This an attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios and was at the added Marvel Studios area, it opened 2009 with the area.
At the entrance to the Daily Bugle Florida building, guests are shown a video in which the company's good reputation is touted and a new newsgathering vehicle, the Scoop, is introduced. After walking through the empty office, guest are shown a"live" video feed of news coverage. Five supervillains led by Doctor Octopus have lain siege to Orlando by stealing an experimental anti-gravity cannon made by Stark Industries. The syndicate steals the Statue of Liberty, from New York City, and threatens to destroy it if the world does not surrender to them. As guest walk through the empty offices of the Bugle Florida, it beacomes apparent that all the reporters have fled, leaving the Bugle's Editor-in-Chief J. Jonah Jameson with no choice but to send the tourists to cover the story, at Magic Kingdom, using the Bugle's new Scoop vehicle.
After donning night vision googles (3D Glasses) the "cub reporters" get in the Scoops and leave the loading docks to Main Street U.S.A. where they encounter Spider-Man. He warns that he is in for the most dangerous night of his life and fro the guests to be carful. You can also see the Cinderella Castle in the scene (when Spider-Man jumps on the car). Nearly missing a trash can, guests enter the Magic Kingdom Maintence warehouse where the Sinister Syndicate are holding the Statue of Liberty hostage. Once spotted, Electro, Scream, and Doctor Octopus attack and hurl the Scoop into Splash Mountain, where Spider-Man is waiting. After he fends off Hydro-Man there, the guest escape narrowly to the Frontierland river where Hobgoblin attacks with exploding pumpkins and sends the guest into Fantasyland, where Stan Lee makes a cameo when he is going inside Mickey's Phillharmagic. Doctor Octopus lifts the Scoop using the anti-gravity canon. Spider-Man attempts to pull it down, but is attacked by all the supervillains. Spidey thwarts them, but not before Doctor Octopus disengages the anti-gravity cannon, sending the Scoop on a 400-foot (120 cm) free fall almost crashing on the Cinderella Castle until it is rescued by Spider-Man's webbing. Then Spider-Man thanks the guests for their help and sends them back into the Daily Bugle Florida building, where he has rigged the anti-gravity cannon to lift Jameson to the celling of his office.