Armageddon – Les Effets Speciaux officially closed on April 1st this year, and with it came the start of construction on the new Marvel themed-land and further expansion into Walt Disney Studios Paris.
The Marvel-themed land in Disneyland Paris will have an Ant-Man eatery and Doctor Strange show, as well as a Spider-Man attraction and an Iron Man roller coaster. We were able to get a peek at some concept art of the new land, which will be tied together with a story to other new Marvel Lands at parks around the globe.
And here’s a look at what the scene currently looks like:
Half of the street is walled off, but guests can still get to Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster and the eateries in the area until September.
Armageddon is now closed and the facade cleared off as work commences on the Spider-Man attraction.
Construction walls are covered with “Recruitment Begins” advertisements.
Signage on the walls directs guests to whatever is actually open.
The Armageddon building seems mostly intact, except for this spot where the signage was once attached.
The “garage” at Moteurs, Action!, has been walked off, guests now enter that show over by the Studio Tram Tour and Tower of Terror.
This area almost was Spider-Man’s friendly neighborhood, but plans changed.
Walls go right between Rock ‘N’ Rollercoaster and Moteurs, Action!
Here’s the temporary entrance between Studio Tram Tour and Studio Tram Tour for Moteurs, Action!
A few days later, we noticed that an Incredible Hulk sign was added to construction walls in the area.
The MARVEL themed land is scheduled to open in phases in Walt Disney Studios Paris as part of the park’s ongoing expansion.