Pictured: a typical evening crowd in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
DISNEYLAND, CA -- Disneyland Resort and Spa in Anaheim, CA, used to have a perfect record when it came to accidents involving Light Sabers.
In fact, in the entire 64-year history of Disneyland Park, records show that not a single person reported an injury from a Light Saber. Blaster misfires, yes; accidental Force-chokes, sure. Those could hardly be avoided.
Over the past seven days, there have been 107 reported Light Saber injuries at ...
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DISNEYLAND, CA -- The Disney Company has seen the light and will now sell Churro Light Sabers! Just two days after Uncle Walt's Insider broke the news that the "build your own light saber" experience at the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge did not include that option, the company announced the change.
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Our panel was not that impressed.
DISNEYLAND, CA -- The highly-anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge has been open for a day, and the first impressions are rolling in: Yawn.
That's right, apparently it's just okay, but nothing too exciting. Uncle Walt's Insider assembled a six-person panel of first-day Galaxy's Edge visitors to give us their reactions (mainly because someone here slept late and didn't get us first-day reservations like he promised, Ub.) We'll use their real names because thinking up fake ones is work.
It's here! We give you the inside look at <<new thing>>!
PLACE, STATE -- [Ed.: Marty, the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge land opens at Disneyland on Friday, May 31. I've set this article up to publish on that date. BE SURE to fill it in with updates, photos, and information before it runs! Don't screw this up!]
[Marty: I won't let you down, boss!]
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"It's not a ripoff of Galaxy's Edge, because Space: 1999 wasn't a ripoff of Star Wars."
GRAND PRAIRIE, TX -- "It's like nothing you've ever seen before." That's the official word from Six Flags (the company) spokesperson Jun Flags (no relation) about the new lands coming to Six Flags Over Georgia and Six Flags Magic Mountain.
"When I say 'It's like nothing you've ever seen before,' I mean that literally," says Flags (no relation), "and can legally continue to say it until Friday when ...