Disney unveils incredibly detailed model of Star Wars land

The "Star Wars" land could also offer some sort of tracking system that will integrate with the rides. This stunning exhibition, on display in Walt Disney Parks and Resorts' "A Galaxy of Stories" pavilion at D23 Expo, is yet another example of the breathtaking new worlds, immersive storytelling and transformational guest experiences that set Disney apart. Each Star Wars Land is expected to cost about $1 billion to construct, according to MarketWatch.

Chapek plans to share exciting new details about the project during the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Hall D23 Presentation on Saturday.

This "middle of the action" immersion includes two unique attractions. In one, fans will get the opportunity to pilot the Millennium Falcon on a secret mission. The second attraction takes guests into the heat of a battle between the First Order and the Resistance. So its beyond an honour and a joy to become a Disney Legend because everybody knows I love Disney, Disneyland, Disney World, Disney movies, Disney toys and the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique!

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As the fifth bi-annual D23 Expo kicks off, the floor is literally packed with cool props and art from upcoming Walt Disney Pictures, Lucasfilm and Marvel Studios films and theme parks, including Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther, Thor: Ragnarok, the Star Wars-inspired lands, Wreck-It Ralph 2 and more! "When you walk through the spaceport, what do you see?"

One question, however, remains: is Disney going to rely on just those two rides and then hope that additional Star Wars love will keep the interest going? What does that animal smell like?

Judging by our "Star Wars" knowledge, the buildings have a look similar to that seen on Naboo in "The Phantom Menace" and a touch of Maz's Cantina from "The Force Awakens", meaning the land will likely incorporate characters from all three trilogies.

  • Carlos Nash