PHOTOS: New Marvel Avengers Campus Vertical Construction Intrudes on Cars Land at Disney California Adventure

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Work is really starting to progress on Avengers Campus coming to Disney California Adventure and we have some pictoral evidence of vertical construction. Slated to open in 2020, this Avengers-themed land will open in phases, much like Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, with the E-Ticket Avengers ride opening long after the land debuts.

Today we have photos of vertical construction over by Cars Land, and you will see that vertical construction is happening all over Avengers Campus. You can read more about the layout of the land here.

While the location of this new vertical construction behind Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters leads us to believe that this is a backstage facility, it is disheartening to see ruined sight-lines in Cars Land. I hope they theme whatever this is.

Near where the Doctor Strange show and the Avengers Gift Shop is slated to be, we can see a metal structure peaking up over the fence as well. It seems they just don’t about the Marvel Land intruding on the well-themed PIXAr area. I know Tower of Terror never fit in, but there wasn’t much they could do about that. A new build is something you can strategically plan out.

I don’t want to even talk about W.E.B. Industries (home of the Spider-Man attraction) taking over the entire backdrop of Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree.

The Spider-Man facade is coming along, as it should since the ride is scheduled to open next year.

A crane looms over Cars Land.

Walls, walls are everywhere for Avengers Campus construction.

The first part of Avengers Campus is slated to open in 2020, so are you ready to get your superhero on?

 

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David Schroeder
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David Schroeder

Yes, I am concerned about the very tight borders between Cars Land and Avengers. The sight lines are worrisome, and the audio overlap from the Mater ride will be very difficult to avoid. I’m sure they have some sort of plans to seal things off, but — boy — it will be a challenge.

Aaron
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Aaron

Don’t worry, they’ll theme it.

Tom Corless
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Tom Corless

I hope so.

Mike G
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Mike G

It’s already themed as a gigantic pile of 💩

DCA CM
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DCA CM

Maybe give them a chance to create sight lines instead of making a judgement about what they will be like from the steel framing

Tom Corless
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Tom Corless

Based on all of their other current projects around the world, I can’t imagine it will be addressed. They seem to not factor those thing in anymore, but we will certainly mention it if they do.

Jessica Messica
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Jessica Messica

I mean, the sight lines are a little weird, but we all found a way to deal with The Christmas Crane. It’s just one of the “real world” elements Disney can’t always keep out.

Mike G
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Mike G

Tower of Terror fit in way more than the turd that is there now. This Marvel nonsense isn’t needed at the “former” DCA