ANAHEIM (AP) — Disneyland is closing its Innoventions exhibit hall in Tomorrowland, bringing flurries of speculation over what might replace it.
The Los Angeles Times and the Orange County Register report that the Southern California theme park will close the exhibit hall at the end of the month.
Disney has announced no plans for what will replace Innoventions, which focuses on robots and computers and has been in Tomorrowland in some form since 1967.
But recent revelations from company executives that more Star Wars attractions are coming to its parks has led to rumors that that is what will replace it.
Other fans say that other recent Disney acquisitions including the Marvel Comics universe might find a home in the space.
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