Strength is becoming stronger because Disneyland will now take visitors to a galactic journey with the new attraction Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. After long wait, fans now have the days until their grand opening in June and surely hell is worth the wait.
Unlike most theme park attractions that require guests to queue up for hours only to get this very little time of emotion, the trip is called Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance It is rumored that it will be a 28-minute trip that will immerse the guests in history and encourage them in the midst of an epic battle between the First Order and the Resistance.
In a fun video, Scott Trowbridge, creative executive of Disney Imagineering, describes the trip to Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance as "the most epic attraction [they’ve] ever built. "The attraction invites guests to be part of the Resistance and resist the First Order, even face to face with Kylo Ren. Those who will do it in the end will be able to return to the planet and celebrate Become a hero of the Resistance.
In her Theme park stop podcast, Alicia Stella, Disney writer and more blogs, shared that all the attraction will have "300 animated figures" and will be the "largest indoor tour that Disney has built." The full experience of Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance will be 28 minutes long, where guests will be invited to Star Destroyer before being taken as prisoners for the First Order. The members of the Resistance will rescue them as they travel through the Star Wars universe until they reach the surface of the planet.
Customers will also be able to experience being in the booth and just behind the controls Millennium Falcon: the smuggling traffic ride "It will be an intense and super fun experience on the fastest ship in the galaxy," shares Trowbridge.
"It will be fallen and incredibly emotional to enter the earth for the first time – to be really between the buildings, between the boats, and have that feeling that is real, that is put to life and is right in front of you. It is overwhelming, says Carrie Beck, vice president of Lucasfilm Story Group.
The renowned composer John Williams has also created a new music for the performance that plays the London Symphony Orchestra. Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will soon open at Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Florida and is said to be a $ 2 billion investment by Disney.
This will definitely be the dream of all Star Wars fans. May the force always be with us while we wait for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge to open!