Apart from films, Disney also plans to do Star Wars feature films for a new direct-to-consumer pay service that will offer thousands of hours of television and film content. Guess business must be really booming for them and Star Wars fans must be really hungry for more movies.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" doesn't open in theaters until December 15, but Disneyland visitors who board a vehicle on the Star Tours attraction will get an early glimpse of scenes from the film starting this week. As it turns out, Tran had never seen a Star Wars movie prior to her being cast in the film, and she actually thinks this helped with her performance.
Also announced for this year's "Galactic Nights" will be an "Inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" panel discussion with members of the Walt Disney Imagineering and Lucasfilm team.
Hamill has clearly been having a ball in the lead-up to the "Last Jedi" premiere, toying with spoilerphobes by tweeting lots of cryptic things about Luke Skywalker, especially the character's foreshadowed connection to the Dark Side of the Force.
Guests of all ages are encouraged to dress up in "Star Wars"-themed costumes, but guidelines for what is allowed to be worn can be located here".
Well, if you're a true-blue fan of Star Wars, don't forget to catch Star Wars: The Last Jedi in theatres starting 14 December 2017. Tickets can be purchased here or by calling 407-W-DISNEY (407 934-7639).
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