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Work Continues on Reimagining of Downtown Disney District, AMC Theater Demolished

Work continues on the reimagining of Downtown Disney at Disneyland. Only a few scraps of metal can be found where the AMC Theater once stood.

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The AMC Theater is almost wholly demolished behind the colorful construction walls.

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However, you can still see the twisted metal AMC logo above the wall.

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The Downtown Disney reimagining has progressed, starting with demolition back in February.

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A new open grassy area will provide a space for guests to relax. There will also be space for events held in Downtown Disney.

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In November, Disney Parks Experiences and Products President Josh D’Amaro announced the reimagining at Destination D23.

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Above, you can see the concept art for the finished project.

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  1. What a waste – it was a really nice theater – best IMAX in So California if you asked me. Our family and friends saw a lot of movies there. DTD is already the ugly stepsister of Disney Springs, why take out the movie theater? And the concept art architecture and style do not match DTD at all. I hope they’re not going to mid century the whole mall. Grand Californian ties in perfectly with the mall as it is now. This project makes absolutely zero sense, as does the soccer store and the greeting card store. The only project that makes sense currently is the Paradise Pier transformation into the Toy Story hotel. Paradise Pier no longer exists at DCA. They’re kind of late in reimagining the hotel, but better late than never. :)

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