Marvel-themed lands coming to three Disney parks in 2020

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Marvel is promising "a completely immersive Super Hero universe" at Disney's California Adventure park, which will build on the successful launch of Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: Breakout! from a year ago.

California's Disneyland will add new Avengers and Spider-Man experiences to the park in 2020.

Today, Disney and Marvel formally announced plans for a Marvel-themed area that will be coming to Disney California Adventure, joining the already-open Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: BREAKOUT!

The Parks blog also released a short video and three great posters for the different parks getting Marvel attractions. The new area will be taking over the space now occupied by A Bug's Land, a short sliver of ground that features a few kid-friendly carnival rides themed to A Bug's Life. This will soon be joined by Spider-Man and the Avengers in what will become a completely immersive universe that will take over the spot now occupied by "A Bug's Land" (sorry Bug's Life fans). This expanded presence will begin recruiting guests in 2020, furthering the evolution of Disney California Adventure park.

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The park will also be hosting Marvel Summer of Super Heroes from June 10 to September 30, where heroes will take the stage for a live-action production "featuring cutting-edge special effects and spectacular projections".

Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Doctor Strange are among the characters teased for the new Marvel land area at Disneyland.

Disneyland Paris will have a new ride that will allow guests to team up with Iron Man and the Avengers on an adventure.

The current attraction that replaced the Hollywood Tower of Terror has become the "highest-rated" attraction at Disneyland Resort since its 2017 overhaul, the park said.