PHOTO: Take A Peek Inside the New Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance Attraction

As previously announced, the highly-anticipated Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance attraction will open on December 5, 2019 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida and January 17, 2020 at Disneyland park in California.

Earlier today, the Walt Disney World Resort shared a first look inside the attraction! Check out the photo below:

When it opens, this harrowing adventure will blur the lines between fantasy and reality and will put you in the middle of a climactic battle between the First Order and the Resistance. You will join the Resistance and depart from Batuu in a transport ship to meet General Leia Organa at a secret rendezvous point. Along the way, however, you will be captured by a First Order Star Destroyer. The action then ramps up as you seek to escape the clutches of Kylo Ren and the First Order – with the help of some heroes of the Resistance.

Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance will be one of the most ambitious, advanced and immersive experiences ever undertaken by Walt Disney Imagineering. The attraction is also one of the largest Disney has ever created. Its massive show building is a world unto itself, housing two full-size AT-AT walkers and a Star Destroyer hangar bay – complete with a TIE fighter and a garrison of Stormtroopers – plus more thrills and surprises.

PHOTO: © 2019 Walt Disney World Resort. All Rights Reserved.


  1. Oh good.
    Even more stuff from the newer movies.
    Not like anyone enjoys the originals.

  2. I guess we should learn the Picard maneuver. It's where you make the ship appear to be two places at once on the radar and can momentarily confuse the enemy where to target as you accelerate towards the enemy ship real sudden and wasn't defendable till Picard was captured by the Borg briefly and they exploited the defense. God I hope the Borg don't EVER come to the Star Wars land as they will quickly adapt to any weapons or powers used after a few free hits.
    The Picard Maneuver was a battle tactic invented by Starfleet Captain Jean-Luc Picard. In 2355, Picard was in command of the USS Stargazer when it was attacked by an unknown alien vessel, later determined to be of Ferengi origin. The subsequent engagement and destruction of the Ferengi ship was sometimes called the Battle of Maxia by some Ferengi.

    The Picard Maneuver was born out of desperation during the battle. The Stargazer, which was damaged, suddenly accelerated into high warp directly towards the Ferengi ship. By doing so the Stargazer appeared to ship's sensors, for an instant, to be in two places at once. When data from the newly-moved ship reached the Ferengi ship's sensors, data from its previous position was still arriving, so the Ferengi effectively "saw" two Stargazers in different locations.

    The conflicting and rapidly shifting data caused the Ferengi to target and fire on the wrong vessel, and since the Stargazer opened fire as soon as it dropped out of warp, the Ferengi ship had no time to maneuver out of the way before the phasers and photon torpedoes hit. The Ferengi ship was destroyed. This technique was so successful that it was named after Picard, and there was no known defense against it until 2364.


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