it dosnt seem to be much but it may be a prototype of something if we are seeing experiences like this in the states it needs some more authentic scenery and some more intuitive methods of guest interaction, disney may deliver on this but for now what hong kong has gotten is just ok for what i can see
Exactly – this is just the beginning. Look for another article on ITM soon on how Disney and Marvel are working together to continue creating unique experiences like this.
What language do they use? I would think English with Cantonese and Mandarin to cover all bases. I’m surprised the meet and greet is not part of the experience. Photos should be part of the experience. At Disneyland in Anaheim, the Thor meet and greet had an excellent pre-show.
Now that I’ve seen it, Cantonese with American actors speaking English. Inadvertently, it hints at how Marvel Land will come to California Adventure. The Collector’s Fortress makes sense in this context. Hong Kong got the second copy with the glass cases. The show also had an expanded fight scene from the Avengers Training Initiative, but using a screen like Mission Breakout. Lots of borrowing. Overall, I felt it was a bit tired especially if you saw the movies and went of Summer of Heroes in California Adventure. Nothing new.
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