Bob Iger Confirms New IP-Based Attractions for Disneyland Paris

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During a financial call, CEO Bob Iger said they were ready to “incorporate most popular IPs at Disneyland Paris.”

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The Walt Disney Company has had a considerable increase in earnings during the first quarter of this financial year. The Parks & Resorts sector was the biggest factor in that increase, with a jump of 13% to $5.2 billion in revenue for the parks and an operating income of $1.3 billion. Higher guest spending was due to higher prices on tickets, food merchandise and hotel rooms.

In March last year, a shareholders document mentioned a ten year plan for the resort with €2.1 billion to spend. The document also specifically stated Marvel attractions and entertainment to be added to Walt Disney Studios Park.

Just before the D23 Expo last year, there were more rumors of a Marvel expansion being added to Studios Park, especially after the resort was brought into full ownership of The Walt Disney Company. A likely assumption is the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror being transformed into Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission Breakout!

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More Star Wars could also be added to Discoveryland in Disneyland Park, alongside Star Tours and Hyperspace Mountain.

The last new attraction in Disneyland Paris was Ratatouille: The Adventure in 2014, so whatever the addition, there is no doubt that it will be welcomed.



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