Disney Cruise Line is giving guests “A Cinematic Dining Experience” with a show titled Avengers: Quantum Encounter for its Worlds of Marvel theme.
It was announced a few months ago that the show would premiere on the Disney Wish cruise in summer 2022. Now the official Disney Parks blog has revealed a new poster along with the names of MCU heroes partaking in the show.
At Worlds of Marvel, the diners will be part of a real-life Avengers mission. The actors lending their voices for this dining adventure include Paul Rudd as Ant-Man, Evangeline Lilly as The Wasp, Anthony Mackie as Captain America, and Brie Larson as Captain Marvel.
But that’s not all. It looks like the MCU is missing its original supervillain as the show will be bringing Ultron back, voiced by Ross Marquand alongside Kerry Condon voicing F.R.I.D.A.Y.
The poster has all the characters mentioned above with an image of a cruise ship in deep waters.
There is also another surprise superhero appearance, but Disney is holding back on that tiny detail for now. I would’ve guessed Iron-Man since they’re reviving Ultron… but bringing an A.I. back to life seems much more realistic than an actual human being.
Maybe it’s Nick Fury ‘recruiting’ the guests for the mission, but then again… he isn’t exactly a superhero. Well, we’ll just have to wait for the surprise announcement.
As described in the Disney blog,
The show will follow Ant-Man and The Wasp as they host a presentation of the most powerful Super Hero technologies in the world, including a hands-on demonstration of the latest and greatest Pym Tech. But when Ultron turns up with an army of robot sentries eager to take control of this world-changing technology, Ant-Man and The Wasp will need all the help they can get to save the day – calling on Captain America, Captain Marvel and even the brave diners of the Disney Wish for back-up.
The menu will be inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and guests will also be able to use an interactive Quantum Core that can “shrink and grow objects at the push of a button.”
Avengers: Quantum Encounter is said to have been three years in the making, so you can bet it will be worth every penny if you do decide to sail aboard.