We found out at D23 Expo that both Star Wars Lands in Disneyland and Hollywood…
We’ve been following the construction of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge for quite some time now, and we couldn’t be more excited for its opening both in Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Today Disney released a flyover video of the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge construction in Disneyland, and it looks absolutely incredible!
Here’s a look at the video of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge that Bob Iger shared with guests this morning at the Walt Disney Company 2018 Annual Meeting of Shareholders:
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will transport guests to a remote outpost in the galaxy called Batuu, where the rebels are hiding out from the First Order. The level of detail and immersion is going to be like nothing you’ve ever experienced in a theme park before.
There will be two attractions in Galaxy’s Edge: One is an attraction based on the Millennium Falcon which lets guests take control of the iconic spaceship and puts them on a secret smuggling mission against the First Order. The other is the Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance attraction, again putting guests in the middle of a heated battle between the First Order and Resistance.
Find out when Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is opening and how to get reservations.
As you’ll notice from the video, the construction project for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is much further along than its Walt Disney World counterpart, and it’s impression to see the difference between the two versions. You can check out our latest Galaxy’s Edge Construction Update from Hollywood Studios to see how that version is coming along.
I want to know what you think about the Flyover Video of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland. What is the one thing you are most excited for in Galaxy’s Edge? Let us know in the comments section below!
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News Source: Disney Parks Blog