The new ride will be inspired by Spider-Man (Picture: Disney/Marvel)

The Avengers-themed area in Disneyland Paris will be getting a new Spider-Man ride, which will see guests sling webs in order to collect Spider-Bots.

Disney Parks’ chairman, Bob Chapek, announced the launch of the new attraction at the company’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, last weekend.

He also has plans for other new rides to open across Disney resorts around the world, which will include a Mary Poppins attraction, a Guardians of the Galaxy ride and a Zootopia-themed land.

The Spider-Man ride will be added to the Marvel-themed land, which was launched last year and is set to be renamed to Avengers Campus.

This new attraction sounds amazing (Picture: Disney/Marvel)

Alongside the new ride, there will be loads of superheroes roaming about the land, including Ant-Man, the Guardians of the Galaxy and Iron Man.

There’s also a new hotel coming to the park.

The Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel is opening next summer, and will celebrate 80 years of Marvel art and artists.

It will host more than 300 artworks, with rooms including themed suites, also featuring Spider-Man to coincide with the new ride.

The Avengers Campus will be coming to Disney’s California Adventure Park too, with the park’s Avengers Headquarters forming the entrance to the ride that features the superheroes on a mission in Wakanda.

It will open in 2020, just before Disneyland Paris’s version.

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