Disney has announced many more wonders this weekend at its D23 Expo conference, that it's about movies and shows, or theme park attractions in Disney parks, which now dot the world. Here in Southern California, we have a new Marvel Field: the Avengers Campus, which will open next year in the area formerly called A Bug's Land. Here is a brief overview of what to expect:
Despite the failure of negotiations between Sony and Sony when it is time to work together on future Spider-Man movies, Spidey will be on the display of the first film announced for Avengers Campus . It is housed in the building of the World Engineering Brigade – aka "WEB". (We see what you did there, Disney, and it suits us.)
This is an open day at WEB. Future inventors invite visitors to a test drive of a vehicle dubbed the "Web Slinger". You'll have access to websites, virtual super-powers, and help Spider-Man collect Spider-Bots.
And what would a new outing be without a gift shop / a chance for you to shell out your wallet in exchange for an endless supply of branded products? We have not received many details, but the WEB providers seem to be here to meet your Spidey product needs.
FIGHT FOR THE AVENGERS
The campus is centered around the Avengers' headquarters, which will hold the second major tour of the country. A bit like the rise of Star Wars resistance: The Disneyland Galaxy, this will not open until Phase 2 of the ground construction. Once that's done, you'll have to board a Quinjet Avengers and participate in a gigantic battle including a trip to Wakanda from Black Panther.
They promise that you will face one of the most powerful villains of the Avengers – we put our money on Thanos, but we will have to wait to find out.
Disney also promises that the ride will feature a new ride system that has never been used before – concept art means that your seat is used as a kind of jet / weapon-type device, turning you into a combo of Rocketeer and War Machine. .
MEET YOUR HERO
Dr. Strange lives in his Sanctum Sanctorum, but part of the Avengers' campus will be a California Sanctum (we missed him in the movies). You will explore the ruins of this sanctuary, and it will also be part of a live show staging the "mysteries of the multiverse", according to Insider.
Characters available to meet and greet across the country include Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, Ant-Man, Wasp, other Wakanda superheroes and Thor's Asgard, and at the times of Iron Man and Black Widow – I guess the park is featuring ghosts? (OOPS, End of Game spoilers, Sorryyyyyy.) The Avengers will also appear in person on the roofs of the Avengers' HQ.
As far as food is concerned, the big restaurant will be the Pym Test Kitchen, which will use Pym Tech to grow and reduce food. This is a nice tribute to the history of the region like A Bug's Land – we would not be surprised to see more specific tributes to this story here too.
The worldwide reach of Disney is being translated into its theme parks, with a scenario connecting our Avengers campus to the one inaugurated at Disneyland Paris. They promise the parks will connect with a global story, with Avengers using the sites to recruit the next generation of heroes.
"In a way, these new campuses look like the Avengers themselves: a group of diverse people who have come together for the same purpose," Disney Artistic Director Scot Drake said in a news release. . "This collection of unique addresses, each dedicated to a different discipline, has come together to defend the next generation of heroes."
However, the location of Disneyland Paris is only open at a later date.
France even experiences its Marvel hotel, with an Art of Marvel theme at Disney's New York Hotel. The hotel will present Marvel artwork, as well as suites on the theme of Spider-Man and other heroes. No word on whether we could get something like this in the United States, but here is some hope, True Believers.