Marvel is promising "a completely immersive Super Hero universe" at Disney's California Adventure park, which will build on the successful launch of Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: Breakout! from past year.
Disney acquired Marvel in 2009 and has been adding Marvel-themed attractions to some of its parks since. This will join the Iron Man Experience, which already opened in 2017.
"We are excited to take the next step by immersing our guests in this ever-expanding universe - and this is only the beginning!" said Bob Chapek, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products, in a news release.
Marvel has announced that new Avengers and superhero-themed areas will be coming to Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland.
Disneyland Resort will get a "completely immersive superhero universe", with experiences centered around Spider-Man and the Avengers planned to open in 2020.
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California's Disneyland isn't the only park to be getting the Avengers treatment. This summer Disneyland Paris is hosting the Marvel Summer of Super Heroes, a new live show featuring superheroes, special effects, and projections.
At Disneyland Resort, the new Super Hero-themed land will begin recruiting guests in 2020, with even more new experiences to follow.
Disneyland Paris will have a new ride that will allow guests to team up with Iron Man and the Avengers on an adventure. It will join the existing Iron Man Experience in Hong Kong Disneyland, which Marvel claims has been the most popular part since its launch past year.
Meanwhile, Hong Kong will get an attraction that involves Ant-Man and The Wasp, whose film counterpart is out later this year.