Tom Holland and Brie Larson Announce Returns to Marvel at Avengers Campus
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken the globe by storm! As of now, the MCU is the largest film franchise of all time, and it is only growing in terms of both content and fandom. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was a recent box office sensation, while Moon Knight had a successful six-episode run on Disney+. Avengers Campus, a Marvel-themed section at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, has added to the enjoyment. While not formally part of the MCU canon, Avengers Campus is significantly influenced by its numerous episodes and movies.
The park has Marvel-themed meals and even meet-and-greets with popular characters like Thor and Iron Man. In addition to the California Campus, which will open in 2021, Disneyland Paris will have its own Avengers-themed section, which will debut this summer.
Disney has begun advertising for the much-touted park expansion, and they’ve sought the services of some recognizable personalities.
The Avengers Campus will include Spider-Man and Captain Marvel.
Disney has announced (via Laughing Place) that the Disneyland Paris section of Marvel’s Avengers Campus will open on July 20. Aside from the date confirmation, a new video starring MCU actors Brie Larson and Tom Holland has been published, promising all the fun that can be had at the park. Here are some stills from the video as well as some advertising images:
Marvel superheroes such as Black Panther, Doctor Strange, and Black Widow stand erect in front of a Quinjet:
While a throng watches, Iron Man works on his invention. Captain Marvel may also be shown on the displays that surround Tony Stark:
A family takes a photo with Iron Man!
Black Panther and Black Widow face the perilous Taskmaster from Black Widow: 2021.
Gamora watches a young girl compete in a dance-off with Star-Lord, possibly in disappointment or admiration:
Brie Larson, the actress who plays Captain Marvel, talks audiences about Avengers Campus.
Disney Parks Avengers Campus video still with Tom Holland
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Not only will the Paris Avengers Campus include many of the same attractions and rides as the California counterpart, but it will also have a new ride featuring Iron Man and Captain Marvel, in which Brie Larson will reprise her role.
However, that is not the end of Marvel at Disney Parks, since Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind has also opened at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Star-Lord, Gamora, and Drax make cameos on the roller coaster, as do Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldaa, and Dave Bautista.
Of course, Walt Disney World would have more Marvel-themed attractions, but Marvel theme park attractions in Florida are owned by Universal Studios. When Disney debuted its Guardians coaster at the Orlando-area park, they clearly found a loophole.