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Disney also announced that construction of the 14-acre "Star Wars"-themed land will result in the permanent closing of Disneyland's Big Thunder Ranch.
Although no opening date has been announced, we now know Disney will break ground next year on "Star Wars"-themed lands in Anaheim and Orlando.
The estimated $100 million attraction will "take guests on an epic adventure against the forces of evil over the streets and in the sky above Hong Kong."
"Star Wars: Season of the Force" is coming to Disney Parks, along with "Toy Story Land" in Disney World and "Iron Man Experience" in Hong Kong.
Two 14-acre Star Wars lands -- one at Disneyland and one at Walt Disney World -- are officially in the works, as revealed at D23.
Rumors swirl following Disney's purchase of nearly 15 acres across the street from its Anaheim, California, resort.
The only place to buy this limited edition Marvel print is at Tomorrowland's Redd Rockett's Pizza Port.
Disneyland attendees will be able to view select scenes from the upcoming Marvel Studios' film beginning June 19.
The rumor of Jason Statham landing a role as Bullseye has been quashed, Robert Kirkham clears up the timeline of "Fear the Walking Dead" and more!
Disneyland turns 60 this year, and three new variant covers for "Uncle Scrooge," Mickey Mouse" and "Donald Duck" will mark the occasion.
Black Widow and Hawkeye made their Disney Parks debut over the weekend, appearing at Disneyland for the Avengers Super Heroes Half Marathon.
Star-Lord will sub in for Captain EO starting this July, with "Guardians of the Galaxy" previews at both Disneyland and Disney World.
Marvel's Disneyland presence expands as "Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage" joins Iron Man and Thor's exhibits.
Marvel brings a little bit of Asgard - and the God of Thunder himself - to Disneyland with the new "Thor: Treasures of Asgard" experience.
Disney has announced the 2016 opening of the Iron Man Experience at Hong Kong Disneyland, the first ride based on a Marvel character since Disney purchased the company in 2009.
Disney announced it will bring more of the Marvel Universe to its theme parks this fall, when Disneyland guests will have a chance to visit Asgard and “come face-to-face” with Thor himself.
Opening April 13, Disneyland visitors can see the actual armors used for Marvel's "Iron Man" movies, and even take a simulated suit test drive, in an area called "Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries."
As a retail store owner, you might think you know your regular customers, but then along comes a guy like Dave, a tattooed man who surprises you in new and truly fantastic ways. Jud Meyers tells his story.
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