Disney's Star Wars Land: See Galaxy's Edge Costumes And More

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There's still not an announced opening date for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland or Walt Disney World's Hollywood Studios. However, that magical day is getting close. Close enough, in fact, that the Disney company has given parks employees the first look at what those who inhabit the new immersive land will look like.

Galaxy's Edge is set on the planet Batuu--a location that has yet to be explored in Star Wars films or TV shows--as visitors find themselves caught between the First Order and a rising rebellion. As such, the land--at both parks--will be full of First Order soldiers, rebels, and those who simply live on the planet. To get into the roles, employees will be provided with a variety of costuming options to create unique looks, making the immersive experience feel more real.

As you can see above, the costumes displayed were those for the face characters--also known as those not wearing masks--in Galaxy's Edge. What wasn't shown to employees the creatures that will also be present on Batuu. After all, what's a planet in the Star Wars galaxy without some really interesting-looking aliens?

Additionally, employee nametags displayed in the land will show the worker's name in English, as well as Aurebesh. This particular script first appeared in 1983's Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi.

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The more news released about Galaxy's Edge, the more exciting the upcoming Disney Parks extension becomes. Whether it's the comic book that will tell Batuu's backstory prior to the land's opening or the announcement that the land's cantina will serve alcohol--a first for Disneyland--there's a lot for Star Wars fans to be excited about.

Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opens at Disneyland this summer, with the Hollywood Studios version in Orlando debuting in the fall.

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