Avengers -- and any non-superheroes who've shelled out for a Disneyland ticket -- assemble.
Avengers Campus, the Marvel-themed land within Disneyland's California Adventure, officially has an opening date: July 18, 2020. Not only that, but Disney has announced that Tom Holland will reprise his role as Spider-Man in an all-new ride, WEB Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure.
Like all Marvel universes, this one has an interconnected story: The site is a former Stark Industries complex that Tony Stark (played onscreen by Robert Downey Jr, though whether he appears within the park is TBD) offered up as a training campus for the next generation of heroes.
Avengers Campus is billed as a "fully immersive land" featuring two rides: The Spidey attraction, which has superheroes-in-training assisting Peter in stopping the Spider-Bots wreaking havoc on the campus, and Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout!, the MCU-branded revamp of Tower of Terror that has been up and running since 2017.
Other attractions will include Avengers Headquarters -- where guests have a chance to witness Captain America, Black Panther and Black Widow face their villainous foes and train alongside Okoye and the Dora Milaje. New recruits at Avengers Campus may also spot Spider-Man flipping 60-65 feet in the air above the rooftop of the WEB building, have heroic encounters with Iron Man in his new armor, Captain Marvel, Ant-Man and The Wasp, Doctor Strange, the Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor, and get a first look at Black Widow's villainous Taskmaster.
Parkgoers will also be able to visit Doctor Strange's Sanctum for a "once-in-infinite-lifetimes chance to learn the secrets of the mystic arts" and nosh at the Pym Test Kitchen -- with a menu of gigantized and shrunken snacks -- or the trusty shawarma cart. And when you've had your fix of that superhero life, just bop on over to Galaxy's Edge to spend time with the gang from Star Wars.