Avengers Campus finally opens at Disneyland on June 4, complete with Spider-Man robot in the sky


After nearly a year delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Avengers Campus will finally open at Disneyland, specifically at Disney’s California Adventure Park in Anaheim, California on June 4. according to the company (through CNBC

The new area will bring Marvel Cinematic Universe characters into physical space. CNBC reported that the Avengers Campus will feature character meet-and-greets featuring Thor, Black Panther, Black Widow, and other MCU heroes (and villains). It will appear a new Spider-Man ride as well as the existing ones Guardians of the Universe rescue mission – plus the debut of the flying Spider-Man double stunt robot that has plagued the company for years.

Here’s the company’s extremely short video tour:

“We have the ultimate playground for Marvel,” said Disney Parks Chairman Josh D’Amaro CNBC. Just as fast as Kevin [Feige] and that Marvel team can create characters and create stories, we can integrate them. “

The Disney parks in Anaheim will reopen to California residents only on April 30. Long-term park closures have seriously affected Disney’s financial situation; Company thousands fired of park employees, and in the most recent fiscal quarter, Disney parks division sales fell 53 percent to $ 3.6 billion. the company reportedThe company told investors in a phone call in February that it “the total net negative impact of COVID-19 on the segment’s operating income in the quarter was approximately $ 2.6 billion.”