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Messagepar shane1609 » Lun 26 Avr 2021 - 14:11   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

HanSolo a écrit:On sait si une VF est prévue ou s'il faut passer par de l'import ?


J'ai de gros doute sur la traduction dans l'immédiat sachant que dans la même collection, on n'a pas eu droit à l'Art of TCW, Rebels ou Jedi Fallen Order qui pourtant sont sorti Europe :neutre:
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Messagepar V7-R1 » Mer 28 Avr 2021 - 2:10   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

HanSolo a écrit:
V7-R1 a écrit:Fascinant!
Comme la plupart d'entre nous n'aurons simplement pas les moyens d'y mettre les pieds, c'est un document précieux!
J'y jeterais un oeil.

On sait si une VF est prévue ou s'il faut passer par de l'import ?


Il n'y a pas de traduction française prévue cette année pour The Art of Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge. En espérant que Huginn et Muninn ne soit pas trop frileux avec un tel sujet et lui trouve une place dans son programme éditorial 2022.

En attendant une hypothétique sortie française, je vais déjà me prendre la version originale chez Abrams Books, histoire de sécuriser un exemplaire.



shane1609 a écrit:J'ai de gros doute sur la traduction dans l'immédiat sachant que dans la même collection, on n'a pas eu droit à l'Art of TCW, Rebels ou Jedi Fallen Order qui pourtant sont sorti Europe :neutre:


Ces titres ne font pas partie de la collection, ni même du catalogue de Abrams Books.

The Art of Star Wars : The Clone Wars aurait effectivement pu être édité car Huginn et Muninn collabore déjà avec Chronicle Books pour les traductions de livres Disney et Pixar et avait d'ailleurs déjà sorti Dans les coulisses de Star Wars : The Old Republic du même éditeur.

Par contre, The Art of Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order et Star Wars Rebels: The Art of the Animated Serie sont des publications Dark Horse Comics qui collabore en France avec d'autres éditeurs (Guy Delcourt, Delirium, Wetta, Vestron et Panini Comics selon les franchises).

De toute façon, outre l'acquisition des droits, sortir des livres centrés sur des séries animées ou des jeux vidéo, même estampillés Star Wars, est sans doute plus difficile et plus risqué que ceux centrés sur les productions cinématographiques (ou alors il faut un mignon petit Grogu dont tout le monde parle à mettre sur la couverture :D ).

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Interview d'Amy Ratcliffe, l'auteur de The Art of Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge :

Take an In-Depth Look at the Creative Process for Designing Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in New Book

When Imagineers set out to create a new land, attraction or experience, we sometimes come up with hundreds of options for every element of the project. And no matter how great all of those options or elements might be, we always have to make the difficult choices in determining which versions of which concepts will make it to the final product. While we rarely have the opportunity to go in depth on our creative process and be able to share all these many options with our fans and our guests, there were so many fantastic pieces of concept artwork developed by the creative team for both Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and for the forthcoming Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, we wanted to share these with you in a new book, The Art of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, written by Amy Ratcliffe.

Amy is a huge Star Wars fan and is very knowledgeable about our Star Wars projects. She has interviewed many of us from both Imagineering and Lucasfilm about this creative journey we undertook together. I sat down with Amy to talk about her involvement with this book and we have included a few of these conceptual images from the book throughout this interview.

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You’ve written extensively about Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in the past. What are some things that you learned while writing The Art of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge that you didn’t previously know ?

I was invested in all things Galaxy’s Edge from the moment it was announced. Star Wars and Disney Parks are two huge passions of mine, so I couldn’t believe they were intersecting in this way. And while I obviously knew Lucasfilm and Walt Disney Imagineering worked closely together to create this immersive land, I didn’t know Imagineering went to Pinewood Studios in London to work with the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story production design team. The group that designed sets for the film applied their skills to helping to imagine Batuu and Black Spire Outpost.

And I had an assumption that Imagineering generated a lot of art and ideas when dreaming up new experiences, but I didn’t know just how much. It’s kind of staggering.

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There have been other “art of Star Wars” books before but never for a real or physical place.  Did you discover anything interesting about the design process for a place that either actually exists or will exist ?

The Star Wars films and animated series are beautifully designed. When artists and production designers imagine possibilities for on-screen stories, they can take into account that sets can show certain angles of a building, for example, but not the entire thing. And also the sets will only last for as long as filming needs require—maybe days or weeks. But with Galaxy’s Edge, everyone had to consider permanence and how guests would see structures, interiors, and everything from multiple vantage points. So it was fascinating to talk with you, Doug Chiang, Chris Beatty, and so many others about using different techniques and tricks to guide the guests’ view a little.

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Do you have a favorite piece or pieces of concept art and what do you like about it (them) ?

My answer is one hundred percent biased: it’s one of Iain McCaig’s illustrations of Elee. First of all, it’s Iain McCaig, the artist responsible for Darth Maul’s look and innumerable other designs in Star Wars. Secondly, I adore Elee. She’s a sweet creature, a therii, who belongs to Salju and I got to share her story in Elee & Me. I felt like I bonded with her. Imagineering created models and thought about how to maybe bring her to life, and I just loved seeing that exploration.

