Hot on the heels of the arrival of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland, there’s a brand new Marvel expansion coming to the theme park in Anaheim, California. The park is already host to Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout, the redesign of the classic Twilight Zone Tower of Terror attraction, but soon it will have an entire land dedicated to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the form of Avengers Campus. A new piece of concept art reveals the lay of the land, along with news of a summer 2020 opening. Read More »
It appears that even though Spider-Man may no longer appear in future Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, the movies may be spinning a WEB of their own without him. WEB, aka the Worldwide Engineering Brigade, is a part of Disney’s theme park narrative that’s tied in to Avengers Campus, the new Marvel-themed land coming to Disney’s California Adventure and Disneyland Paris. WEB is a fictional company within the parks that was created by Tony Stark, and during today’s D23 presentation, it was revealed that the organization is going to be incorporated into upcoming comics and movies.
Get the details on that below, and check out some new concept art from the Spider-Man attraction, Pym Kitchen, and more.
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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge lets you fly the Millennium Falcon, so it only makes sense that when the upcoming Avengers Campus attraction opens at Disney’s California Adventure, you’ll be able to take out a certain Marvel vehicle for a spin.
At The D23 Expo’s panel about upcoming Disney Parks attractions, a new ride was announced that will let you step onboard a Quinjet, one of the signature vehicles of The Avengers, to fly alongside Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in a battle down in Wakanda and more. Basically, it sounds like Marvel’s version of Star Tours with a little bit of the Millennium Falcon Smuggler’s Run attraction thrown in for good measure, but the ride itself might offer a new kind of experience. Check out some concept art of the Disneyland Avengers Quinjet ride below. Read More »
D23 Expo 2019 gives us a sneak preview at the future of Disney theme parks including Marvel and Star Warsa, a look at the art of costume design from Walt Disney Archives, and the future of the Disney+ streaming service. Watch our D23 Expo video tour.
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