Star Wars enthusiasts will finally experience the galactic force as “Star Wars” theme parks were confirmed for Disneyland and Walt Disney World in Anaheim, California and Orlando, Florida.
Chairman Bob Iger happily announced the installation of the “Star Wars” theme to their parks during the recent Disney’s D23 Expo, USA Today reported.
“We are creating a jaw-dropping new world. We’re bringing ‘Star Wars’ to life in a big way. These new lands at Disneyland and Walt Disney World will transport guests to a whole new Star Wars planet,” Iger said during the event.
“Nothing in land will be out of character,” he continued. “You’ve never seen a Cantina like this before.”
Kids and kids at heart will know at last how it feels to be a part of the “Star Wars” saga.
Both of the Walt Disney parks is said to be expanded about 14 acres wide.
Aside for Chaiman Bob Iger, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” director J.J. Abrams shared his excitement about the plan as well.
“When you see what they’re working on in these parks your mind is going to be blown. And it’s really fun for anyone who likes Star Wars. I think they’re gonna have an experience they’ll never forget,” he said during his backstage interview at the Expo.
As for the theme itself, it will be divided into two main attractions, KFor noted.
“Star Wars fans will be treated to two main attractions: the chance to participate in an epic battle and control the Millennium Falcon on a special secret mission,” the source noted.
The “Star Wars” theme creation for Walt Disney Anaheim and Orlando parks are just among the current projects of Disney. In our previous report, the Walt Disney Chairman also confirmed its installation in Shanghai Disneyland.