PHOTOS - Latest Star Wars Galaxy's Edge aerial construction pictures from Disney's Hollywood Studios

Jun 11, 2019 in "Star Wars Galaxy's Edge"

Star Wars Galaxy's Edge aerial pictures - June 2019
Posted: Tuesday June 11, 2019 10:50am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney's Hollywood Studios is just over two months from its August 29 opening of Star Wars Galaxy's Edge, and these latest aerial photos give a great look at the near complete land.

More of the ships are being positioned - in this picture below you can see a First Order TIE echelon and above an X-wing Starfighter.

Click the gallery for more June 2019 aerial pictures of Star Wars Galaxy's Edge at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Photos for WDWMAGIC by @cchard.

 

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TikibirdLand15 days ago

His meandering post said something to the effect, "Loved Star Wars Land but the ride was too short". A buddy asked him what he thought of the Millenium Falcon. His response was, "What Millenium Falcon?". Apparently, he rode Star Tours and went to Launch Bay and never thought to check the map to find Batuu. If true, I hope this doesn't represent the regular DHS visitor!

MisterPenguin15 days ago

OMG. A video I can't skip ahead or speed up. It was torture. I had to click away from that meandering mess since he couldn't get within a galaxy of the point he was going to make. I'll just assume that his embarrassing admission he was leading up to was being associated with such a bad website.

TikibirdLand15 days ago

Even with all that space, some vloggers can't even FIND BATUU!

Animaniac93-9816 days ago

And yet, despite all that space, there's still nowhere to sit down and hardly any shade. 😕

yensidtlaw196916 days ago

I'll never forget my first visit to Batuu - it was at Disneyland. And if you think the amount of open space is unfortunate at Hollywood Studios . . . Hooooo boy. In the amount of space GE West takes up you could fit Disneyland's versions of The Haunted Mansion, Pirates, Splash Mountain, Indiana Jones, Big Thunder, The Matterhorn, Space Mountain, and still have room left over for a suite of 3 Fantasyland Dark Rides. I can get behind taking advantage of "the blessing of size" down in Florida to create impressively scaled environments like Pandora and Galaxy's Edge. But considering how chronically low on space Disneyland has been for its entire existence, my jaw dropped seeing that they gave so much of their remaining space over to . . . that. Perhaps my assessment would have been different if Rise had been open at the time of that visit - I've since ridden it several times on the East Coast and it's amazing. But still. The way space is used in GE at Disneyland, and how much of it, was absolutely haunting to witness.

egg17 days ago

How are we in the year of the lord 2022 without a Baby Yoda meet and greet?

TrainChasers17 days ago

Wait... you’re not my father? Oh well.... if I had nickel!

doctornick17 days ago

it took too long but they did offer a reasonable solution today with a 10% discount on the experience.

MoonRakerSCM17 days ago

Customer service my butt. Sheesh Disney.

Demarke18 days ago

Wow, it sure is! I don’t know how you get away with telling someone to go buy one when it’s still advertised as part of the experience!

Joel18 days ago

The carrying case totally didn't figure into the price at all, but it was important enough to be listed in the "Important Details" section of the Savi's page on the website.

VJ18 days ago

Don't worry, it's just a supply chain issue. Disney will totally reverse the change when the supply chain issues are over. Totally.

Notes from Neverland18 days ago

Not a great look.

VJ18 days ago

Wonder how long Disney will use the "supply chain issue" excuse before people finally have enough. Though you'd think people would have already reached that point by now.