Star Wars Land announced for Disney's Hollywood Studios

Jabbas

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I love the Cantina. I seen they hAve a non-alcoholic drinks. I have an almost two year old and one on the day. Are there going to be a ton of kids/strollers in there? As much as I love my kid, that’s going to damper the experience a little bit (don’t hate me, lol). I think I’ll need to bring grandma along for this!
 

Jabbas

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Are your kids good about waiting in hours long lines? Not sure the payoff is worth the wait for that demographic.

Of course not, lol. We aren’t going until February 2020. But we are probably going to skip this. I’m not one of those parents. I live in FL, there’s always next time (when grandma comes 🤣).
 

atighe42

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So ROTR. When's that opening in Disneyland? It's sad that the most amazing theme park expansion in a long, long time is opening without its biggest gem.

I'm gonna put money on it opening alongside the D23 Expo in August. So, two months after opening. Which makes sense with what people have been saying about it in WDW (Late November-ish).
 

sponono88

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Meanwhile at Disneyland on opening day.. the reservation system is working wonders. Wide open walkways and a 5 minute wait for smugglers run. Cantina and lightsaber workshop still have high waits, however.

Pictures below are from parksandcons on Twitter (posted at 10:30AM PDT) https://twitter.com/ParksAndCons
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danlb_2000

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deeevo

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Meanwhile at Disneyland on opening day.. the reservation system is working wonders. Wide open walkways and a 5 minute wait for smugglers run. Cantina and lightsaber workshop still have high waits, however.

Pictures below are from parksandcons on Twitter (posted at 10:30AM PDT) https://twitter.com/ParksAndCons
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And what's crazy is I saw the rest of the park has low wait times. You would think all those people would be hanging out in DL or CA waiting there turn.
 

DisneyRoy

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I would be ok with that also, but I think the challenge will be how they would handle on site guests. Anyone staying at a DL hotel got a reservation, but WDW has way more rooms then DL.

Yea I don't think they could do that. I think they'll do the virtual queue that Disneyland is doing once the reservation period is over.
 

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