Experience the world's only motion-based "Pacific Rim 5-D" ride presented in the Iwerks Theater from Warner Bros. Consumer Products and SimEx-Iwerks Entertainment. And starting now, enjoy special limited sneak previews of Pacific Rim 5D before it officially opens.
Loaded with suspense, action and monstrous creatures, "Pacific Rim 5-D" pairs the explosive special effects from the popular action-based science fiction film with a thrilling new ride simulation experience. With this exciting 3D movie, your experience moves up dimensions with in-theater special effects, creating the ultimate experience in the 5th dimension.
As the world's only motion-based Pacific Rim-themed ride attraction, this is the first version of this film to be adapted as a ride in the U.S.
Inspiried by Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ sci-fi adventure “Pacific Rim,” the storyline follows monstrous creatures rising from the sea without warning, attacking cities and threatening mankind. In a unified show of force, the world’s most powerful nations have joined together and built massive robot fighting machines. When the rate of monster attacks suddenly increases, the inevitable showdown takes place. In a no holds barred brawl, the last standing robot fighter – Earth’s final weapon – must take on the biggest and baddest of the monsters. With eye-popping 4-D and explosive in-theatre special effects, experience the ground-shaking action of Pacific Rim 5-D, only from SimEx-Iwerks Entertainment in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products.
After 16 years of stomach-churning drops, crossovers, reversals and turns, the Roar roller coaster in Vallejo will coast into retirement.
The Six Flags Discovery Kingdom theme park announced Thursday that the ride will close at the end of National Roller Coaster Day, Aug. 16.
The wooden coaster, named for the roar of a California sea lion, made its debut in 1999. Since then, an estimated 11 million guests have gasped and shrieked their way through this 10-story-high ride’s 22 crossovers, 17 turns, 12 drops and 6 reversals — at 55 mph.