Crowds have been lower than expected at Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios since both parks opened their version of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
After careful crowd control for the West Coast version of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the Disney World edition of the land attracted lines as long as five hours on its opening day.
As part of the media preview for Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, reporters were given a tour of the larger and more ambitious of the 14-acre land’s two rides.
Attendance at U.S. Disney parks was down 3 percent in the quarter Galaxy's Edge opened in Disneyland, despite (or perhaps because of) the enormous hype for the 14-acre expansion.
Passholders are already being warned they won’t be able to experience everything in Galaxy’s Edge during their four-hour time slot.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will see almost a full month of previews before it opens to the general public on Aug. 29.
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Those with Platinum and Platinum Plus passes and the Premier Passport will be able to sign up for “complimentary special preview opportunities planned before the land’s opening.”
Of all the descriptions Disney executives have used to hype Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, once I saw it for myself, all I could manage was silent, wide-eyed wonder.