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When Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge was opened earlier this year at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, what we got was actually just the Phase One of the new land . Two major attractions were promised when Galaxy's Edge was first announced, and while we got Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run on the first day of the new earth, we all had to wait for a huge new attraction called Rise of the Resistance.
Now, that waiting is almost over, Rise of the Resistance will open tomorrow at the Walt Disney World version of Galaxy's Edge, but this morning the media and some VIPs could give a look before the race. To put it simply, it seems that Rise of the Resistance is all that we have been promised.
One of the lucky people to take a look at Rise of the Resistance was Mick Joest of CinemaBlend, of which I am not at all jealous, who said the trip was so amazing which almost brought him to tears.
Needless to say, it is a burning approval for Rise of the Resistance. We have seen some details on how the Rise of Resistance is divided into segments and the final part, which is the actual race, is only part of the experience.
The ride sees the guests join the Resistance but be captured by the First Order. The “ride” part of the attraction is an attempt to escape from a first order Star Destroyer. The parts in which you are recruited by the Resistance and captured on board your means of transport are technically, as Mick indicates, only part of the line.
The more we learned about Rise of the Resistance, the clearer it was that the reason he wasn't ready for the opening of Galaxy's Edge was the simple fact that the attraction was so great that simply could not be finished in time. The Orange County Registry states that everything related to the new experience will leave guests thrilled.
Rise of the Resistance will leave you wondering again and again how Walt Disney Imagineering has achieved one visual illusion after another, with each scene exceeding the last in some way. Disney's new Star Wars attraction redefines the meaning of E-ticket: Extraordinary.
Walt Disney Imagineering wiped out people from 1950 'S. You can learn all about this in the Disney series The Imagineeering Story (and you can get a seven-day free Disney trial here to do it). You would think that in the end they would have stepped aside to surprise us, but that day hasn't quite arrived yet.
The idea of theme park attractions, especially in the Disney Parks, is to give guests the experience of feeling like they are in their favorite movies, according to IGN, Rise of the Resistance does exactly that, and does it better than any ride in the theme park before it.
The real strength of Rise lies in its ability to tell a compelling and cohesive story that increases tension and makes you guess as it unfolds … Everything takes place as a credible sequence from one of the film, complete with a soundtrack that induces goose bumps and clear images that use CGI backgrounds and movies of the actors, in addition to the practical effects and projections of the characters … Rise of the Resistance is a technical marvel that keeps its promise of fully immerse the knights in the Star Wars galaxy.
The closest thing I found to a negative comment about Rise of the Resistance comes from a theme park writer, who says that “it's not a perfect tour” as he continues to to say that the experience went away without words.
The media are not the only ones who have had a chance to take a look at Rise of the Resistance in advance. Neil Patrick Harris who read at the annual Processional candlelight of Walt Disney's World last night had a look at the tour, as did Josh Gad, who had a look at the tour along with Scott Trowbridge, who leads the Imagineers team that manages all the Star Wars related projects. .
It seems that Rise of the Resistance is a true triumph. Walt Disney World guests will be able to experience the attraction for themselves starting tomorrow. The attraction will open in Disneyland January 02, 2020.