Video Game Showcase Live Stream from Disney's D23 Expo

Calvin Saunders
July 16, 2017

The Star Wars-themed lands are scheduled to open in 2019.

To build our excitement for the D23 Expo, Disney Parks and Lucasfilm made an announcement regarding the newest addition to the park.

Ahead of this weekend's likely onslaught of announcements at D23, Disney made a decision to bless us with a detailed look their new Star Wars lands, coming to both Disneyland and Disney World. It focuses on all things Disney and entertainment under one giant roof. These Star Wars lands don't have names yet, but hopefully now that their physical appearance has seemingly been nailed down, we'll get a name soon. Revealing two anchoring attractions, that are sure to satisfy the die-hard Jedi lovers.

While Disney doesn't give this new planet and trading port a name, the pictures and video it shared show off a location that at least has a passing resemblance to Mos Eisley spaceport.

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Inside the 50-foot model, Star Wars fans will recognize the Millennium Falcon, which is the launching pad for one of the land's E-Ticket attractions where guests will be at the controls of the series' famed ship. Are you part of the Resistance or willing to join the First Order? So its beyond an honour and a joy to become a Disney Legend because everybody knows I love Disney, Disneyland, Disney World, Disney movies, Disney toys and the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique!

However, guests don't need to wait until 2019 to be immersed in the Star Wars galaxy. What does that street feel like?

Judging by our "Star Wars" knowledge, the buildings have a look similar to that seen on Naboo in "The Phantom Menace" and a touch of Maz's Cantina from "The Force Awakens", meaning the land will likely incorporate characters from all three trilogies.

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