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  1. According to OutsideEars, the Iron Man coaster will be called Avengers Assemble: Flight Force. An opening date will be anounced within 10 days from now.

  2. zachary198921 is online now Curious Chap
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    Just a short walk away from Avengers Campus, work has started to make the magic of “Frozen” come to life!

    Here’s what to expect:

    When you arrive at the heart of the park, you’ll be immersed in the same wintery atmosphere experienced during the movies. Elsa’s Ice Castle, which will stand at the top of a 131-foot-high snow-covered mountain, can be admired from afar. Many new experiences await you in this magical land including a new attraction that will take guests on a journey accompanied by the iconic “Frozen” characters.
    The village — with its Norwegian-inspired architectural style — will be home to both a shop and a restaurant that will serve meals with a Nordic touch.
    Additionally, guests will have the opportunity to meet their favorite characters during a royal meet and greet.


    Picture a beautiful promenade surrounded by lush landscape, green walkways and themed gardens – the perfect spot for magical daydreams. Not only will you walk along this promenade to gain access to the Kingdom of Arendelle, it will also serve as a transition to the new theme-based areas that will surround the future lake, completely transforming the park’s current atmosphere.

    If you’re feeling hungry, a stylish table-service restaurant with an Art Nouveau design will serve as the perfect place to refuel. With spectacular panoramic views of the lake and special meet-and-greet opportunities with a selection of fan-favorite Disney characters, this restaurant will offer fun and relaxation for the whole family.


    https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2022/04/frozen-inspired-land-coming-into-view-at-walt-disney-studios-park-in-paris/

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  4. Interior of Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure revealed and the Iron Man attraction from the guests’ POV.



  5. Avengers Campus circular entrance has been installed.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/Ca9v7iDOwUN/?utm_medium=copy_link



  6. Worldwide Engineering Brigade has arrived at Avengers Campus Paris.

    Source: Photo by me

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    Construction progress is going fast. Theming is starting on Pym Test Kitchen as we saw the final coating on the wall and new themed tubes, Iron Man is almost finished, Mission Control is almost finished, Spider Man will be almost finished, and the other restaurant is going fast as well, not seeing visible progress doesn’t mean construction progress is going slow, construction is full of many little steps not necessarily visible, and "few months" was the words used by Disneyland Paris.
    Exactly. With Iron Man for example, we only saw the frame for the LED panels for quite a while, and then suddenly the entire facade was done in just a few weeks. I think the same will happen with the Spider-Man and PYM facade. And also, don't forget a lot is probably going on on the inside, we just don't see it yet.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by aTrueDisneyFan View Post
    If you call half a year a few months... then ok.

    Construction progress is going extremely slow:



    Construction progress is going fast. Theming is starting on Pym Test Kitchen as we saw the final coating on the wall and new themed tubes, Iron Man is almost finished, Mission Control is almost finished, Spider Man will be almost finished, and the other restaurant is going fast as well, not seeing visible progress doesn’t mean construction progress is going slow, construction is full of many little steps not necessarily visible, and "few months" was the words used by Disneyland Paris.

  9. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Just returned from Paris where Walt Disney Imagineering showed us the Marvel Quinjet used by Shield that landed last week at the Avengers Campus at Disneyland Paris. We've seen the plans, blueprints and construction site. The behind the scenes progress is amazing! The Iron Man roller coaster transformation is more than just a retheming of the building, the trains, and the show. I'm wondering why that is kept so secret? I know that most of the behind the scenes works have a high nondisclosure level, but I'm happy to share some amazing pictures from last week. Also, the merchandising from Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products will be incredible! The Avengers Campus is in the news and media regularly but the two themed areas included in the Walt Disney Studios Park is worth mentioning! The Frozen Arendelle and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge construction site is the biggest construction site in a theme park I've ever seen. And I have visited and worked at uncountable numbers of construction sites in many theme parks worldwide. I share with you a photo of the size of the main site and the entrance to the new areas. The blueprints and plans showed me the works to be done, and the delay of supply of building materials is slowing down the process.








    Source: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/melanymaximus_paris-marvel-quinjet-activity-6893894438070886400-jMv7

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