Disney details its new MCU Park

Disney will be opening a new MCU themed land at its California park in 2020, and others will follow in other countries. While the fact of the park has been known for some time, specific details were announced at the D23 Expo that runs this weekend. The Avengers will have to miss Walter Disney World in Florida, however, since Marvel sold the rights to using most of its characters in theme parks to Universal back in the 1990s.

However, regardless of what decision gets made regarding movie rights, Spider-man will be able to swing around the California park– Disney/Marvel has full park/character rights on the side of the continent.

I hope its less confusing negotiating one’s way around the actual park.

What do you think of their plans? And what would go in your Marvel Park?

3 replies on “Disney details its new MCU Park”

  1. Brian says:

    My last visit to Disneyland was in 2016 (they were just starting the build of Galaxy’s Edge). I was very impressed with Cars Land (which was the latest thing at the time), so I’m pumped to see what this is going to look like.

    Apparently, they’ve remodeled a lot of the walkways throughout the park to reduce the size of the planters and dividers so as to widen walkways and improve traffic flow throughout both parks.

  2. I’m on the east coast, in Walt Disney World. No new Marvel parks for me, but I still can hop in my TARDIS and visit 90s Marvel comics land at Universal before I pop over to Harry Potter World.

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