Comments for Disneyland announces “Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries” exhibit for Innoventions to feature Hall of Armor


  1. Any word on an end date? I really hope it will still be there in September!

    1. At last! A reason to visit Innoventions!

    2. Ricky Brigante

      Through September.

  2. EricJ

    Much as I SHOULD be stoked for a Stark-sponsored Innoventions, I’m glad it’s coming to Disneyland (where Universal can’t complain)–
    As Epcot’s Innoventions still feels like it should be about -real- upcoming technology, and not just fantasy movie re-creation.

  3. Don

    Kind of sad, a monorail sticker and some costumes and that is what gets Disney fans excited.
    This is an amazing franchise that needs a e-ticket ride riveling Universal Studios Spiderman!

    1. Fred

      This exhibit could very well be Disney’s way of testing the waters for the rumored Iron Man ride to replace Disneyland’s Innoventions.

  4. Jeff Lynch

    I had never even heard of Iron Man until the first movie came out. I liked the movie, but it wasn’t the best thing ever. Then they made the second movie and I can’t even remember what happened in it. They have another Iron Man movie coming out again and it looks like, yet again, that some bad guy wants to get his hands on the Iron Man suit. That’s what every movie is about. One movie of that was enough.

    So, I don’t know how excited I would be for an Iron Man attraction at Disneyland. I think it would be loud and dark with strobe lights and they’d probably have the car guests ride in shake around or whatever. But I don’t know of too many people who have an emotional connection with Iron Man or Tony Shark or whoever.

    1. Leulah

      Well, the race for the suits is inspired by the idea of a modern-day arms race. Personally, I love the movies (and the rest of the MCU. While I don’t think there should be an IM ride, I do think that Innoventions should be entirely converted to the Stark Expo.

  5. James

    Many people have been very curious as to how Marvel would/should/could fit into the parks. Disney really deals with themes, and so there is not a lot of places to put them in existing locations. They almost need their own park (which I hear they’re doing in Dubai).

    Iron Man is arguably the most popular Marvel hero (in part due to RDjr.), short of Spiderman. This is a very safe move, and it does relate to the area it is being placed.

    Just wish they could have Marvel at WDW…

    1. Leulah

      Right! I’m kinda sick of all the Pixar stuff being thrown into WDW’s tomorrowland. The MCU, though, seems to take place in the recent future (my guess is 15 years or so), which I think makes it a wonderful fit.

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