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[Disneyland] Du changement pour l'attraction Star Tours II
La trajet ne sera plus totalement aléatoire
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Salut à tous,

Depuis 2011 aux États-Unis et 2017 en France, Star Tours II enchante les visiteurs des parcs Disneyland en proposant un trajet contenant plusieurs dizaines de combinaisons possibles. Mais cela va bientôt changer. En effet dès vendredi (aux États-Unis), le trajet ne sera plus aléatoire pendant une période encore non définie. Tous les trajets seront identiques et contiendront : une nouvelle scène d'ouverture, la scène sur Jakku, l'interlude avec BB-8 et la nouvelle planète de l'épisode VIII : Crait.

  • Star Tours 2
  • Crait

Ensuite, à une date encore inconnue, il sera possible de choisir si l'on veut voir ce trajet tiré de la postlogie ou bien si l'on préfère les trajets tirés des épisodes I à VI. À noter à ce sujet que les sources sont contradictoires, WDWNT annonce un trajet aléatoire à travers les épisodes I à VI tandis qu'Endor Express annonce un choix de trajet entre la trilogie, la prélogie ou la postlogie soit des trajets encore moins aléatoire.

Il n'y a pas encore eu d'annonces concernant Disneyland Paris mais nulle doute que cela arrivera par chez nous également.

Que pensez-vous de ce changement de politique ? On en parle sur le forum.

Et si vous ne pouvez pas vous y rendre cette année, je vous rappelle que la prochaine sortie SWU à Disneyland aura lieu le samedi 10 février. Les inscriptions ont lieu ici.

À bientôt dans cette galaxie comme dans l'autre...

Parution : 14/11/2017
Validé par : shane1609
Section : Communauté
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  • 14/11/2017 - 9:44
    Du changement du côté de Star Tours : ... rs-ii.html
  • 17/11/2017 - 21:13
    La planète que l'on pourra explorer en visitant Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge à Disneyland Park à Anaheim et à Disney's Hollywood Studios à Orlando porte le nom de Batuu !


    Star Tours Gives Guests First Peek at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Planet at Disney Parks

    This morning, guests on Star Tours – The Adventures Continue boarded Starspeeders at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disneyland park to discover a thrilling new journey to the farthest reaches of space and found themselves landing unexpectedly on a planet in the outer rim of the Star Wars galaxy – a planet known to C-3PO, and now to us, as Batuu.

    This remote outpost on the galaxy’s edge was once a busy crossroads along the old sub-lightspeed trade routes, but its prominence was bypassed by the rise of hyperspace travel. Now home to those who prefer to stay out of the mainstream, it has become a thriving port for smugglers, rogue traders and adventurers traveling between the frontier and uncharted space. It’s also a convenient safe haven for those intent on avoiding the expanding reach of the First Order. While Batuu may be new to us, it is clearly already familiar to many characters from the Star Wars saga as a stepping off point for epic adventures.

    As the Creative Executive on these projects working alongside so many talented Imagineers and Lucasfilm partners, I look forward to sharing more updates from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge as we further explore the stories and adventures you’ll be invited to discover when our new lands open in 2019.

  • 18/11/2017 - 8:22
    La news avec en bonus une petite vidéo de Mark Hamill : ... rs-ii.html
  • 19/11/2017 - 14:58
    Les reporters du quotidien californien The Orange County Register ont pu consulter auprès des services de la ville d'Anaheim le dessin de définition (blueprint) du land immersif Star Wars Galaxy's Edge actuellement en construction à Disneyland Park à Anaheim, Californie. De légères modifications peuvent avoir eu lieu depuis le dépôt des documents au service municipal délivrant les permis de bâtir et la réalisation finale de ces plans, mais cela donne une bonne idée de ce qui nous attend à Batuu.

    We saw the blueprints for Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and this is what they show

    The visitors who enter Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge after it opens in 2019 will step into the most intricate and immersive environment the park has ever created, with lush trees, exotic buildings, a land speeder garage, a droid shop and even a version of the Mos Eisley cantina, according to building plans Disney has filed with the city of Anaheim.

    The “Star Wars”-themed land, the largest single themed land ever built at the Anaheim park, will take up a 14-acre swath of land in the northern part of Frontierland. The blueprints detailing what will be in the land – and where – are arguably the most important plans for fans of the franchise since those for the Death Star.

    Here’s what they reveal :

    •Guests coming in from Fantasyland will first see a First Order performance stage and other props. Those entering from the west side see a verdant forest, a Jedi star ship and other props from the Resistance movement.

