James Trexen

Published: August 22, 2013 at 7:00 PM

I think Marvel would want to avoid mentioning "Turn Off the Dark" unless they want hospital bills to exceed the budget. ; )
Andrew Dougherty

Published: August 22, 2013 at 7:06 PM

I really enjoyed Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark when I saw it in March.
Aaron McMahon

Published: August 22, 2013 at 7:22 PM

I'm sure Marvel fans will pay to get a meet and greet with Rocket Racoon once he becomes the breakout character of Guardians of the Galaxy movie. I doubt Disney will allow him in their parks in all his gun-wielding glory.

Published: August 22, 2013 at 9:06 PM

The lawyers of the 2 companies will have a blast if Disney is calling this a mobile theme park or the stuff they have there "rides". And indeed 30 million is just enough for imaginering to produce the signs and 5 costumes.
On the other hand this could be an amazing promotion vehicle for Islands of Adventure where, after fans got a taste they go and decide to go for the real ting, the Hulk coaster, Spiderman ride and more...
Anon Mouse

Published: August 23, 2013 at 12:32 PM

I'm surprised that there was absolutely no mention of "Batman Live!". This production was played all around the US and originated in Great Britain. I saw the production at the Honda Center. Think of the show as a stage production with circus elements. I thought the acrobatics were substandard. The story was boring. The Joker magic acts were stale. The dancing was amateurish.

The show didn't sell out. They bumped me from the cheap seats in the upper balconey to the lower seats. I'm glad I didn't spend more money on this.

Note: The show utilized the LCD screens to change the scenery and provide special effects. I expect the Marvel show to do the same. Will it be a real ride? I don't think so. Perhaps the audience will sit in their seat. At the right time, they will ask them to put on their 3D glasses and the show(ride) begins for a short duration.