George Lucas Doesn’t Want Theatrical ‘Star Wars’ Films Re-Released & More: Daily Recap (5/27/24)

Brit Tuttle

Daily recap: A collage of four images: actors in stormtrooper costumes with a director, a boat ride attraction, a poster for Fantasy Springs, and a stage performance with Aladdin and Genie.

George Lucas Doesn’t Want Theatrical ‘Star Wars’ Films Re-Released & More: Daily Recap (5/27/24)

George Lucas speaks on the possibility of a re-release of the theatrical versions of the “Star Wars” original trilogy, a guide to experiencing Fantasy Springs, and a new musical stage show coming to Shanghai Disneyland — all this and more in today’s daily recap for Monday, May 27, 2024.

Daily Recap for May 27, 2024

Walt Disney World

New Merchandise

Three decorative wine glasses with Epcot logos displayed on a wooden shelf next to other glassware in a store. WDWNT Daily Recap 5-27-24

Other Walt Disney World News

A crowd of visitors walking towards a large, ornate castle with blue and gold spires at an amusement park, under a partly cloudy sky. WDWNT Daily Recap 5-27-24

Disneyland Resort

A small outdoor table set for one, positioned in front of Tiana's Palace. The table features utensils, lemon slices, and small American, French, and military flags within a roped-off area. WDWNT Daily Recap 5-27-24

Tokyo Disney Resort

Guests in gondola-like boat on a river passing Rapunzel's tower scene of Rapunzel's Lantern Festival at Fantasy Springs. WDWNT Daily Recap 5-27-24

Shanghai Disneyland

Performers dressed as Aladdin and Genie dance on a brightly lit stage with background characters and props under colorful spotlights. WDWNT Daily Recap 5-27-24

Entertainment and Media

Mark Hamill, George Lucas, and Harrison Ford filming Star Wars. WDWNT Daily Recap 5-27-24

WDW News Today

Bob Iger: “Embrace the Change”, Saying Goodbye to a Disney Legend

That’s it for today; we hope you enjoyed this Daily Recap. Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you tomorrow!

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