Disneyland Announces Iron Man Experience

Iron Man Experience

Iron Man Experience Concept Art (Photo Courtesy of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts)

Disney’s deal with Marvel has resulted in another cross-over project: Iron Man Experience. The new ride is the first Disney attraction based on a Marvel character and will debut in Hong Kong Disneyland’s Tomorrowland in late 2016. Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Tom Staggs announced the upcoming attraction saying the new Iron Man Experience will include a progression of Tony Stark’s Iron Man suits and “many other Stark innovations.”
 
Per the official announcement: “Upon entering the ride vehicle our guests will be able to take flight with Iron Man on an epic adventure that not surprisingly pits Iron Man, and our guests, against the forces of evil. This adventure will take place in the streets and skies of Hong Kong, which will make an even more unique and special experience for our Hong Kong Disneyland guests. In addition, guests will be able to meet and take photos with Iron Man.”
 
“As I’ve often said, one of the greatest things about Disney is the treasure trove of characters and rich stories we have to draw upon for the immersive experiences we provide our guests around the world,” added Staggs. “With Marvel joining the Disney family in 2009, our character and story base grew even further, and the anticipation for how Marvel comes to life in our parks and resorts continues to energize our guests and cast.”
 
Iron Man Experience Concept Art

Iron Man Experience Concept Art (Photo Courtesy of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts)

Iron Man Experience Poster

Iron Man Experience Poster (Photo Courtesy of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts)

 

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Source: Disney Parks Blog

Rebecca Murray

Editor in Chief at ShowbizJunkies
Journalist covering the entertainment industry for more than 13 years. Member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and San Diego Film Critics Society.

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