The Walt Disney Company, LucasFilm and Pixar have joined forces to create a new theme park dedicated to the Autobots, an Autobot-themed amusement park that will open in 2019.
The park will offer rides such as a hoverboard, rollercoaster, and a carousel, as well as a theater featuring animated films.
The park will feature a ride area with more than 60 attractions, including a water slide and a giant robot called the “Riding Robo.”
The new attraction will be the first fully-autobot-centric park at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Disney and Pixar are not the first companies to try and bring an all-robot-based theme park to Disney World, but this park will likely be their first.
The Autobots’ name is a reference to the Transformers franchise, the animated Transformers film franchise.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said that the park’s “Racing Robo” ride will be similar to the one from the movie “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” but with robots instead of humans.
“We think this is a great opportunity to be a part of this,” Iger told ABC News.
“I think the fans will be happy.”
Iger, who has previously said that Disney would consider opening a full-scale Autobot theme park at Disneyland, said that he’s also looking forward to seeing the Transformers films again in a future “Transformer” movie.
“The movie ‘Transformers’ was such a big hit, and now the movie ‘Rebirth’ is coming out,” he said.
“It’s just a matter of time before we see a Transformers-themed park.”
Disney will also make use of the “Toy Story” toys for the park.
According to the press release, the Transformers “Ride to the Rescue” toys will be used in the park and a “Toy Truck” will be featured in the movie theater.
Disney also has plans to introduce “Transformations” to other rides at the park, such as the roller coaster and the hoverboard.
Iger and his team are also planning to use toys from the Transformers universe for the new park.
Disney already released the “Robotron” toy line to toy shops in the summer of 2017, and there is also the “Transformatron” line available at retail.
Igers own company, Pixar Animation Studios, made a name for itself with the success of the blockbuster “Inside Out.”
The company also made the animated feature “Inside Man,” which was directed by Oscar-nominated director Pete Docter.