‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Ride Coming to Disneyland

Guardians of the Galaxy

Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” are going to Disneyland.

Kevin Feige, head of Marvel Studios, announced at Comic-Con on Saturday that the superhero blockbuster would get its own ride at the L.A. amusement park, beginning in 2017.

Dubbed “Mission – Breakout!,” the “Guardians” attraction will take over the space previously occupied by the Tower of Terror at Disney California Adventure, and drop guests directly into the story alongside characters from the comic books and the blockbuster films.

“The incredibly talented Disney Imagineering team has found a way to harness the spirit which drove Guardians of the Galaxy’s success to create this immersive experience,” Feige said.

Watch Disney’s behind-the-scenes video:


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  1. Sara says:

    As much as I love Twilight Zone, I’m very interested to see what they do especially since it looks like Joe Rohde is leading it! He was the lead designer on Animal Kingdom and Aulani resort in Hawaii. He’s a total creative genius with so much passion for the magic he creates.

  2. S says:

    What in the actual hell is up with that guy?

  3. Thomas says:

    I will not renew my AP because of this. The guy in the video makes me sick. How could you take away ToT for Marvel? So sad. We don’t want cheap superhero attractions. There are ten other projects that should be higher priority than destroying the best ride in DCA.

  4. Cheryl says:

    For those of us who grew up watching “The Twlight Zone,” this is one of the worst decisions ever made by Disney executives. Why the fascination with superheroes? Rod Serling was a genius and will continue to live on in our collective memories…long after the cartoonish superheroes are tossed aside like broken dolls.

    • Melia says:

      Superheroes have been around longer than Twilight Zone. Superman 1938, Batman & Wonder Woman 1939. Wondering when this almost 80 year fad wil die out.

  5. Brian says:

    So its a ride about a guy with a messed up ear? I really had a hard time paying attention.

  6. IT--II--IT says:


    AMERICA and the world are –clearly– being PULLED

    KEEP gripping that joy stick in the INTEL RUN franchise slum !

    – – — SHMUCKS ! – – —

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