With the impending end of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Three comes grief for a lot of fans of the franchise. If you’re one of these fans, you were probably both excited and bummed about Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, since it was a huge and amazing spectacle and an instant classic, but at the same time it saw the end of some of our favorite heroes. But cheer up! You may have more to look forward to from the franchise after all, insofar as Disney, the company responsible for bringing smiles onto our faces for decades and the Marvel movies onto the big screen, is reportedly building a Marvel-themed attraction at their California Adventure theme park.
The City of Anaheim has reportedly granted Disneyland the necessary permits for the construction of the $14-million attraction, which is set to replace A Bug’s Land, an older attraction based on the 1998 movie A Bug’s Life that is currently being demolished to make way for the newer, more relevant “Marvel Land” (not its official name).
Three more Marvel-themed attractions are currently under construction at Walt Disney Studios Park, Paris, Epcot Theme Park, Florida, and Hong Kong Disneyland. Such attractions are expected to be opened to the public in 2020, 2021, and 2023, respectively.
While the Anaheim attraction has not yet been officially named, it is already drawing a lot of attention and excitement, especially from children and the child-at-heart, as its movie counterparts did in the past 10 years.