Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have teamed up with Merlin Entertainment Group to launch a DC Super Heroes-inspired experience at Madame Tussauds Orlando.
For the first time ever, fans of DC’s Justice League will come face-to-face with their favorite heroes in an action-packed adventure unlike any other.
Commenting on the association, James Paulding, General Manager, Madame Tussauds Orlando said, “Fans have never come this close to the action. Madame Tussauds Orlando, together with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, have created a Justice League experience you have to see to believe–from the unbeatable roster of DC Super Heroes to the sensational, hi-tech experiences.”
Madame Tussauds Orlando also took to the Twitter and share an image.
Sharing a teaser in another post, it wrote, “The secret message is now revealed, and a challenge awaits.”
Titled “Justice League: A Call for Heroes,” it will invite guests into the DC Universe to partner with their favorite DC heroes as they fight to save the world.
Wonder Woman guests will help to destroy LexCorp’s formidable technology that has disabled the city. By harnessing their inner super power, guests will be able to emit a powerful blast from Wonder Woman’s gauntlets to weaken LexCorp’s control over the city.
Elsewhere in the city, Lex’s experiment wreaks havoc, sending a helicopter and its occupants hurtling toward the ground. Guests will have to summon all their strength and join Superman to help lift a real helicopter back into the sky as onlookers’ cheer from the streets below.
As the battle continues, one superhero will remain elusive. Guests must summon Batman with the Bat-Signal. Billowing smoke and wind reveal Batman as he’s called into battle on the rooftop, ready to save the world.
Moreover, the experience will also feature wax replicas of the superhero films including Justice League’s Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill as Superman and Ben Affleck as Batman.
“Justice League: A Call for Heroes” is slated to open this May at Madame Tussauds Orlando. The same exhibit will also debut at Madame Tussauds Sydney this summer.