Poster revealed for the upcoming Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser experience coming to Walt Disney World

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Poster for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser at Walt Disney World
Posted: Wednesday July 21, 2021 3:08pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Like a movie or attraction, the upcoming Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser has its very own poster, and Disney has shared a first look as it is unveiled today.

Opening in 2022 at the Walt Disney World Resort, Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will invite you into a new kind of "storyliving" as you travel the galaxy in a finely appointed starship.

In the poster, we see the Halcyon starcruiser, which will be home for the two-night stay. The four people in the center of the poster represent the travelers - you.

A modified R-series astromech takes centerstage; no doubt the droid will be part of the experience.

In the lower-left, we see the Crown of Corellia Dining Room, and in the lower right is the next generation of lightsaber training.

At the top of the poster, we see Kylo Ren and the First Order - which, of course, will be part of the experience.

Finally, the spires of Black Spire Outpost on Batuu can be seen in the lower part of the poster - which travelers aboard the Halcyon will be visiting during their stay.

In addition to the new poster, Disney has said the it will soon be offering even more details as part of an in-depth panel presentation from Walt Disney Imagineering.

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MisterPenguin1 hour ago

Well, let them go ahead and use the exit doors. They all will be connected to rapid decompression champers kept at 2 degrees Kelvin to simulate going out an airlock. If it's not 100% immersive, it's not immersive at all!!!

corran horn7 hours ago

"There should be no red EXIT signs. All signage should be in Aurebesh. If you cannot read it you deserve to die in any fire." (there will be no pool to jump into for safety, as we've established)

nickys1 day ago

Next time your wife wants to meet characters you could always go and do something else.

THE 1HAPPY HAUNT1 day ago

Plust don't forget some adults never went there as a kid so for many of them, its their first time going to the parks and seeing a character for the first time.

dmw1 day ago

Why do adults get so excited for anything fictitious? I mean, Star Wars is complete fiction but a LOT of adults are totally into the stories as if they are real. Look at how many people argue cannon just on this forum. Personally, I enjoy meeting costumed characters, and even dressing up myself. Yes, I know there is a poor CM in the costume pretending to be a favorite character. But, I also know the character is not real in any movie, book, etc. So, what difference does it make? It's just part of having fun, at least for me. I certainly can understand if that is not fun for everyone.

GimpYancIent1 day ago

Age has nothing to do with going to Disney. I enjoy interacting with characters along with my grand children. Yes, it is fun.

THE 1HAPPY HAUNT1 day ago

exactly

THE 1HAPPY HAUNT1 day ago

meeting characters is a fun thing for the young and old to do. for the old, yeah we know its not really them but that is what makes it cool. we are meeing a physical representation of beloved cartoon character. its a fun thing to do at the parks.

dsinclair1 day ago

There should be a character named Biggs Omas that walks around on the hour yelling, "Let's get ready for some Star Wars!"

danlb_20001 day ago

If you are talking about proper immersion, then you should never see the words "Star Wars" at all.

pdude811 day ago

magnanimous661 day ago

Disney will put some unfortunate employee in the suit and make him/her walk around and do nothing. I never understood why adults get so excited for costumed characters. Last year I waited in line for 45 minutes to meet Anna and Elsa. My wife really wanted to meet them. Why I don't know. Even my 13 year old son thought that it was ridiculous. When we finally got to meet them is was so strange and awkward. I didn't know what to say, cause your not who you trying to portray. I just found it to be strange. I guess its not really targeted for adults, but if the younger kids enjoy it then that's cool.

magnanimous661 day ago

He wouldn't be. Its just made up Star Wars in attempt to sell over price hotel rooms. period! Its a perfect example of Disney's greed.

magnanimous661 day ago

In 1977 my father took me to see Star Wars in the movie theater. Ever since that trip everything Sc-Fi (for me) was compared to Star Wars. As a child Star Wars fueled my imagination, my childhood was filled with new imaginative Star Wars adventures. I had the toys, the shirts, the records, the trading cards. For me, as a child Star Wars was everything. Even as an adult I buy Star Wars Sideshow and Hot Toys collectibles. Yes I'm a Harry Potter fan. I enjoyed the movies. I haven't read the books yet. But I was an adult when the Harry Potter movies came out, so there isn't the same deep emotional attachment with Harry that I have with Star Wars and that explains my intent. Its ok to criticize something you hold in high regard.