The historic August 29 grand opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is right around the corner. And while we’ve been sharing many exciting updates and images from the land, today’s awe-inspiring aerial view may just be our best yet!
The video, which includes new music from Oscar-winning composer John Williams, features our first look at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge as the sun rises. It also showcases the land’s amazing landscape and rockwork recently featured in our exclusive “Building Batuu” series.
As regular readers know, at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you’ll be transported to the planet of Batuu, where you can live your own adventure in and around Black Spire Outpost. Beginning August 29 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you’ll be able to take the controls of the most famous ship in the galaxy aboard Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, enjoy innovative food and beverage offerings and several new galactic experiences as you become part of the Star Wars story.
The new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, which opened May 31, 2019, at Disneyland park in California, will open August 29, 2019, at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida.
For more stories from inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, check out the list of related posts below and visit our special page dedicated to all things Star Wars.
- Droid Depot, Savi’s Workshop and Oga’s Cantina at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Accepting Reservations
- Building Batuu: Creating Otherworldly Topography for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
- Timing for Opening of Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance Announced
- Encounter the First Order and Heroes of the Resistance During Your Visit to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
That overhead of the Falcon (top of page) is absolutely fantastic. The amount of detail and distressing that they put into the top rear is really amazing – especially considering that people can’t see it from the ground and most will never know its there! Kudos again, WDI, on spectacular set design!