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First Look at the Poster for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Opening In 2022 at Walt Disney World

Star Wars fans rejoice! A new poster for the upcoming all-immersive, two-day journey at the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser has been released, giving a peek at what’s to come!

The “storyliving” hotel, if you will, invites guests to a galaxy far, far away to live the adventure in your finely tuned starship. Details of the cruiser have been extremely tight, so a glimpse of the promotional poster is an exciting start.

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See what the Disney Parks Blog had to say about the new poster below.

  • The Halcyon starcruiser, in the upper-left corner, is your home for this two-night adventure. The sleek ship is known for its impeccable service, fabulous entertainment and exquisite dining, all of which you’ll get to enjoy during your vacation. (Side note: You can see a model of the ship right now in Walt Disney Presents at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.)
  • There are four people at the center of the poster – a youngling wearing Jedi robes and wielding a lightsaber, an adult dressed in the uniform of a First Order officer, a Twi’lek adult, and another youngling who appears to be holding a piece of technology of some sort. These figures are meant to represent you, the travelers, because Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is about your choices and how you live your personal Star Wars stories. Do you want to support the First Order? Live like a Jedi in training? Or perhaps become a member of high galactic society? It’s all waiting there for you to discover and decide.
  • In front of those central figures is an R-series astromech droid – but one that seems to have a few extra bells and whistles. Hmm … I bet there’s a story there, too.
  • In the lower left, you see passengers enjoying the remarkable cuisine offered in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room, the starcruiser’s enticing supper club. The food and drink certainly seem otherworldly … 
  • The image in the lower right is something I’m incredibly excited for – lightsaber training! That’s right, as part of your experience, you’ll face off with a training remote similar to how Luke Skywalker once did and learn the lightsaber’s ancient ways.
  • Looming above all this is the intimidating visage of Kylo Ren. Couple him with those First Order stormtroopers charging into the scene on the left-hand side and … I have a bad feeling about this. The Halcyon starcruiser does have a storied past, after all, and a reputation for finding itself in the middle of galactic conflicts. Luckily Chewbacca and his trusty bowcaster are there in the upper-right corner. Remember, it’s not wise to upset a Wookiee!
  • And don’t miss what’s happening at the very bottom of the poster. There’s something very familiar about those spires – especially to anyone who’s traveled to Batuu. I’ve heard the Halcyon starcruiser is adding that far-flung planet to its itinerary starting next year …

While this teaser has left us wanting more, the Disney Imagineers will be meeting soon to go over everything Star Wars and what we can anticipate for its opening in 2022. Stay tuned to find out more as we follow this epic adventure in the stars!

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1775
14 days ago

Ugggh. The Disney Star Wars Trilogy? Why? It is not even popular compared the original trilogy, The Mandalorian, Rogue One and The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels!

Disney Tom
Disney Tom
14 days ago

It will be so funny to hear about “the younglings” pitching a fit because there are no chicken fingers on the menu. They can call the chicken yip yap or whatever, but the kids are still going to pitch a fit.