Though 2019 will mark the end of the Skywalker saga with Star Wars Episode IX, it will also mark the beginning of fans visiting its universe in theme-park form. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Star Wars Land” is set to open in Disney World in Florida and Disneyland Anaheim in coordination with the much-anticipated sequel. Disney had previously announced its plans to build the park — its biggest single-theme expansion ever — in 2015, before the release of Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens. At the time, Vulture learned that there were plans to create a Millennium Falcon ride, which seems like a disrespectful way to treat a ship that has saved the rebellion umpteen times, but regardless will probably make you want to start planning your family vacation for two years from now.
’Star Wars Land’ concept art Photo: Handout/Disney Enterprises, Inc./Lucasfilm Ltd.