    •As park-goers work their way toward the middle of the area, they could walk inside a cantina – similar to the Mos Eisley from the films – and order a soft drink from a bartender manning a U-shaped bar and sit down in booths, and table tops while listening to an audio-animatronic DJ or band on a stage.

    •And in the large ride that will anchor Galaxy’s Edge, new villain Kylo Ren could make an appearance.


    Construction for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is well underway. A model of the land was unveiled at Disney’s biennial fan convention, the D23 Expo, in July, but the blueprints shed more light on the project’s size and scope. Disney is also building Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios in Florida’s Walt Disney World. It’s unclear how similar the two lands will be.

    Disney officials on Friday, Nov. 17, revealed that the concept of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is to place guests at a trading post on the planet Batuu.

    “Once a busy crossroads along the old sub-lightspeed trade routes, but its prominence was bypassed by the rise of hyperspace travel,” said Scott Trowbridge, portfolio creative executive at Walt Disney Imagineering on Disneys official parks blog. “Now home to those who prefer to stay out of the mainstream, it has become a thriving port for smugglers, rogue traders and adventurers traveling between the frontier and uncharted space.

    “It’s also a convenient safe haven for those intent on avoiding the expanding reach of the First Order,” he added.

    Galaxy’s Edge will feature two main rides – one that allows visitors to pilot the Millennium Falcon and another unnamed that pits them in the middle of a battle between the First Order and the Resistance.

    The blueprints provide more details, from the types of trees that will be planted in the Resistance Forest, the stones used for the building structures, the design of the sewer caps, to the restrooms and areas dedicated for stroller parking.

    City officials said like any development, the blueprints are not set in stone. Disney could modify the submitted plans anytime.

    A Disneyland spokesman did not provide any additional details on plans for the land.

    With the eighth installment of the Star Wars space opera franchise set to be released in mid-December, here are eight things that can be gleaned from the public plans filed by Disney.


    1. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land layout

    Disney officials and the model have previously revealed this but the blueprints lay out exactly how Star Wars land area will be configured. Galaxy’s Edge is split into two sides with a hub or conflict zone in the middle. The Resistance or Rebels are on the west side of the land lined with hundreds of lush trees and forest. The First Order appears to have a performance stage and other props on the east side. The Millennium Falcon and the second, unnamed ride occupy much of the north side of the land, while the middle serves as the trading port’s hub with a merchant area and marketplace.

    2. The First Order ride

    The building bears the code name “Alcatraz” in documents. It is a massive structure that nearly takes up nearly a quarter of Galaxy’s Edge. The plans reveal that inside, visitors will hop aboard an eight-person ride vehicle piloted by an astromech droid. Visitors will weave through projection scenes depicting a major space battle, elaborate props such as AT ATs, gunners, and a possible encounter with Kylo Ren (nicknamed Kylo-Vator in plans) before leaving in an escape pod. There are 18 scenes in total.

    3. Flying the Falcon

    Dubbed “Big Bird” in plans, the Millennium Falcon is 100-feet across. Inside, the ride has a pre-show room before guests go into one of what appear to be four turntable rooms. Pictures previously released by Disney show six passengers boarding a ship that allows them to pilot the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. Trowbridge, the Disney Imagineer, has previously said If a visitor does a good job flying the ship, that person will receive some kind of galactic credit. If a guest leaves the ship banged up, a bounty might be placed on the visitor’s head.

    4. Cantina

    This is your chance to stare down some aliens, negotiate a bounty or perhaps drink blue milk. Located directly across from the Millennium Falcon ride, the plan for the Cantina is nearly similar to the Mos Eisley in the movies. According to plans, the cantina will feature a U-shaped bar, booths, and tables. A stage will feature audio-animatronic performs, perhaps the Rex droid as the DJ as Disney officials previously announced.

    5. Merchants’ Row

    One of the features of the trading post is merchants’ row. One store that stands out was labeled “Saber.” Will there be a shop selling specifically Light Sabers? Plans for the building show six-story-high rocky spires fronting a one-story retail building with interior space about half the size of a football field. All the store fixtures will be themed to look like aged and distressed metal.

    6. Droids

    Disney executives have already hinted that droids will populate the land. They’ve been testing a J4KE or Jake Droid the past year at Disneyland. According to the plans, droids dominate the area. Droid charging stations will be located throughout the land and there also will be a droid mechanic shop.

    7. Landspeeder garage

    Remember Luke Skywalker floating around in a land speeder? There’s an area in Star Wars land, outside of a restaurant, that’s marked “land speeder garage,” with props of various parked space crafts.

