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The world of Star Wars is coming from a galaxy far, far away to become the largest single-themed land created in a Disney park.
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is an adventure through the grungy planet Batuu where guests can build their own droids and lightsabers, interact with aliens and climb into the cockpit of the massive Millennium Falcon, where you will discover your mission and engage in a dogfight with Tie Fighters.
Land - World - 'Star - Wars - Trilogy
The sprawling 14-acre land is set on a remote world in the newest 'Star Wars' trilogy - so don't expect appearances by Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader. But some familiar faces including Rey, Finn, Kylo Ren and fan-favorite Chewbacca will guide visitors through the immersive world.
Galaxy's Edge is set to open this summer at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, then in the fall at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida. The lands at both parks are nearly identical and offer a mix of trading outposts, a cantina and even a wooded area where Resistance fighters have set up camp. Entry is included with a park ticket, but it'll cost more for guests who want to create their own lightsaber or purchase their own droid modeled on R2-D2 or BB-8.
Walt - Disney - Parks - Resorts - Chairman
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts chairman Bob Chapek said guests inside Galaxy's Edge will have persistent interaction with Star Wars elements, whether it's Stormtroopers barking orders or the uptempo, swinging music of a grimy cantina that yes, serves Star Wars-themed alcohol.
'You will not think you're in a theme park,' he said. 'Every cast member will be in character, the food and beverage and language will be in story. The merchandise inside the shops won't be in boxes that say Disney on them. Everything is very, very immersive.'
Look - Park - Officials - Associated - Press
In a behind-the-scenes look, park officials took The Associated Press on a tour of Batuu,...
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