A new area planned for Disney California Adventure Park will bring characters from the Marvel universe to the Anaheim resort, the companies announced in a "sneak peek" at their plans Tuesday. This new attraction will join the Iron Man Experience, which opened in 2017 and is already the most popular attraction at the resort.
It's not just "Star Wars" that will be invading Disney parks. The new area will be taking over the space now occupied by A Bug's Land, a short sliver of ground that features a few kid-friendly carnival rides themed to A Bug's Life.
The left photo shows how the Hollywood Tower of Terror Hotel was transformed into a "Guardians of the Galaxy" ride.
The new parks will include rides, attractions and experiences that center around heroes such as Spider-Man, Iron Man, The Wasp and Ant-Man, among many others.
The Avengers attractions will take over "A Bug's Land", which is based on Pixar's "A Bug's Life" movie.
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After the conversion of the Hollywood Tower of Terror ride to the Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout! ride a year ago, the company announced it will shutter its A Bug's Life-themed park later this summer to make way for Marvel Land. That's the second park at Disneyland Resort, right across the esplanade from the original Disneyland. It will join the existing Iron Man Experience in Hong Kong Disneyland, which Marvel claims has been the most popular part since its launch a year ago.
In an expansion that is estimated to take several years, Disneyland Paris will add a new attraction in which guests can team with Captain America and other Avengers.
The superhero-themed locations will be open to guests starting in 2020.
Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Doctor Strange are among the characters teased for the new Marvel land area at Disneyland. It will join the park's previous Iron Man Experience, which opened in 2017.