Our Media Manager @BanksLee’s daughter wanted to join the #HomemadeDisney movement, so he took her for a ride on Alien Swirling Saucers and ran into @tinymallet! #HomemadeThemePark pic.twitter.com/VSPdOW4ZQH— Attractions Magazine (@Attractions) March 28, 2020
I’ve joined the quarantined-at-home #HomemadeThemeParks creative craze by recreating my very own beloved MEN IN BLACK ALIEN ATTACK at @UniversalORL, which turns twenty this April 14th!#HomemadeUniversal #UniversalAtHome #HomemadeDisney #MenInBlack #MIBAlienAttack20yrs pic.twitter.com/QjljsnJFya— Dave Cobb 🏳️🌈 (@davecobb) March 27, 2020
Theme park rides are being recreated at home, but what about ones that were ERASED FROM EXISTENCE!? Jump in a time machine and go BACK IN TIME to re-live BACK TO THE FUTURE... THE RIDE! https://t.co/1zNGWbb9jL #HomeMadeDisney #HomeMadeUniversal #BackToTheFuture #UniversalStudios pic.twitter.com/a4djbKroP7— ⚡️🔥Bosch to the Future🔥⚡️ (@KevinBosch) March 26, 2020
This is the most realistic of the homebound attraction remakes. pic.twitter.com/71LkDW1v0O— BRENDAN (@Ctb22684) March 29, 2020
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