Disney Shows Off The Vastness Of Its Star Wars Land With A Drone Video (Video)

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It is beyond doubt that Star Wars is huge, however, the soon to open Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is absolutely vast. It is true that nobody would have thought that the latest Disney revamp of the sprawling 14 acres into an exclusive Star Wars property is going to be anything less than grand. However, a recently released drone video showcases the great deal of work being done at the under-construction location.

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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, popularly known as Star Wars Land, is expected to be built at various Disney theme parks across the world. This drone video was captured at the construction site at the Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, California.

Disney Shows Off The Vastness Of Its Star Wars Land With A Drone Video (Video) | Best Of Comic Books

The location will resemble the alien planet of Batuu once the construction is over. It will reflect an alien spaceport inhabited by all kinds of aliens and smugglers. It will be completely interactive. There will be options for guests to visit various attractions onsite, and even stay at a Star Wars inspired hotel. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is scheduled to open at Disneyland and Florida’s Disney World in 2019.

Disney is not hesitating to promote Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Sometime back, the company had released the concept art promoting the upcoming Star Wars theme hotel, and it was also revealed last year that the park is going to be an “immersive experience” for the visitors where they would be able to play the part of a “resident of the galaxy.”




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