The details have now come out. Starting this March and going on now fans can greet and take a photos with Cap inside the top floor of Innoventions hall next to other Marvel's heroes Thor and Iron Man exhibits. Inside "Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage" exhibit you'll be able to look at artifacts from Captain America's career.
The first post on it came from Disney itself on the Disney Parks Blog, really just a teaser.
In honor of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” coming to theaters April 4, guests at Disneyland park in Anaheim will soon have the opportunity to meet the First Avenger in person. Captain America, who has already been making appearances at Avengers Academy on the reimagined Disney Magic, will be dropping in to Disneyland park starting this spring, where you can also experience continuing favorites Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries and Thor: Treasures of Asgard.
The post itself reveals more info won't come out until next month, but it already would be making noise all over the net, with no photo or details.
Marvel.com simply repeated the news the same day.
Robot 6 tried adding some background knowledge
The Sentinel of Liberty has the distinction of being the first Marvel character to appear at a Disney event (D23) since the media giant purchased Marvel in 2009. He can also be seen on Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Magic as part of the Avengers Academy kids’ area.What, no way? Cap on a boat!
Insidethemagic repeated that Cap has in fact be entertaining fans on a boat. So did superherohype, no details again, just something that could be one sentence.
With Captain America: The Winter Soldier coming soon, Disneyland is following in the footsteps of the last two Marvel movies and will bring Captain America to their flagship theme park in Anaheim, CA. No details are available beyond that but a good bet would be props from both films, maybe set or two and a cool interactive experience. Check back soon for more information."
/Film's three word sentence was thoughtful enough. Explaining what most likely the experience would be like. It still begs the questions why even waste the time writing it until the actual info comes out. It wasn't even a full article, but part of a highlight series on theme park news.
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