    8. The Restaurant

    Documents reveal that there appears to be one large sit-down and table service restaurant. The restaurant – yet to be named or themed – appears in the middle of the land. Based on plans, it appears to be larger than the Blue Bayou restaurant in Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
  • 21/11/2017 - 0:27
    Des représentants de divers médias ont eu récemment l'occasion de tester un prototype de Star Wars : Secrets of the Empire, l'expérience de réalité virtuelle sur le point d'être commercialisée par The Void à Walt Disney World Resort et à Disneyland Resort.

    En voici le premier retour avec Bryan Bishop du site américain d'information The Verge :

    With Star Wars : Secrets of the Empire, virtual reality is finally ready for prime-time

    The Void and ILMxLAB takes guests to a galaxy far, far away

    Last week, I visited the lava planet Mustafar, infiltrated an Imperial base as a stormtrooper, battled alongside the cantankerous droid K-2SO, and collected data on a piece of secret Imperial cargo that could have far-reaching ramifications for the fate of the galaxy. And I did it all without ever leaving a tiny warehouse in Glendale, California.

    What I experienced was Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire, the much-anticipated collaboration between virtual reality park designers The Void and ILMxLAB, the immersive entertainment wing of Lucasfilm and Industrial Light & Magic. From the moment the companies announced they were working together on a Star Wars-based VR adventure, with locations opening in both California and Florida, expectations have been high. In projects like Ghostbusters: Dimension, The Void has demonstrated that its combination of free-roaming VR and physical mazes offer a unique form of entertainment, while xLAB has been breaking new emotional and narrative ground with pieces like Alejandro González Iñárritu’s museum installation Carne y Arena. And then there’s that whole Star Wars element — with Secrets of the Empire opening just as fans hit peak hype for Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi.

    Having gone through a prototype version of the experience in that Glendale warehouse, it’s clear that this experience does more than just deliver on those lofty expectations. For mainstream audiences, Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire may be the first time virtual reality actually delivers on the Holodeck-esque potential it’s been promising all along.

    Secrets of the Empire starts with a briefing. Groups of up to four guests are shown a video from Rogue One’s Cassian Andor (Diego Luna). There’s a piece of Imperial cargo that’s been brought to the planet Mustafar, he says, and while he was originally going to retrieve it, he’s now under attack. It’s up to the group of guests to go undercover as stormtroopers and get the job done. From there, audience members suit up with a custom head-mounted display, lightweight backpack computer, and a haptic vest, and step into an adjoining room. Pull down the headset, and the real world melts away: where other participants were a moment ago, stormtroopers now stand.

    The storyline is exactly what any Star Wars fan would hope for: the group of participants infiltrate the base, get into some skirmishes, and after a couple of lucky escapes (and a big surprise), make their way out having more or less accomplished the mission. But what The Void does well is create the illusion of truly being in a virtual world by pairing physical sets, props, and sensations with the VR visuals. Secrets of the Empire uses that combination to ground the experience right from the beginning. As I stepped into a transport, K-2SO (Alan Tudyk, also reprising his role) suggested I sit down on the ship’s bench — and sure enough, there was a physical bench waiting for me when I did. When I waved my hands in front of my face, there they were, clad in the white-and-black gloves of a stormtrooper. Moments later, when I stood on a skiff approaching the Imperial facility, I felt the heat from the lava below, while the smoky smell of Mustafar’s atmosphere filled my nostrils. Later, when engaged in a firefight with stormtroopers, I felt a sharp haptic buzz whenever I caught a stray blaster bolt — not painful, but not exactly pleasant, either.

    There’s a tremendous amount of fun just in the pure discovery of the experience: the realization that I could chatter along with the people I was playing with (“I have a bad feeling about this”), or that there was a Han Solo-esque workaround to a puzzle that I couldn’t crack. But breaking it down into those kind of singular moments seems reductive, because more than anything else, Secrets of the Empire legitimately feels like starring in a Star Wars movie or TV show of your very own. Part of that is the length. From the briefing to the moment you remove the gear at the end, the experience runs roughly 30 minutes, so there’s some heft to it. Another component is the tactile reality that The Void creates, paired with the sense of independence that comes from being able to walk around a virtual location without any perceived restrictions or limitations. The Void uses design sleight of hand and misdirection to guide guests through relatively small physical spaces that feel massive and epic in the virtual world. It’s an illusion, but an incredibly effective one that creates a compelling sense of autonomy and agency.


    But even that can only get you so far. Star Wars is a universe that’s ultimately defined by that kinds of stories it tells. And whether I was quickly ducking into a blasted-open passageway, furiously trading blaster fire with a group of stormtroopers above me, or facing what seemed like certain doom at the climax of the piece, Secrets of the Empire nailed the feeling of being inside the universe completely.

