New Model for Star Wars Themed Parks Are at D23

Rebecca Barbier
Julho 14, 2017

Disney Parks chairman Bob Chapek introduced the model's unveiling, accompanied by Stormtroopers, as he revealed that Star Wars Land was "the most ambitious lands that we have ever built at Walt Disney Imagineering". But a series of images show off the developing attractions, and boy do they look mighty fine. "All along, we have said this will be game-changing, and through the model we can begin to see how truly epic these immersive new worlds will be".

Disney gives fans a first look at what the Star Wars land expansion at Disneyland and Walt Disney World will look like.

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

Star Wars Land promised to transport guests "to a never-before-seen planet, a remote trading port and one of the last stops before Wild Space, where Star Wars characters and their stories come to life", according to the DisneyParks blog.

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The model depicts the entire land which will appear in each park, including the exteriors of the Millennium Falcon and First Order battle rides.

The D23 Expo, which is Disney's major fan event, is also a source of new and exciting announcements coming out of the major brand and all around household name.

The 14-acre Star Wars-themed park in Florida will be the largest themed expansion in the park's history. Among the Force-fueled fun will be a pair of premier attractions, one giving guests the opportunity to pilot the Millennium Falcon on a top secret mission, and another that puts them at the center of a blaster fire-whizzing battle between the First Order and the Resistance.

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