Star Wars Weekends Returns for 2012 Galactic Fun

Star Wars Weekends returns to Disney’s Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from May 18-June 10, 2012, as fans gather to celebrates the Star Wars film saga and the hit animated television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. We’re still waiting to hear who will fill out the celebrity lineup on the weekends, but with the new Star Tours having a year under its belt, it should be a great event.

The centerpiece of the celebration will be the spectacular 3-D attraction, “Star Tours – The Adventures Continue.” The attraction, which opened last spring at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, uses eye-popping 3-D, a dramatic musical score and motion simulator-based technology to immerse guests in the Star Wars galaxy like never before.

“Jedi Training Academy,” one of the interactive entertainment experiences at the theme park, allows young guests to learn from a Jedi Master before testing their newly acquired skills in a battle with Darth Vader.

Also featured at Star Wars Weekends: the chance for fans to purchase one-of-a-kind Star Wars memorabilia, Star Wars games, plus there’s special Star Wars parades and motorcades, star conversations and autograph sessions with Star Wars actors and creative talent. The ever-popular “Hyperspace Hoopla” ends each Star Wars Weekends day with a show filled with comedy, dancing, high-energy music and many of the famed Star Wars characters.

For more information and future updates, guests may go online to disneyworld.com/starwarsweekends.

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  6. ed44 says:

    Ugh. I can’t imagine anything more NOT current and interesting than “Star Wars.” I feel like it’s really, really past its prime.

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