimmy1 day ago

So that may mean an opening sooner, may be?

MagicHappens19711 day ago

Rumors and the facts point to pent-up demand, higher vaccination rates than anticipated and lower case numbers, may be causing a boost to capacity. Disney has already started to call back more cast, and has supposedly added more Park Pass availability for the summer. Rumblings also show that nighttime entertainment may be returning sooner than later. I can almost guarantee you, the old saying “if you build it, they will come” still stands. Will we be seeing Christmas Eve number capacity? No. Would opening up capacity and choosing not to drag their feet on two attractions that should’ve been open this year (Tron & GOTG) as well as Ratatouille help bring in more guests? Yes. I’m no insider and am just going off what I’ve read and past experience with the parks and what not. It is clear that Disney is terrified of a covid case being traced back to the parks and resorts, the NBA bubble showed that they have the logistical means and know how to prevent it. It was also probably a great PR boost for them, guests see that the NBA players spent weeks at WDW and almost no cases. I think there was one or two? I’m not disputing your claim and am just kind of adding my two cents. I responded to you because it was the most relevant