RUMOUR: Early Refurb for ‘Avengers Assemble: Flight Force’ Imminent After Complaints From Executives
Marvel Avengers Campus has only just opened at Walt Disney Studios at the Disneyland Paris resort, so teething issues are to be expected. But according to a rumour posted by Outsidears, Disney executives are unhappy with one of the land’s attractions.
Avengers Assemble: Flight Force is a re-themed version of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Avec Aerosmith, which opened with Walt Disney Studios in 2002. While the queue for the reimagined attraction has received positive responses, especially the new Iron Man Audio-Animatronic, reviews for the ride itself have been mixed. According to the rumour, executives are among those displeased with the final product.
Executives from Disneyland Paris and The Walt Disney Company tested the ride before its reopening, and Disney CEO Bob Chapek and Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, Josh D’Amaro, were among those disappointed.
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Outsidears reports that a refurbishment for Flight Force is currently being worked on and will begin within the new few months, likely early 2023. Specific details on what will be changed or added are thin, but the site speculates that Imagineering may be working on adding more screens, perfecting the existing effects as well as adding new ones.
The site goes on to state that many of those who worked on the re-imagining have complained that the current state of the ride is due to their lack of budget.
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