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Star Wars Land announced for Disney's Hollywood Studios

Rich Brownn

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Hold my scratch built R2-D2. ;)

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Me, for the opening of "The Empire Strikes Back" in Orlando. (And it took forever to get the beard off and the grey dye out)
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SteamboatJoe

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I doubt it’ll ever return to Pressler levels. Even internally that’s regarded as a low point. The best that can be hoped for is methods, decisions and procedures are given a long hard look at.

Is there anything specific they should be learning or you hope they would learn from this and other recent experiences?
 

Movielover

Well-Known Member
Now that I'm back from my trip I have to say this land is amazing! I had 2 full days dedicated to DHS and and spent most of my time in GE. Both rides were incredible, Savi's experience was fantastic. I had several encounters with Vi, Troopers and Kylo, and different cast members all in character. The food and blue milk were great, not to mention the drinks from Oga's. Overall a great time!
 

Hawkeye_2018

Well-Known Member
The land is very cool. Minuses were the crowds and was not impressed with Docking Bay 7. I was also only there during the day and never experienced it at night. Is there much of a difference at night similar to Toy Story land and Pandora?
 

Tom Morrow

Well-Known Member
The land is very cool. Minuses were the crowds and was not impressed with Docking Bay 7. I was also only there during the day and never experienced it at night. Is there much of a difference at night similar to Toy Story land and Pandora?
The land's lighting at night is very well done and makes it feel a bit more alien than during the day, just like Pandora. Early sunset is also nice because you can see the sun hitting the peaks of the spires and buildings while being cast in shadows on the ground.

But honestly I can't think of a theme park land that isn't cooler at night.
 

MisterPenguin

Rumormonger
Premium Member
The land's lighting at night is very well done and makes it feel a bit more alien than during the day, just like Pandora. Early sunset is also nice because you can see the sun hitting the peaks of the spires and buildings while being cast in shadows on the ground.

But honestly I can't think of a theme park land that isn't cooler at night.

New Fantasyland.

That's because nothing can be actually seen there at night with the lighting so low.
 

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