This Is What The New Star Wars Theme Park Will Look Like

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This Is What The New Star Wars Theme Park Will Look Like

It’s one of those things really — why the hell didn’t they do this before. A Star Wars theme park. It makes so much goddamn sense it’s a miracle it doesn’t already exist.

But it will soon.

On Sunday night, on a TV special, Harrison Ford himself revealed that 14-acre expansions are coming to Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida. This is what everyone’s hoping the theme park will look like.

The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World
The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World

The New Star Wars Theme Parks Coming to Disney Look Out of This World

Looks a little bit phenomenal, right? Can’t wait to see this thing become a reality.

Disney [H/T Hollywood Reporter, SW Underground]


Comments

  • I went on the Star Wars ride at Disneyland in 1995 and at the time thought why isn’t this thing bigger? The obvious answer is that Lucas was in control then.

    • Bit more complicated than that.

      The ride was small because when it was designed it was hellishly expensive, Disney scrapping an earlier project because it blew out the budget by 50 million.
      Later they approached Lucas and pitched the ride idea, who went for it, creating the clips used in the ride.
      The overall costs went over 30 million, more than it cost to open the park some 30 years earlier and was also the first ride ever that wasn’t for a Disney owned IP.

  • Aren’t those images just SW concept art? There’s nothing theme-park about them at all, right? Or am I missing something?

    • Thoughts exactly, That looks like a world of the films when in reality it will be full of people with hats that don’t fit, pop corn buckets, selfie sticks and huge lines for some sorta shacking chair ride in front of a movie screen

  • It looks good, without the 20,000 tourists walking around with their XXL coke in one hand, and their Hotdog in the other…

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