    “The important thing was, how can I bring a real person into the Star Wars universe and have them be a part of the story, but also be able to make their own kind of story within ours,” Lucasfilm Story Group executive and xLAB content strategist Diana Williams tells me. The events of Secrets of the Empire are canon in the larger universe, and while the narrative is fixed, it’s the nature of the medium that every individual who goes through will have their own unique experience based on what they do, how they react, and who they go in with. It creates a unique opportunity for replayability — even at $29.95 per ticket — with guests able to experience different elements or even take on different duties in certain scenes depending on how aggressively they choose to play.

    Initially, Secrets of the Empire will open in two standalone locations. The first will be at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World starting on December 16th, which will be capable of serving around a thousand guests per day across two different stages. A single-stage location will then open at the Disneyland-adjacent Downtown Disney complex in California on January 5th. But The Void will also be opening a two-stage pop-up at the Westfield mall in London for a 12-week run on December 16th, with the location later moving to a different Westfield for subsequent 12-week runs. That’s aside from future locations that The Void CEO Cliff Plumer says are also on the way.

    “We'll be announcing more locations that are opening up, but I always say, I like to think of us almost like a Cirque de Soleil,” he says. “There's those flagship locations, and then we have traveling shows.”

    The Void currently has locations in Toronto, Utah, and New York, and briefly opened a center in Dubai. But it’s easy to see how the high-profile nature of the Star Wars partnership, together with the pop-up strategy, will expose more people than ever to its unique flavor of virtual reality. It’s coming at a crucial time. The hype wave from the launch of at-home VR dissipated some time ago, and the industry focus has increasingly turned toward location-based solutions like the IMAX VR arcades that the company is currently piloting at movie theaters. But even those are often just souped-up versions of experiences that are already available to VR users at home. The Void, on the other hand, is poised to deliver on the kind of active, full-bodied experience that has largely been the ideal of VR, even if it’s rarely been reached.

    That’s not to say Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire is flawless, by any means. I found the hand tracking to be inconsistent, with my virtual hands appearing smoothly at some moments, while remaining stubbornly nonexistent at others. In a scene that required me to hit a number of buttons in sequence in order to escape a room, the tracking between the physical and the digital seemed so misaligned that I was unable to solve the puzzle altogether. And while the visuals are quite good, we are simply not in the realm of photorealism yet.

    Those ultimately feel like minor quibbles, though, particularly when something delivers so fully on the most essential promise of all: letting guests feel like they’re actually stepping inside Star Wars. And for ILMxLAB, the project feels like the first real step in delivering on the group’s larger vision of using virtual reality, mixed reality, and other platforms as legitimate extensions of the Star Wars universe. As it turns out, the lynchpin there could be that mysterious cargo that Cassian Andor was so intent on rescuing from the Empire, and that is ultimately revealed in the final moments of Secrets of the Empire.

    I ask Williams about the item, given that I didn’t recognize it from any of the films or canon materials. “Hold onto that thought,” she says with a smile. “Lucasfilm Story Group — we are very deliberate in everything that we're putting together in terms of stories. Across all platforms.”

    A noter que The Void va également proposer son expérience de réalité virtuelle Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire en Europe, dans le centre commercial Westfield London à Londres (Ariel Way, Shepherd's Bush, London W12 7GF, UK).

    L'activité, de type éphémère, y débutera le 16 décembre prochain pour une durée de douze semaines.

    L'expérience sera identique à celle qui sera proposée dès le mois prochain à Disney Springs (Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, Floride) et à partir de janvier à Downtown Disney (Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, Californie).

    Les tickets sont en vente sur le site officiel de The Void. Le prix est de 30 £ ou 32,50 £ par personne selon le créneau horaire choisi, pour une durée totale d'environ 30 minutes.

    Des départs sont proposés toutes les quinze minutes de 10h00 à 21h15.

    L''entreprise de divertissement planifie l'ouverture de The Void Experience Centers supplémentaires ainsi que de nouveaux sites éphémères si des opportunités se présentent.
  • 04/12/2017 - 9:01
    Alors, voyons voir ce nouveau Star Tours...
    *lit l'article*

    Attend c'est quoi, ça ? Galaxy of Edge ?
    *lit l'article*

    (Allez à 0:40 sinon ça marche pô :paf: )
  • 15/12/2017 - 11:06
    J'ai eu l'occasion de faire le nouveaux parcours Star Tours spéciale postlogie à Disneyland Paris et ce fut bien cool. Par contre, pas de file dédiée comme ça a été annoncé aux États-Unis.

