Hmm, well the plans are cool even though they are all purely conceptual. I hope something happens, but I still think this is a pipe dream. It just feels fishy to me. Also, one would think there would at least be more information circulating around the rumor mill about projects as large in scope as these.
Best of luck to Mooneyhan's company, but where are they going to get the financing for any of this? If I was a lender or private equity I would be scared to offer any financing packages for this, even at extremely high rates. Can Jax compete with New York and LA? How is Jax going to come to be known as one of the great entertainment/movie studio cities when there are an elite and small host of cities that already dominate the industry quite well. Sounds like Mooneyhan should take his ideas a little more public rather than being so secretive. I think with the right formula and slightly altered proposals the company can slowly build to something of similar scope, but they have virtually no experience aside from producing "Where the Red Fern Grows" and I don't know anything about their backings or support network, but it does not seem like there is a lot there.