If you weren’t satisfied with how much money Disney has taken from you at the movies this year, nor does the prospect of paying every month for Disney+ this fall do it for you, then be prepared to give away what precious cash you have left. As the D23 convention kicks off the folks over at Disney Parks have unveiled their plans for the future of their growing empire – er, a bevy of experiences – and have unveiled new looks at upcoming attractions from the worlds of Star Wars and Marvel.
On the D23 show floor, Disney unveiled their Disney Parks “Imagining Tomorrow, Today” pavilion, which teased plans for several new attractions. But, of course, of all it teases the one that stands out the most is the upcoming “Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser” experience. Not a roller coaster, interactive ride, or even a themed churro stand, “Galactic Starcruiser” allows guests to board the Halcyon for a two-night vacation experience meant to get you as close to a space vacation as possible.
Here are the description and a photo:
Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, invites guests to embark on a two-night adventure aboard a glamorous starship. During this first-of-its-kind vacation experience, you’ll interact with characters and become an active participant in immersive stories that unfold over the course of an unforgettable galactic journey on board the starcruiser (to be called the Halcyon).
Next, plans were shown for the upcoming Marvel attraction – “Avengers Campus” – which will be at Disney California Adventure and Disneyland Paris. The idea is to make guests feel like a member of the super team as they get to on an interactive experience around the world…and where half of the said guests may or may not turn to ash over the course of things. But don’t worry, the other half may bring them back…and one guest may come back looking very, very old.
“…guests who visit these campuses will become part of an interconnected, global story spanning from California to Paris to Hong Kong, as the Avengers recruit new extraordinary people to join them.”
Disney didn’t provide any dates for when these attractions would be up and ready for guests to come visit, but anyone going to D23 can stop by the pavilion to check out the models. If you aren’t able to get over to the convention then we will have your back here, so stay tuned for any breaking news coming out of the festivities.