Star Wars Land announced for Disney's Hollywood Studios

atighe42

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FOP is an amazing ride. More like that.
Of the two SW rides coming, FoP will be closer to the Falcon attraction. And judging by what we have all seen so far, it should best it.
The Resistance ride is a mega dark ride with all the bells and whistles Imagineering can throw at it. Two very different experiences but they are expected to be the modern “crown jewels” of their ride types. So......clearly expectations are through the roof lol.
 

atighe42

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Understood - from what intel that Len and Jim Hill gave, they were talking about a completely different type of ride experience.

Basically, we all know the disparity between FOP and the boat ride in Avatar.
And Jim and Len have both talked about it being a trackless ride system. They’ve largely been correct in their reporting on the ride, save for a few things. But it was always known to be the “Ratatouille” ride system .....but on steroids.
And Galaxy’s Edge will not have the Pandora problem. Both are going to be heavy hitter E-tickets as opposed to the 1 E and a C in Pandora.
 

jt04

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I noticed that too. I know its not even open yet, but where is there any expansion for this area? I would assume they would want to keep expanding upon star wars in the future.
WDW can expand into the Muppets area and should be able to expand into the new parking lot in the future. Disneyland is limited to Toontown.
 

Timothy_Q

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WDW can expand into the Muppets area and should be able to expand into the new parking lot in the future. Disneyland is limited to Toontown.
DHS has a designated expansion pad between SWL and Pixar Place. It can also expand to the southwest of the land, before using either Muppets or the parking lot (which is hard to get to from SWL either way)

Disneyland has an expansion pad between SWL and Toontown, without actually eating into Toontown itself
 
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bhg469

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anyone know why they are using trackless for this other than to say its trackless? Seems extremely linear, making it trackless doesnt really have a benefit... other than to allow theme park fanbois to say their favorite buzz word.
 

jt04

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DHS has a designated expansion pad between SWL and Pixar Place. It can also expand to the southwest of the land, before using either Muppets or the parking lot (which is hard to get to from SWL land either way)

Disneyland has an expansion pad between SWL and Toontown, without actually eating into Toontown itself
I'm thinking they'll need all of those.
 

Timothy_Q

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anyone know why they are using trackless for this other than to say its trackless? Seems extremely linear, making it trackless doesnt really have a benefit... other than to allow theme park fanbois to say their favorite buzz word.
1- How do you know the attraction is "extremely linear"? We know very little specifics about it

2- There are no tracks inside SW ships. That's enough reason
 

HauntedMansionFLA

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WDW can expand into the Muppets area and should be able to expand into the new parking lot in the future. Disneyland is limited to Toontown.
What about Indiana Jones Stunt Show and the land behind it? That and the Muppets area will be a nice expansion of Star Wars while keeping Star Tours.
 

Texas84

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How does this compare in size to Pandora?

Is Resistance interactive? Thought I read that here. Wishful fan-based thinking?
 
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