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Avengers Campus Opening June 4, 2021 (DCA)

Cup_Of_Coffee

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Aug 7, 2018
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They should've done just an Avengers ride/experience. Make it as big as Rise and have that be it, no need for an entire land here. Disney is proving they can't do these massive single IP focused driven lands, SWGE while not a failure certainly hasn't been what they thought or wanted (many factors at play for low attendance), and I haven't read outside these boards but I can't imagine this is getting many people excited. I legit love the MCU so I'm excited for the Avengers ride but this all seems so cheap and boring
 

SkiBum

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Dec 14, 2012
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Cincinnati, OH
They should've done just an Avengers ride/experience. Make it as big as Rise and have that be it, no need for an entire land here. Disney is proving they can't do these massive single IP focused driven lands, SWGE while not a failure certainly hasn't been what they thought or wanted (many factors at play for low attendance), and I haven't read outside these boards but I can't imagine this is getting many people excited. I legit love the MCU so I'm excited for the Avengers ride but this all seems so cheap and boring
Completely agree. Plus, they could add more rides instead of one ride and some placesetting.
 
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GadgetGuru

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Dec 2, 2011
2,452
Seattle, WA
I’m hoping Spider-Man turns out to be the next Buzz Lightyear ride.

Buzz Lightyear isn’t a great ride, but man, it is fun. It might be the most fun ride in the resort for me. Short lines, a lot happening, great interactivity.

If they can bring in the same level of whimsy that Buzz has, I’ll be a fan.
 

Cup_Of_Coffee

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Aug 7, 2018
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At this point just wait and open this whole area with the Avengers ride, postpone it literally years lol. Half joking and half serious here
 

JawsVictim

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Nov 3, 2015
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Avengers ride will still happen. They’ll still need new attractions to advertise in two years once tourism picks back up.
 

Freak

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Jan 10, 2013
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No man's land: SoCal
Avengers ride will still happen. They’ll still need new attractions to advertise in two years once tourism picks back up.
Being that they already showed concept art for it at D23 and the GP is going arrive and be like, “hey, where’s the Avengers ride for the Avengers land?” They’re gonna have to do it. Semi-announcing a ride for later that’s already expected from several GP is not really something you can just brush under the rug.
 

Joe

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Feb 15, 2012
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Pittsburgh, PA
Being that they already showed concept art for it at D23 and the GP is going arrive and be like, “hey, where’s the Avengers ride for the Avengers land?” They’re gonna have to do it. Semi-announcing a ride for later that’s already expected from several GP is not really something you can just brush under the rug.
History has not proven this out.

See: Africa pavilion preview during Epcot opening tv special, heavy promotion of Beastley Kingdomme in TV specials and souvenir videos, the preview and huge model of Western River Expedition, Muppet Studios and Maroon Studios announcements for D-MGM...
 

Tobias

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Feb 25, 2014
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Being that they already showed concept art for it at D23 and the GP is going arrive and be like, “hey, where’s the Avengers ride for the Avengers land?” They’re gonna have to do it. Semi-announcing a ride for later that’s already expected from several GP is not really something you can just brush under the rug.
History has not proven this out.

See: Africa pavilion preview during Epcot opening tv special, heavy promotion of Beastley Kingdomme in TV specials and souvenir videos, the preview and huge model of Western River Expedition, Muppet Studios and Maroon Studios announcements for D-MGM...
An if you want a recent example, the Main Street Theater in WDW. Announced right at D23 and swept under the rug not too long afterwards.
Gotta' be unfortunately blunt here, if it's not under construction...it could very well be put under the rug since Disney is no stranger to going gunshy in times like this.