Superheroes assembled to celebrate the dedication of Avengers Campus Wednesday night in a ceremony at Disney California Adventure Park. Teaming up with Iron Man, Spider-Man, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Black Panther and more, Disney CEO Bob Chapek unveiled the new land, which opens to the public at the Disneyland Resort on June 4, 2021.
In a live-stream event to dedicate Avengers Campus, Chapek was joined in front of Avengers Headquarters near the shining Quinjet by Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro and Marvel Studios President/Marvel Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige, along with Paul Rudd, star of the “Ant-Man” films, Anthony Mackie from the hit Disney+ series “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” and “Iron Man” director and actor Jon Favreau.
“On behalf of our Cast of Super Heroes, I couldn’t be more excited to welcome our guests to this epic new land,” said Ken Potrock, president of the Disneyland Resort. “Just as Avengers come together for the common good, the Disneyland Resort is ready to power up with Anaheim and Southern California to drive tourism, rebuild businesses and strengthen our communities.”
The new land was designed by Walt Disney Imagineering in collaboration with the teams that guide the Avengers franchise.
Guests have the chance to witness Spider-Man literally swinging high above Avengers Campus. That leads them to the new attraction, WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure,which takes guests on an interactive escapade Guests will also train with Black Panther and Wakanda’s elite guards, the Dora Milaje; team up to save the Guardians of the Galaxy from The Collector’s Fortress.
While exploring Avengers Campus, visitors may encounter Iron Man in his new armor, the Mark 80. Ant-Man and The Wasp, along with Okoye, appear for the first time at the Disneyland Resort and Doctor Strange will train recruits in the ways of the mystic arts at an Ancient Sanctum. Black Widow, Black Panther, Thor, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America and Captain Marvel are among those joining the action.
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