Princess and the Frog: This film has the makings of a great dark ride. Guests could boats where they can float through the Louisiana bayou to see New Orleans at night, paddle wheel boats, Louie the Aligator playing Jazz, Mama Odie's home, and the sky alight with lightning bugs like Ray! It would also be great to have a restaurant named Tiana's, just like the restaurant in the film.
A Bug's Life: This great Pixar film needs more representation at Disney World, perhaps renovating Hollywood Studios' "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" playground to a A Bug's Life themed play area? A gift shop themed after A Bug's Life would be pretty cool too.
Cinderella: With the castle being named after Cinderella, you would think there would be something else for Cinderella at Disney World. This film would also make a great dark ride, like Snow White's Scary Adventures, but with a happier twist and with new technology. I would also like to see a tour take place in the castle, like what Disney had done in a Disney park oversees, but with the focus on Cinderella.
Jungle Book: Animal Kingdom needs to do something with this film, especially since it's based in Asia. We think a coaster would be great, featuring the classic Jungle Book characters and the landscape you see in the film. A restaurant with a Jungle Book theme would be great too, especially if it was based off of the scene with King Louie where you can dine in Louie's ruins and be entertained.
Pocahontas: A ride based off of Pocahontas would be another great attraction for Animal Kingdom; and it could be a log flume/water ride. Guests could board canoes which take them past waterfalls, through the Indian camps, past John Smith's ship, and "Just Around the Riverbend!" A few thrills would be great too, like some dips and drops!
Aladdin: The Magic Carpets of Aladdin is a cute idea; but this great movie needs more! A simulation carpet ride, with Star Tours type technology, would be great; and the Genie is too great of a character not to be used in the parks. An Aladdin show would be cool; or a Cave of Wonder's gift shop! Perhaps an interactive, adventure tour through the Sultan's palace could lead to Jafar's Lair and then to the Cave of Wonder's where we could interact with the Genie, like Epcot's Turtle Talk with Crush?
Are there any Disney films that you would like to see be used in the parks? If so, let us know!