Star wars disney theme park?

Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by kameron b, Nov 1, 2012.

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  1. kameron b Jedi Youngling

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    Sep 4, 2012
    omg. the possibilities are endless. The best theme park company could make a star wars themed park. what would you want to see? I would want to go inside the millennium falcon.
    Amon_Amarth and obi-rob-kenobi4 like this.
  2. PrincessKenobi New Films Manager

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    I think this is better suited in Star Wars Community. :)
  3. Wookiee_Vader Jedi Master

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    A full size cantina complete with guys in Bith suits playing "that song". Oh, and blue milk. I've always wanted to try that stuff.
  4. obi-rob-kenobi4 Jedi Master

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    Listen to the force cast everybody. Its defiantly going to happen.

    And I think its absolutely wonderful.@};-=D=

    Its not going to just be "a theme park" its a REAL DEAL full Disney park.

    Just means George Lucas and his Star Wars creation immortalized for a LONG Time for decades to come.

    A statue of George Lucas holding Yoda's hand and "pointing". Just like the one of Walt Disney and Micky mouse.

    For fans it cant be denied that this was a fitting and classy way to send off Star Wars by its creator at the end of his life before he died.

    This is the thought that should make those who consider themselves "true SW fans" feel at peace. Much like its compassionate buddhist creator is at peace with it.

    Its the big picture people. George Lucas always thought in terms of the bigger picture.

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  5. kameron b Jedi Youngling

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    sorry it's been a while since ive used the forum.
  6. Jedirush2112 Jedi Master

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    Its going to happen in Disneyland Califirnia!
  7. Amon_Amarth Jedi Grand Master

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    So hold on a sec, is this actually happening? If so, YES!
  8. I Are The Internets Force Ghost

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  9. RebelBird631 Jedi Youngling

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    Well first of all, Disney wouldn't do an entire theme park based on Star Wars, but they should do a land. BC that's pretty much how they are when it comes to the difference between parks/lands/attractions. They have an entire themed park, and create certain lands/areas that fit into the theme of the park, and then make attractions from movies, tv shows, etc. that fit into the main central theme of the land. Somebody mentioned earlier about DL California..the problem is there's not much room for expansion in DL unless they wiped out certain areas of California Adventure... I could see it happening in WDW though, the area behind Rock n' Roller Coaster(Where Jaba's Hutt is during Star Wars Weekends) is HUGE and pretty much just wastted space. If you look at aerial shots of it there's nothing there. it's just a huge empty parking lot. IMO, this would be perfect for a star wars based land. and plus, it fits into the theme of Hollywood Studios.

    A perfect example would be what Disneyland just did with Cars. They made a Carsland in California Adventure...granted, I realize the Star Wars Universe is on a much larger scale than Cars, but it's the same frame of mind for the imagineers
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  10. Zaranne Jedi Master

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    DL would be awesome, since that's where I live, but I'd go to Florida if necessary. I agree that a Land is probably more on the scale of what Disney is looking at. If anything, just to test it out first. Frankly, I don't see how well Cars Land is going to do. I've been there a few times, and I'm already bored of it.
  11. NoChesterHester Jedi Knight

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    Cars Land has turned that moribund park into a juggernaut that competes in attendance with Disneyland. It will hold up well because for the first time Disneyland is becoming a resort destination rather than just the worlds most famous regional park.

    Disneyland Paris is currently rumored to receive the first Star Wars Mini Land, but there are building rumors of something major in Florida. Disney's bug convention is in August. They will likely reveal new plans then.
  12. Darth Archimage Jedi Master

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    May 28, 2013
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    They already have the Death Star at Epcot.

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