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Disneyland Resort ditching Twilight Zone for Marvel superhero ride

SAN DIEGO – Disney California Adventure’s Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is disappearing into the fifth dimension – forever.

A new attraction will move into the building that the Anaheim theme park calls the Hollywood Tower Hotel: Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout!

Riders on the Marvel Comics-themed attraction will join forces with superhero Rocket Raccoon as they navigate through a fortress with creatures from the universe and try to free the other guardian heroes from the Collector.

Disney said in a statement that the new adventure will enhance the “free-fall sensation with new visual and audio effects to create a variety of ride experiences.”

Marvel and Disney announced the switch Saturday evening at San Diego Comic-Con International, the massive gathering for fans of popular culture.

Visitors have until January to ride Twilight Zone Tower, then work will begin to inhabit Guardians of the Galaxy, a newer-age group of superheroes, into the high-rise building.

The Marvel ride is expected to open next summer, about the time the next movie in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise hits theaters nationwide.

“The incredibly talented Disney Imagineering team has found a way to harness the spirit, which drove ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’s’ success to create this immersive experience,” Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, said in a statement.

The new attraction is another step for Disney in tightening its relationship with Marvel and comes nearly a year after Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the company would build a 14-acre “Star Wars” land at Disneyland.

Disney purchased Marvel and Lucasfilm, the company that owns “Star Wars,” for $4 billion each in 2009 and 2012, respectively.

Disney California Adventure houses a meet-and-greet with Spider-Man and Captain America.

Perhaps telegraphing that a Marvel land is on its way, Disney officials said the new attraction will “anchor a broader universe of superheroes that will grow over time in Disney California Adventure.”

The Twilight Zone Tower opened in 2004. Visitors enter an elevator car that shoots riders up before dropping them as much as 13 stories, multiple times.

“Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout! is going to be an out-of-this-world experience,” Joe Quesada, chief creative officer at Marvel, said in a statement. “We’re just getting warmed up.”

Several attendees at Comic-Con reacted positively to the news.

“What an amazing overlay for it,” said Gregg Ziak of Mission Viejo. “I’m for the change and glad to see it go in.”

Natasha Olenick of Long Island, N.Y., liked that the superheroes are coming.

“Disney needs to do something to bring Marvel into the theme parks,” she said.

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Thick crowds – and fog – show up on first day of U.S. Open of Surfing

HUNTINGTON BEACH – A thick fog that lingered into Saturday afternoon at the U.S. Open of Surfing didn’t stop the crowds from gathering on Day 1 of the event.

The action in the water got off to a slow start, with the surfing competition put on hold through the morning.

But that didn’t keep Mark Eynon from his post in a chair set up on the sand as he waited for the contest to get underway.

“It’s a little frustrating, but a good fan always sticks around,” said the Huntington Beach resident before the contest started at noon, then was put on hold again when the fog rolled back in.

“It will be well worth the wait,” Eynon said. “The waves are big.”

Despite the lackluster start to the competition for the nine-day event, the festival area where booths and a massive skate bowl were set up on the sand was busy with beachgoers.

“I thought it would be less crowded and less hot,” said Heather Alcaraz, of Huntington Beach, who brought her 3-year-old twins Owen and Gavin down to the sand early in the morning. “We wanted the boys to get to see all this stuff and hang out.”

Alcaraz liked the family-friendly vibe of the event, which in the past had a rowdy reputation.

“I think it’s gotten a lot better lately,” she said. “I know there was a period it got crazy.”

There was more than just surf to draw people to the action-sports festival, considered one of the largest in the world.

Adar Ginsberg, 29, of Huntington Beach, spent the morning gathering Pokemon in the area. She nabbed about 20.

“They said they would be around big places, so I was expecting it,” she said.

Based on last year’s attendance, an estimated 60,000 people were expected to show up through the day – maybe more with the Pokemon craze – and by the final weekend those crowds will swell to 100,000 each day.

Steve Van Doren, son of Vans founder Paul Van Doren, was getting ready to grill about 1,300 free hot dogs and 500 free sliders on Saturday, which he does each day of the event.Van Doren said his father moved from Boston in 1964, and he attended the surf event in those days, meeting surf legend Duke Kahanamoku.

Shortly after, Paul Van Doren made shoes for Kahanamoku and launched his own shoe business in Costa Mesa, what today is known as Vans.

It’s the fourth year Vans has been involved in the event.

“The first year, we gave everything out from the back of the van,” Van Doren said. “It was like a mosh pit.”

To make it less chaotic, Vans set out areas around the festival where people could line up and play games to win prizes like backpacks, wallets and key chains.

One of the busiest areas was a retail store set up on the sand selling gear including U.S. Open shirts, umbrellas and towels.

Friends Melita Varga and Jordana Hannigan, in town from Toronto, were stoked when they found out the big event coincided with a work trip. They searched the store for souvenirs.

“You can see there’s a lot of energy here, a lot of excitement,” Varga said. They didn’t know the pros, but it didn’t matter.

“We like surfing.”