The accident drew plenty of attention on Twitter Saturday night — including from fan accounts and YouTubers criticizing media for covering the story and stranded guests for complaining about the long delay.
It's because of a clause in the 25-year-old contract between Marvel and Universal mentioning "mini-theme parks" and "recreation centers" with the Marvel name.
When the film returns in January, it will have new co-tenant in the theater: the "Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along."
According to the Orlando Business Journal, Universal will pay $48 million for the 56-acre parcels — or more than $857,000 per acre.
Crowds have been lower than expected at Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios since both parks opened their version of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.