Just hear me out…..Ok, so we know the amulet has never picked a trollhunter of human blood. And why, out of all humans, is Jim selected?
One. He has a father we don’t know barely anything about. He just left one day, mysteriously. If Jim’s father was a changling, that would make sense. Maybe he was forced to leave. Maybe he didn’t want to follow through with the plans to complete the bridge and basically destroy mankind (since he now had a family and a son).
Two. In one early scene, Toby accuses Mr. Strickler of being a changling. Jim just laughs and says,
“If he’s one,I’m one.”
Coincidence? Maybe…but, does this mean Jim has troll in his bloodline? Is his father possibly a changling?
For our final look into the IP-based future, we circle back to a little town…to a quiet village. We’ve previously profiled the exciting trackless E-ticket coming to Tokyo Disneyland’s Beauty and the Beast expansion, but there’s still more! Like Magic Kingdom’s New Fantasyland, this area will feature both Belle’s Village, where guests can visit Gaston’s Tavern (middle) as well as the Beast’s Castle, (bottom) home to the E-ticket. Upon opening, the land will also welcome a massive new theater for stage productions, which the show-loving Japanese will surely be VERY happy about. Expect the Beast to open the gates sometime in spring 2020!
And that’s a wrap on our profiles of IP-based attractions coming to parks around the world! Let us know in the comments if you liked the idea of themed art weeks, what your favorite pieces were, and if you have any thoughts about where we should head next!