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TravelDisney CEO Bob Iger Announces New Details for Star Wars Lands

19:05  10 january  2019
19:05  10 january  2019 Source:   travelpulse.com

Check Out These Two Star Wars Attractions Coming to Disney

Check Out These Two Star Wars Attractions Coming to Disney Disney released sneak peek videos of two upcoming attractions at Star Wars: Galaxy Edge.

Explore an all- new Star Wars land inside Disneyland Park! Disney ’s Hollywood Studios, Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge and its experiences are subject to capacity. Access to the park, land and experiences may be restricted or unavailable depending on Guest demand and other factors.

Bob Iger , Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Walt Disney Company, just hinted at an opening date for Star Wars : Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland , and we can’t wait to know more. In a recent interview with Barron’s, Iger spoke with the news outlet about a variety of topics pertaining to The

Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger announced new details about the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge lands at Disneyland Resort (opening in June) and Disney World (late fall 2019).

According to Barrons.com, Iger revealed the new 14-acre Star Wars areas at both Disneyland and Disney World would feature open-air marketplaces designed to house characters, shops and intergalactic experiences.

Disney Imagineers traveled to Morocco and Turkey to develop ideas and concepts to make the shops and trading posts as authentically detailed as possible. In addition to using Star Wars movie sets, visitors will also be able to enjoy customizable droids that interact with the land.

Disney reveals new details on Star Wars-themed rides and Mickey Mouse festivities in 2019

Disney reveals new details on Star Wars-themed rides and Mickey Mouse festivities in 2019 Disney announced new details on the highly anticipated Star Wars-themed experiences coming to parks in 2019, including the names of some of their attractions: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. It was a big weekend for Disney, which feted the 90th birthday of the world's most recognizable rodent, Mickey Mouse, at parks around the world. It was also the weekend of D23, Disney's official fan club expo where Disney chairman Bob Chapek revealed more details on coming attractions in 2019.

Bob Iger admitted that Disney ’s Star Wars efforts were "too much, too fast," and that Iger pointed to J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Episode IX and the variety of projects that have been publicly announced , noting that Iger also echoed some of these thoughts about some of Disney ’s other ventures, such

During the Walt Disney Studios presentation, Disney CEO Bob Iger made the surprise announcement of Star Wars Land coming to both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Star Wars Land Announcement @ D23 Expo - Продолжительность: 2:31 moviemaniacsDE 8 391 просмотр.

Iger also showcased additional details about the Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run attraction. The ride will look and feel like the Millennium Falcon and seat six passengers, but it was the note that how guests fly the vessel will impact their time spent in the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land that has travelers even more excited.

Disney CEO Bob Iger Announces New Details for Star Wars Lands© Walt Disney World Resort PHOTO: Disney Star Wars-Themed Land Artist Concept. (photo courtesy of Walt Disney World Resort)

The concept is that how guests fly the space ship—whether exceptionally well or poorly—will impact how shopkeepers and citizens of Black Spire Outpost interact with them as they make their way throughout the park.

More details about Disney’s Rise of the Resistance attraction were also revealed, with droid-powered vehicles transporting visitors on a cinematic-like journey featuring encounters with Kylo Ren, AT-ATs and an army of Stormtroopers.

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