Sneak Peek of Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance Offered on Good Morning America

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As part of Disney’s push this week to get all things Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in front of more eyes, Good Morning America has given us a sneak peek at the Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance attraction that opens later this year at Walt Disney World. The attraction opening timeframe for the Disneyland version was missed, and pushed to 2020.

This morning on Good Morning America, they took us inside the all-new Rise of the Resistance attraction. While the sneak peek didn’t offer any new details, it did give us a look at the reveal from inside the Resistance Intersystem Transport Ship as you enter the Star Destroyer.

You can watch the full segment in the video below. Let us know what you think! Did you enjoy the sneak peek put out by Disney or was it just more of the same? For more on the attraction, keep reading below.

Rise of the Resistance is said to be the most ambitious, most technologically advanced ride that Disney has ever built. It will immerse guests in the middle of a climactic battle between the First Order and the Resistance and will blur the lines between fantasy and reality. Guests will get an active role in the fight against the First Order that will include a face-off with Kylo Ren! Put up against Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, we anticipate that this attraction will be the showstopper once it opens in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

Back to Rise of the Resistance. The attraction begins in the Resistance forest, with guests entering the queue under a canon and into an outdoor queue that winds between trees and rockwork before entering a cave system.

Rise of the Resistance entrance

Guests will be going through tunnels carved by an ancient civilization with old carvings. In the caves, guests will also pass munition supplies before coming face-to-face with Poe’s ship and ultimately boarding the Resistance Intersystem Transport Ship. Before guests board, BB-8 will greet guests in the Ready Room. Rey will then appear as a hologram asking guests to join the Resistance and fight the First Order in a dangerous mission. The wingman for the off-planet mission will be Resistance pilot Poe Dameron. The transport ship will be piloted by an audio-animatronic Nien Nunb that will be seated in the cockpit. The ship is then cleared for take-off as the transport doors close. While carrying out the mission for the Resistance, the ship and all of the guests on board will be captured by a Star Destroyer.

Model of the Resistance Intersystem Transport Ship

Poe will leave to get backup, but while he does, you’re taken hostage by the First Order. A massive hanger with a 100-foot wide screen of outer space will immerse you in a very familiar Star Wars scene. You’ll ultimately find yourself in a holding cell, formulating a plan to escape.

You’ll board a First Order Fleet Transport trackless ride vehicle to wind through a variety of scenes as you try to make it back onto a friendly ship that can help you return safely to Batuu. Poe will arrive just in time with other Resistance fighters to help you escape and make it back to Black Spire Outpost.

The whole experience is going to culminate in one of the most ambitious and immersive attractions ever built by Imagineering.

Just a few reminders:

  • According to Disney, Rise of the Resistance will follow in the operational footsteps of Smugglers Run and it will not offer any FastPasses when it opens. This applies to both the Disneyland and Walt Disney World version of the attractions, as the answer shows up on each of the respective FAQ sections.
  • Rise of the Resistance will have a minimum height requirement of 40″.

For more on Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and all things Disney Parks, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com.

Mike
Mike is the owner and writer for BlogMickey.com. Visiting the parks daily allows him to keep up with the latest Disney news, reviews, and photos from around the Disney Parks

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