Construction of Star Wars Galaxy Edge is well underway at both Disneyland Resort and Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World. We now have a pretty unique view of just how far along construction is coming along. Disney has released a video showing drone footage of Star Wars Land at Disneyland Resort. Hit the jump to check out the video!
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Disney is giving us our first look at the Star Wars Land which is currently under construction at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort. They have revealed a model of the new land at the D23 Expo. Check out the video after the jump.
Star Wars Land is coming along at both Disneyland Resort and Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World. Guests have started noticing some familiar looking structures being built, so Disney has given us an official look at some of the construction underway at the new lands!
It looks like we’ll be waiting quite a bit longer but at least we have something to look forward to! Disney has officially announced that the Star Wars Lands for both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort will be opening in 2019. They were sparse on the actual details but Star Wars fans have been eager for any information they can get their hands on. Hit the jump for what we know about the new Star Wars Lands.
Disney has announced that it’s time for Disney’s Hollywood Studios to “awake”. A new Star Wars nighttime spectacular will be coming to the park starting in the summer with other Star Wars related events starting as soon as April. This will include a new fireworks show projections on the Chinese Theater and surrounding buildings. Hit the jump for more details on the nighttime spectacular and other Star Wars events coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this Spring & Summer.
Even more casualties of the upcoming Star Wars & Toy Story Lands have been announced for Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This time one of the park’s original icons is going to be removed (and I’m not happy about that one!). Hit the jump for details on the closing attractions at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
With the new Star Tours movie soon approaching Disney has finally announced when the updated Star Tours: The Adventures Continue will open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This revamp of the attraction will most likely turn an already popular attraction into the park’s most popular attraction which I would guess would rival Toy Story Midway Mania. Hit the jump for details on the opening and for a video sneak peak of the new sequence.
With all the construction set to begin soon & the addition of Star Wars Land on the horizon Disney has decided to axe one of Hollywood Studio’s most popular events. Star Wars weekends has been discontinued with 2015 being it’s last year. Disney is saying that since more and more Star Wars content will be coming to the parks guests will be able to enjoy the Force every day rather than a few select weekends during the year. Hopefully they will do Star Wars themed events during the year since having the entire park devoted to Star Wars was pretty cool. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see what impact Star Wars Land has on the park.
Well, we saw this one coming but I just didn’t want to believe it was so. Disney has announced that 2015 will be the last year for the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This is a huge blow in my opinion. Hit the jump for details on the last year of the lights & what you can expect to see in it’s place in the coming years.
During Disney’s D23 Parks & Resort panel they announced that Star Tours would be getting an expansion! Details are still scarce at the moment, but the attraction will feature locations, character & events from the new Star Wars film, The Force Awakens. Star Tours is already an attraction that I feel you have to ride multiple times to get the full experience since it features 50 different experiences! With this expansion that means you’ll be riding it even more times during your visit to Hollywood Studios. The new Star Tours experience is expected to be open later this year.