Rumor: UP! A Great Bird Adventure at Animal Kingdom to be changed due to poor feedback

Changes may be coming to the UP! A Great Bird Adventure show at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The show, which replaced the old Flights of Wonder show at the beginning of 2018, has reportedly received poor reviews from guests in attendance. reports that the show will be reworked in response to the poor feedback.

UP! A Great Bird Adventure has already received a few minor changes following its debut due to poor reviews. The dialogue has been labeled as being a bit too cheesy, and the addition of Russell and Dug has taken the attention away from the real stars of the show – the birds.

The rumor states that Disney is aiming to make the show more funny and more entertaining. For inspiration, they could look back to the old Flights of Wonder show that was well received during its 20-year run. Guests want to see birds doing fun and interesting things, not watch characters awkwardly interact with actors.

Disney has not made any official announcements regarding UP! A Great Bird Adventure, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see a modified show appearing in the future.

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