The only operating attraction inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is less than what you were promised and less than you wanted it to be.
Early reviews for the land are largely favorable, praising the immersive environment and attention to detail, while critiques for Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run range from "slightly underwhelming" to "mind-blowing."
Disney World guests may be upset over increased ticket prices, but in the eyes of Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger, the company’s pricing strategy is working.
SeaWorld Entertainment CEO Gus Antorcha talked rising attendance and competition from other parks on the company's quarterly earnings call, but didn't discuss recent layoffs or departures of top executives.
Recognizing the demand for the 14-acre “Star Wars”-themed land, Disney is trying some different approaches to control crowds.
If Central Florida fans can't wait to see Galaxy's Edge, the only option is going to Disneyland, where the 14-acre land will open May 31 and require a no-cost reservation to gain access.