Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Disneyland Paris to Close In September for Iron Man Attraction

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Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith will close September 2, 2019 to make way for the new Iron Man themed overlay of the attraction.

First announced at D23 Expo Japan, the attraction will be totally reimagined as a high-speed, hyper-kinetic adventure, in which guests will team up with Iron Man and their favorite Avengers.

The Walt Disney Studios Park attraction opened March 16th, 2002 as the second installation of the ride, behind the opening of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Hollywood Studios.

Rock 'n' Roller Coaster avec Aerosmith in Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Paris, April 2018.

Guests will have until September 1 to take one last ride with Steven Tyler in Paris!

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Mike
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Mike

A shame. The themeing of this attraction is superior to the one in Florida. Its a much more visual story telling as you aren’t flying by signs that light up when you drive by. The iron man over lay could be quite interesting. Can’t wait.

Matthew Farrell
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Matthew Farrell

thankfully contractually this can never come to Florida. granted i do want to see the ride made better. flavor of the month IP though? no thanks how about giving imagineering some legs again.

Six flags Batman overlay
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Six flags Batman overlay

A Dr Stange coaster could be a great overlay for Florida if done right. If you got to travel through the different realms and time with different music and upside down cities. The end when the coaster stops could be the star field effect from new figment. They could also keep the 40s LA theming and make it a quantum physics research lab trying to split the atom to win the war. Add a massage chair and some zen candles to the giffshop and reap in the profits. A Pixar overlay makes no sense. Trick kids and families into going… Read more »

Nate
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Nate

Wish this could be done in Florida. Would love to see Hollywood Studios get a Marvel Land. Too bad Universal still owns the rights.