New Model for Star Wars Themed Parks Are at D23
- Author: Jon Douglas Jul 16, 2017,
Jul 16, 2017, 0:16
At the moment, there's no real world progress that Disney is willing to share.
The lands are set on a remote planet that hasn't been seen before in Star Wars lore.
This "middle of the action" immersion includes two unique attractions.
The lands in Anaheim and Orlando, which are expected to cost $1 billion each, are slated to open in 2019. These Star Wars lands don't have names yet, but hopefully now that their physical appearance has seemingly been nailed down, we'll get a name soon.
Disney has just released the first images of its Star Wars Land ahead of its huge annual expo, D23, and it looks pretty impressive. "It's up to you and your role inside of that will be defined by how you choose". One will gives guests the chance to pilot the Millennium Falcon on a secret mission. "When you walk through the spaceport, what do you see?" Taking place on an entirely new planet, the dedicated areas-representing the parks' largest single-themed land expansions-will feature multiple story-driven experiences. Not only have there been storm troopers on parade since the company acquired Star Wars from Lucasfilms, but it was announced long ago in this galaxy that plans were being developed.
Finally, here's the official video of the whole model.
Disney's Star Wars-themed attractions come after the 2015 release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the 2016 release of Star Wars: Rogue One, directed by J. J. Abrams and Gareth Edwards, respectively.