From Star Wars Weekends, to the reimagining of Star Tours, to last weekend’s Last Tour to Endor Party and Star Wars Celebration V, the Star Wars universe has been a hot topic on Disney Parks Blog. Read on for some of our coverage on all things Star Wars. Did you attend Star Wars Weekends or the Last Tour to Endor Party? Let us know in the comments.
Star Tours, an attraction at both Disneyland park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios that takes guests into the Star Wars universe, is undergoing an exciting reimagining.
New Star Tours Video Makes Us Ask: Where Will the New Star Tours Attraction Take Us? – At the Star Wars Celebration V fan event, fans caught a first glimpse of a new video that will appear in the queue area of the reimagined Star Tours attraction next year.
‘What’s Next’ at the Disneyland Resort – The new Star Tours 3-D attraction will bridge that “long time ago” between the two Star Wars trilogies.
Star Tours Prepares for Reimagining at Disneyland, Walt Disney World Resorts – The all-new Star Tours will feature a new 3-D, immersive experience that’ll take guests to familiar places in the Star Wars galaxy.
The closing of Star Tours was commemorated at Disney’s Hollywood Studios during the Last Tour to Endor Party.
Darth Vader vs. Indiana Jones at Disney’s Hollywood Studios? – The party featured a special show, which featured Star Wars characters like Darth Vader making one-night-only appearances in the park’s “Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular” live show.
Star Wars ‘Last Tour to Endor’ Party Is August 14 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios – Last Tour to Endor featured a special Star Wars-themed fireworks show, a “Death Star Disco,” live entertainment, Disney Characters and a special edition of Hyperspace Hoopla.
The Last Tour to Endor Party was held as part of Star Wars Celebration V, one of the largest gatherings of Star Wars fans.
Sneak Preview: Boba Fett Racer Exclusively at Star Wars Celebration V – This Boba Fett Racer was created exclusively for Star Wars Celebration V.
Sneak Peek: Donald Duck as Shadow Trooper Action Figure Exclusively for Star Wars Celebration V – Donald Duck explores his darker side as he portrays the Empire’s stealth soldier, the shadow trooper, in this exclusive Star Wars Celebration V piece.
Sneak Preview: Starspeeder 1000 Collectible Exclusively at Star Wars Celebration V – Another Star Wars Celebration V exclusive – the Starspeeder 1000 “Sneak Preview” Vehicle.
But for the ultimate Star Wars and Disney event, look no further than Star Wars Weekends.
Star Wars Weekends Art Event! – These pieces were created as a tribute to this year’s Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Sights, Sounds of Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios – Some of the sights and sounds that make Star Wars Weekends special.
Star Wars Weekends Firsts – For the very first time, the Disney Hollywood Studios Sketch Artists and Ink & Paint Teams created limited edition, hand inked & painted cels especially for Star Wars Weekends.
Building a Disney Star Wars Weekends Ad – Each year, our Yellow Shoes Creative Group creates a series of unique Star Wars Weekends ads featuring characters in settings like they’ve never been seen before – and this year was no exception.
Great Moments in Movie History – Featuring Minnie Mouse, R2-MK – “Great Moments in Movie History” as reenacted by Minnie Mouse and introducing R2-MK.
Star Wars Weekends 2010 Galactic Bounty – Out-of-this universe merchandise created by Disney Theme Park Merchandise to commemorate Star Wars Weekends 2010.
Star Wars Weekends 2010 Pins – Some of our favorite pins created for Star Wars Weekends 2010.
why dont they offer this at disneyland california??? they should?? im a huge star wars fan….
Will the Jedi Training shows still be held while Star Tours is closed?
We attended Star Wars Weekend and my son was able to do the Jedi Training. It was great to watch him battle Darth Vader. He was also stormed by the Storm Troopers where he had to use the force to defeat them. He had such a good time and we have memories to cherish forever.
I would love to have the dates for Star Wars Weekend at WDW. I usually need about 9-10 months to plan.
Hey Disney. While Consturcting Star Tours II At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Can You Guys Keep The Imperial Walker In I Don’t Know The Backot Studio Tour, Please?!