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Here’s our first look at the Disneyland Star Wars theme park

Now that we’re going to get a new film every year, Star Wars news is never far away.

And with Disney planning Star Wars expansions to its Disneyland and Disney World Resorts, Star Wars fever shows no signs of slowing down.

Now Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford, has taken to the stage during the Disneyland 60 TV event in the US to introduce the first look at what the new expansions will look like.

You can check out the video below:

The expansions will span 14 acres and are currently being constructed in Disneyland in California and Disney World in Florida.

Disney has not given official opening dates yet but it will want to capitalise on the new film series’ success as soon as they can.

It seems from the concept art that the Star Wars theme parks will include a marketplace, and cantina, among other areas.

And of course, the rides themselves also look pretty impressive. One allows you to pilot the Millenium Falcon while the other puts you directly into a battle between the Resistance and the First Order.

Here’s a few screenshots showing some of the newly revealed designs:




And some showing how the rides might look when finished:




Would you go to the Star Wars theme park? Let us know in the comments below.

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