The ride is one of Disneyland’s most popular, and it’s a common theme for Disney to cancel Disneyland-style theme park rides.
Disneyland’s Disney-themed theme parks have been canceled in the past, but Disney-inspired rides like the Jungle Cruise have been a popular way to see the company’s new movies.
But with Disneyland’s new film, The Jungle Book, coming out in 2018, it looks like that may be changing.
Disneyland has said that it’s not canceling the Jungle Book movie, but instead is working on a new version of the ride, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
But it appears that Disneyland has been considering a new attraction for the ride that would be more similar to the original Jungle Cruise.
This is a possible sign that Disney is considering a sequel to the ride.
The Hollywood Reporter also reports that Disneyland is not cancelling the Jungle Ride in its plans, but is planning to replace it with a more Disney-like attraction called “Frozen” or “Frostbitten.”
Disneyland could also be planning to build a new, smaller, and more intimate version of this ride that is similar to a “dinosaur-themed” attraction that will eventually replace it, according a Hollywood Reporter article.
Disney is currently planning to add new rides to the park in the future, according the report.