CONCEPT ART: Disney Reveals New Art and Details of Star Wars Land

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For the first time since the 2015 D23 Expo, Disney shared new details (as promised during the Disneyland 60th TV special) on the Star Wars themed-lands coming to Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

I crudely took photos off of my television screen for now, we will share higher-res images as soon as we can:


A short video was shared of the Millennium Falcon ride, where guests will not only take the controls of the classic vessel, but control the guns as well. It will be fully interactive and guests will be in complete control.


A short video was also shared of the attraction where guests are racing against time in the midst of a battle between the First Order and the Resistance.

The special stated that guests will be transported to another world, where they can interact with roaming aliens and droids, peruse a huge marketplace, and even taste the local delicacies.



Among the dining options will be a cantina, and the newly announced dinner show type establishment that promises to be beyond belief.





Excited yet?

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Very disappointed that they only showed drawings. I enjoyed the Star Wars Live in Concert much more. And could Harrison Ford have acted like he wanted to be there? They should have got Daisy Ridley to introduce this. Han Solo is DEAD!


This was exactly what I expected, this did show some 3D rendered videos and the feel I get from this is that Diagon Alley will feel like just a movie set compared to what the Star Wars experience is going to bring us. Very excited indeed!


Great renderings, thanks for posting! The area needs MORE THAN ONE MAJOR ATTRACTION and needs SEVERAL ATTRACTIONS without the goal of simply wringing more money out of guests. Disney has become too many stores, food spots and meet and greets. Not enough fun to do, and this area will be extremely popular.