Madame Tussauds Las Vegas recently unveiled a remarkable line of Marvel figures that include Nick Fury, Iron-Man & Tony Stark and Captain America located at the entrance of the new Marvel 4D theatre inside the wax museum. The new Marvel 4D theatre features super heroes and Spider-Man saving the world from destruction. The theatre now offers an array of new interactive experiences and have added A-list celebrities for every fan to enjoy this unbelievable 4D interactive experience. It took two years to renovate and expand the experience to give fans a memorable time from start to finish.
“To round out the Marvel experience, step into a pulse-pounding, 70-seat theater that debuts the dynamic Marvel Super Heroes 4D film,” statement released by Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. “The action spills out of the screen over the audience with thrill-enhancing sensory special effects—from water sprays and smoke clouds to tremors beneath the feet.” The film was created by Threshold Animation Studios, one of the leaders in CGI feature films and 4D attractions. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas worked in conjunction with SimEx-Iwerks, who specializes in designing, building and operating special F/X driven cinematic attractions, for the theatre experience itself.
What sets Madame Tussauds Las Vegas apart from the rest is the variety of experiences and interactive experiences like fans being able to be a part of the Wolf Pack from “The Hangover”, sitting in Jerry Springer’s hot seat taping, take a picture next to NASCAR royalty Dale Earnhardt, sing for Simon Cowell and a lot more. If you are a fan, your star is there. But not for long because Jan. 14 Captain America will be showcased before his departure to make room for new arrivals in 2014. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is open daily at 10am.