Saw @NoahMovie the other night at Cinepolis. Opens 3/28. Very intense! #thefloodiscoming pic.twitter.com/unqxZmzDku
— Drew Brees (@drewbrees) March 24, 2014
What better way to match the intensity Brees speaks of than by plopping Noah's Ark down on our defunct amusement park.
Transformation Village LLC submitted a wide-ranging, seven-phase plan that starts with building a Jazzland park, although the plan has no clear source of funding or cost estimate. Future phases of the development would include a water park called "Atlantis," a dome-shaped shopping center arranged by global continents, a 450-foot replica of Noah's Ark that houses an orchestra studio, a movie production lot, a resort-hotel complex and a facility for students studying hospitality.The only reason I even sort of think this might not be an April Fools joke is that they went to the trouble of putting together a 49 page proposal. Although, it's pretty ridiculous itself. Still, if it's intentional humor, it's of an exceptionally deadpan variety.