Marvel Land Will Soon Open At Disneyland's California Adventure

Brenda Watkins
June 15, 2019

Permits filed just this week show expansion of the former "a bug's land" area of the park to add a new Spiderman attraction, new retail space, bathrooms, character meet-and-greet areas, and a microbrewery/restaurant.

The theme park has officially secured the permits it needs from the city of Anaheim to continue construction on Marvel Land, The Los Angeles Times reported. Disney kind of has a conflict of interest here, because by its own admission, it sells Star Wars costumes in the park, but "some of the items sold in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge can not be worn inside the land".

"It's the right cross and then an uppercut that knocks the market out".

The expansion should come as no surprise, considering the popularity of the Marvel movie universe is now worth. And that's also why Disney does not have the rights to use the Marvel name and characters at Walt Disney World.

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Since buying the Marvel brand in 2009 for $4 billion from Lucasfilm, Disney has slowly begun integrating its characters into its brand, according to TravelPulse. The idea of going enter a new Marvel land for many fans of the comics and the MCU is something that will undoubtedly be a huge hit once completed. The Walt Disney company probably has that amount stuck between the sofa cushions. That's why there's a store in Disney Springs that sells Marvel merchandise, but it's called Super Hero Headquarters.

The attraction closed in September past year and work on its replacement is now being carried out behind a temporary wall with the words "Stark Industries" emblazoned across it - the fictitious tech empire led by Iron Man's alter ego, Tony Stark. That new land will get a Spider Man-themed ride, which Disney is billing as an "immersive, interactive experience".

According to the Times, Disney officials declined to comment on the specifics of the other attractions in the land.

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