Video Shows Construction Progress at Disney's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
Tue March 13, 2018 - National Edition Emily Buenzle
Newly released flyover video footage of the 14-acre construction site in Disneyland shows an up-close look at the progress that crews have made on the site so far.
Construction is well underway at the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge lands in both Disneyland and Disney World.
Newly released flyover video footage of the 14-acre construction site in Disneyland shows an up-close look at the progress that crews have made on the site so far, including towers, mountains and other facilities that will eventually depict the fictitious planet of Bantuu, Curbed reported.
View the video below:
Although there aren't many details about the highly anticipated lands, Disney has revealed some information, as reported by the official Disney Parks blog:
Both lands will open in 2019, with the one in Disneyland debuting first;
Visitors will get the chance to explore Bantuu, located at an outpost on the edge of the galaxy in an immersive experience;
Visitors will be allowed to try their hand at flying the Millennium Falcon as they attempt to complete a mission in one of the lands' two key attractions; and
A second attraction will place visitors on a Star Destroyer as they experience a battle between the First Order and the Resistance firsthand.
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