In August of this year at the Disney’s D23 Expo, Disney company’s CEO Bob Iger announced that Star Wars will have its own themed lands in Disney parks. Two of their parks will have Star Wars lands namely, Disneyland in Anaheim, California and Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Disney will create a jaw dropping Star Wars sensation with these themed lands at a whopping 14 acres each — the largest one theme expansion ever in Disney’s history.
Iger excitedly explained that these lands will give its guests an almost real Star Wars adventure, transporting them to the new Star Wars planet which includes viewing the supreme battle between the First Order and the Resistance. Another flagship experience will be allowing the guests to control the Millennium Falcon in a ‘personalized secret mission’.
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The Star Wars lands, which can also be referred to as Star Worlds, will be inhabited by aliens, humanoids and droids keeping inline with the Star Wars mythology. There will be instances for fans to encounter creatures from the Star Wars saga, as well as The Force Awakens characters.
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Disney has also mentioned new additions to the main park in connection with the Star World inclusion. There will be Star Tours – The Adventure Continues, which adds more encounters for fans. The Star Wars Launch Bay will bring interactive experiences for visitors as they get behind-the-scene peeks, visits with the characters, special exhibits, and souvenir items. The Jedi Training Academy will now also include components from Star Wars Rebels. Special entertainment awaits visitors in Tomorrowland, with the addition of a few modifications such as themed food spots, the renaming of Space Mountain to Hyperspace Mountain, and more.
Now that Star Wars is among Disneyland’s latest attractions, the official tagline will probably change from the Happiest Place on Earth to the Happiest Place in the Galaxy. Guests will take their new Star Wars adventure when it kicks off on November 16th at Disneyland, California. Fans can pose with their favorite characters and get glimpses of the upcoming movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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