Disney reveals new details of Marvel attractions coming to Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris

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Disney has just revealed new details of Marvel attractions coming to Disneyland Paris and Disneyland Resort, giving guests the ability to take an active role alongside the famous Avengers superheroes in a way unlike ever before.

After Stark Expo in Hong Kong Disneyland was attacked by the forces of Hydra, the Avengers realized the Earth needs more heroes. And to better defend the planet, the Avengers are setting up new Headquarters and technology sharing exchanges at both Disneyland Resort in California and Disneyland Paris to “empower and inspire recruits willing to step up and become heroes.”

In these new attractions coming to California and Paris, Tony Stark is retrofitting two of his father’s Stark Industries sites into new hubs for training and innovation. Through partnerships with S.H.I.E.L.D., Pym Technologies, Masters of the Mystic Arts, and the new Worldwide Engineering Brigade, these new campuses will help the Avengers champion the next generation of heroes.

Scot Drake, Creative Executive, Marvel Global Portfolio, who is currently working on the project, stated that he and his team “are collaborating closely with our partners across Studios and Entertainment to create exciting experiences and attractions where you can join your favorite Super Heroes at Disney Parks and Resorts. Together, we are expanding this epic story universe in a way that, for the first time ever, will allow you to take on an active role alongside these Super Heroes.”

Some of these interconnected stories are already available, specifically, the Iron Man Experience at Hong Kong Disneyland. And beginning in March 2019, guests will join Ant-Man and Wasp in a fight against Arnim Zola and his army of evil Hydra Swarm-bots in the all-new interactive attraction Ant-Man and the Wasp: Nano Battle!

At Disney California Adventure, guests have already been helping the Guardians escape the Collector’s Fortress in Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!. Soon, in both Disney California Adventure and Disneyland Paris, guests will encounter the heroes in new ways, “from mystic arts of Doctor Strange to gravity-defying feats of Spider-Man.” In this experience, guests will get to encounter the latest in Pym technology with Ant-Man and Wasp. This experience also includes Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Captain America and more, who will leap into action during the attraction at a moment’s notice.

Are you excited for these new attractions coming to Disneyland Resort and Disneyland Paris? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Disney


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    No. It’s my opinion that Marvel has no place in Disneyland or California Adventures. I haven’t stepped foot in the latter since my favorite ride, Tower of Terror, was swapped out for Guardians of the Galaxy ..since that was the only thing that brought me to California Adventures, I don’t plan on ever visiting that park again. So thank you, I suppose, Disney, for corralling Marvel over there. If I had to lose something I truly loved, at least there was something in the enforced bargain for me.

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    I don’t think I’ve ever been as unexcited about an addition to a Disney park than now. Tower of Terror had a mysterious story, a mystique, a conceivable place in the lore of California and the many hotels in the state. Guardians of the Galaxy is a forced, shoe-horned attraction mandated because someone wanted to purchase an IP and how they have to make good on it. Marvel land continues that mindset. Let Universal Studios have the super heroes and the contrived stories of guests “helping” by riding a ride. I never understood that. I’m honestly more excited about the new parking structure and how it will hopefully help with the traffic gridlock around the park.

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