    Pour ceux que ça intéresse, le parcours de déroule comme suit : Intro avec des Stormtroopers du Premier Ordre, Jakku, interlude avec Poe Dameron, Crait, fin sur Batuu
  • 16/12/2017 - 12:01
    L'attraction Star Tours : The Adventures Continue de Tokyo Disneyland a intégré hier le nouveau voyage inspiré du film Les Derniers Jedi.

    Du vendredi 15 décembre 2017 au lundi 19 mars 2018, l'attraction proposera exclusivement des voyages composés de la séquence issue de l'épisode VII et de la nouvelle séquence issue de l'épisode VIII.

    Le programme de ces 95 jours est complété par une collection exclusive d'articles souvenirs, de menus inspirés de l'Univers Star Wars au Pan Galactic Pizza Port de Tomorrowland et d'un nouveau point de rencontre temporaire qui plongera les visiteurs dans une galaxie lointaine !

    De son côté, le Disney Ambassador Hotel proposera des chambres avec une touche Star Wars et la Disney Resort Line émettra des billets de transport au design des Derniers Jedi.

    Activité sympathique proposée à Tokyo Disneyland pendant la saison Feel the Force :

    Star Tours Co Ltd., la compagnie de voyage fictive qui opère les vols de l'attraction Star Tours : The Adventures Continue, recrute à Tokyo Disneyland !

    Les visiteurs peuvent passer l'examen de recrutement et, suivant la qualité des réponses fournies, se voir émettre une carte d'indentification nominative.

    Il existe trois types de carte différentes : Visiteur, Agent et Expert suivant le résultat obtenu à l'examen d'entrée.

    Cette activité temporaire fait partie du programme Feel the Force qui prend place du 15 décembre 2017 au 19 mars 2018.

    Il est nécessaire d'acheter un kit de participation vendu au prix de 1.080 yens dans les boutiques Cosmic Encounter et Planet M de Tomorrowland ainsi qu'au comptoir de Soft Landing à la sortie de l'attraction.

    Visuel du kit de participation :


    Visuel des cartes nominatives émises par les cast members de Tomorrowland :


    -- Edit (Dim 17 Déc 2017 - 5:42) :

    Le panel "Inside the Saga : A Galaxy in the Making" programmé au cours de la soirée Star Wars Galactic Nights de ce samedi aux Disney's Hollywood Studios s'est achevé, voici les nouveaux détails dévoilés par les Imagineers de Walt Disney Imagineering et l'artiste Doug Chiang de Lucasfilm :

    Update from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

    To wrap up the 12 Days of Disney Parks Christmas news, I’m pleased to share a few of the details we revealed at tonight’s Star Wars: Galactic Nights panel. I was honored to be a part of this inside look at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge along with my fellow Imagineers Robin Reardon and Chris Beatty, and Doug Chiang from Lucasfilm, and now I’m excited to share the news with all of you!

    We talked a lot about authenticity – how we are building a real place in the Star Wars universe and how we are working hard to get the details right. One of my favorite examples is the Millennium Falcon. We’ve all seen her on screen, but until you climb through that hatch, walk through her hallways, sit inside the cockpit, power her up and actually FLY her yourself, it’s not quite the same. Here is a photo of the inside of the ship as we are getting her ready and I can’t wait for you to see her yourself!


    Additionally, Doug highlighted some other examples of the team’s progress, including building a fleet of full-size X-wing starfighters. One tap on the metal side of these ships tells you that they are real, and ready for action!


    We also discussed the depth of storytelling you can find in this remote outpost. Chris shared some of his experiences researching the exotic markets of Istanbul and Marrakech. They were a great source of inspiration for the marketplace in our village where we can explore a rich collection of shops and merchant stalls. Chris shared a great example of one overseen by a Toydarian, one of the creatures we first encountered on Tatooine in “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.” So what does he sell? Toys, of course! Here is a piece of concept art for what that toy stall will look like.

    And inside, you’ll be able to discover all kinds of fun and cool toys straight out of the Star Wars galaxy. Exclusive to this outpost, all these offerings look hand-crafted by local artisans. We looked at some of them recently and they’re going to be really fun, unique, and completely in-story.


    So again, thanks to everyone who came out to see us at Star Wars: Galactic Nights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. And thanks for checking in here on the blog. I look forward to sharing more with you soon.
  • 03/01/2018 - 17:56
    Première news récap sur Galaxy Edge : ... avaux.html
  • 03/01/2018 - 22:13
    Sympa :)

    Pour les suivant, pour éviter de préciser à chaque fois Californie et Floride, c'est Disneyland à Anaheim et Disneyworld à Orlando. :wink:
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