Therefore, there can't be a Marvel-themed area at Disney World.
Across the globe at Disneyland Paris, an "Iron Man" ride will open at Walt Disney Studios Park in 2020.
A sneak peek video was released on the blog on Tuesday.
To make space for the new attractions, the park is removing A Bug's Land.
The updates to the other parks seem a little more substantial, with an Iron Man and The Avengers ride coming to a new Marvel-themed area in Disneyland Paris in 2020, and an Ant-Man and The Wasp attraction headed to Hong Kong Disneyland. The land will replace what is now "a bug's land" - "It's Tough to Be a Bug" closed on March 19 and the remainder of the land will close late this summer to allow for construction to begin.More news: China pledges action on tech transfer as Trump plans tariffs
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The Guardians of the Galaxy crew will be joined by Spider-Man, the Avengers and other characters from Marvel films.
California's Disneyland isn't the only park to be getting the Avengers treatment.
Guests will soon be invited to take part in Avengers and Marvel experiences at Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland. It will join the existing Iron Man Experience in Hong Kong Disneyland, which Marvel claims has been the most popular part since its launch previous year.
The park will also be hosting Marvel Summer of Super Heroes from June 10 to September 30, where heroes will take the stage for a live-action production "featuring cutting-edge special effects and spectacular projections".
The current attraction that replaced the Hollywood Tower of Terror has become the "highest-rated" attraction at Disneyland Resort since its 2017 overhaul, the park said.