Disney Parks Assembling Avengers-Themed Areas

Katie Ramirez
March 24, 2018

They'll be in addition to the "Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: Breakout!" ride that took over the park's Tower of Terror ride in 2017.

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 previous year. This area will include experiences featuring Spider-Man and the Avengers. Pixar-themed lands are scheduled to open at Disneyland and Walt Disney World this summer, while Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will begin welcoming guests at both parks in 2019.

California's Disneyland isn't the only park to be getting the Avengers treatment.

The new super hero land - which has not yet been given an official name - will be anchored by the existing Guardians of the Galaxy thrill ride "Mission: BREAKOUT!" and is expected to open in 2020, Marvel and Disney said in joint press releases.

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"We know our guests love experiencing epic action and adventure alongside the Avengers and their heroic friends". But for Marvel fans, they represent another way of enjoying their favourite superheroes, while Disney continues to build brands out of its film properties.

Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Doctor Strange are among the characters teased for the new Marvel land area at Disneyland. Due to legal issues with Universal Studios, though, who owns the theme park rights to most major Marvel characters in the East, Disney will have a hard time rolling out more Marvel attractions at Disney World.

But Tuesday's announcement is one of the biggest from Disney regarding Marvel attractions at its parks. Check 'em out below, and read the full Disney Parks blog post here.

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