Avengers area to open in Disneyland, will feature Spider-Man and a shawarma cart

A brand new Avengers-themed area that includes a Spider-Man trip, roaming superheroes and a shawarma meals cart will open at Walt Disney Co’s Disneyland Resort in California on June 4, the top of the company’s parks division stated on Thursday.

The debut will come weeks after the resort in Anaheim, about 35 miles southeast of Los Angeles, begins welcoming again company for the primary time in a year beginning on April 30.

Disneyland, the unique Disney theme park, and neighboring California Adventure have been closed in March 2020 to assist stop unfold of the novel coronavirus. The shutdown thwarted plans to open the Avengers Campus in July 2020.

Josh D’Amaro, chairman of Disney parks, experiences and merchandise, introduced the brand new opening date as he provided a glimpse of the Avengers sights throughout a pre-taped video proven to reporters.

In a new Spider-Man trip known as “Web Slingers,” which mixes bodily and digital environments, company will group with Spidey to seize out-of-control Spider-Bots.

“You will swear Peter Parker’s right there,” stated Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, referring to Spider-Man’s alter ego.

A swinging Spider-Man character additionally will carry out acrobatics above the park’s rooftops. The character is a “stuntronic” robotic designed to carry out somersaults whereas flying 60 toes in the air, Disney stated.

Black Panther, Black Widow, Doctor Strange, Iron Man additionally will be discovered in the park, in addition to a Quinjet, a complicated plane utilized by the Avengers.

“There’s only one place you can see one of our Quinjets,” Feige stated. “It’s either in the movie or it’s here.”

Food choices will embrace a cart providing shawarma, a nod to a scene on the finish of the 2012 “Avengers” film when varied superheroes ate the Middle Eastern dish collectively after saving the world.

Visitors to Disneyland will want advance reservations and should observe Covid-19 security precautions together with carrying masks and social distancing.

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