Could you please tell us some basics about the book – how many pieces of concept art?  How did you go about researching for this book? Who are some of the key people with whom you spoke ?

As a fan of the art books for the Star Wars films, I knew The Art of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge would be packed full of fascinating concepts. And it is. We included over 700 pieces of concept art. It was enough to make me use a second computer monitor at home for the first time because my 13 inch laptop screen just wasn’t the best way to appreciate the images.

Researching this book was a process—a joyful one. I went through previous interviews myself and others conducted about Galaxy’s Edge and revisited every bit of material I’d read about Batuu, including the fiction stories. My many, many trips to Galaxy’s Edge as a fan (and all the Ronto wraps I ate) hugely informed me. But the key was conducting interviews with the talented folks at Imagineering and Lucasfilm.

I spoke with everyone from Carrie Beck (Lucasfilm), to Doug Chiang and Erik Tiemens (Lucasfilm), to Margaret Kerrison (Imagineering), to Imagineering designers who worked on graphics and fonts for the land. Basically I talked with everyone I could to get both an idea of the big picture of Galaxy’s Edge and all the details that make it such a special place.

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Has the information you’ve discovered while writing this book changed your perspective of the lands at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort ?

I’ve spent a lot of my time in Galaxy’s Edge soaking everything in. I like to hang out in the market and absorb the sounds and the way the light shines through the coverings. I’m the person who gets really excited about lovingly weathered stones and a carefully placed rust stain. So now after learning so much in writing this book, I just have a whole other level of reverence for the care and thought behind Galaxy’s Edge. On my next visit I’ll be thinking about stories you shared about the early days or about the paintings Erik Tiemens told me inspired him—I’ll get to see everything with a new perspective.

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This book includes a bit of a sneak peek at our next, and in many ways, the most immersive experience we’ve ever developed. What were you most excited to learn about Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser ?

Ha, everything! I had the best time talking to Ann Morrow Johnson about Galactic Starcruiser. Her enthusiasm for the project came through in every conversation we had. But if I have to pick a single thing it’s that I was happy to see how much of the ship, the Halcyon starcruiser, guests will be able to explore throughout their journey. It’s interactive in ways I didn’t expect.

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Thank you, Amy! I hope our fans and our guests will enjoy this glimpse into the creative process as much as we enjoyed bringing it all to life.
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Messagepar HanSolo » Mer 28 Avr 2021 - 4:23   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Merci de ta réponse.
Ce livre ne sortira qu'en physique et pas en demat' ?
Je t'aime... Je sais!
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Messagepar V7-R1 » Mer 28 Avr 2021 - 5:40   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Abrams Books a plus de deux mille livres numériques à son catalogue, mais pas ceux de la franchise Star Wars.

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Une image conceptuelle représentant la première version du restaurant à bord du vaisseau Halcyon :

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Guests who want to maximize their immersion in the Star Wars story of Galaxy’s Edge need look no further than Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser. Coming to Walt Disney World Resort, Galactic Starcruiser will take guests on an adventure like non other — one that “travels” into space to put guests on an elegant starship in the Chandrila Star Line fleet, the Halcyon. An overnight experience shaped around standard cruise offerings — a lounge, a dinner show, tours of the ship — Galactic Starcruiser goes above and beyond by extending an invitation to participate more actively in the narrative — whether accepting a mission from the Resistance or the First Order, training with a lightsaber, or kicking back in the lounge. Each guest sets his or her own level of participation, and their choices impact the story around them.


Whereas Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is a bit dusty and grainy — like the Route 66 of Star Wars — the Halcyon needed to feel modern and sleek; Imagineering and Lucasfilm wanted the Halcyon to live on the opposite end of the spectrum. If guests only had the option to stay for two nights, they wanted to make them feel like well-heeled travelers having a lovely experience. It was an opportunity to play with more of the slicker spaceship designes featured in Star Wars. Think Dryden Vos’s lush yacht, redolent with glossy surfaces, artifacts, elite clientele, and classy entertainment. Or, consider the opulence of Canto Bight with its glistening curves, sparkling glassware, and sweeping spaces.
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Messagepar shane1609 » Mar 04 Mai 2021 - 14:29   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Vidéo promotionnelle du fameux sabre laser (dont on parle déjà dans le topic "quand la science rattrape Star Wars").



Je la remet ici car ça officialise le report de l'hôtel qui ouvrira donc en 2022 et non cette année. C'était un secret de polichinelle mais maintenant c'est dit ^^
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Messagepar DarkNeo » Mar 04 Mai 2021 - 14:50   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Shut up and take my money comme dirait l'autre ! :D

On voit quand même légèrement le bout de la lame dépasser du manche à l'arrêt mais c'est bluffant !
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Messagepar V7-R1 » Mar 04 Mai 2021 - 18:38   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

May the 4th be with you !

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Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Launches in 2022 at Walt Disney World Resort

Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida will take you to a galaxy far, far away for an all-immersive, two-night vacation experience that goes beyond anything Disney has ever created before. What exactly does “all-immersive” mean? Well, in honor of May the 4th, here’s a little hint…



Not sure if what you just saw is actually what you just saw? Maybe you should watch it one more time. Or 10.

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Yes, that’s a new type of lightsaber Rey is holding in her hand, created by Walt Disney Imagineering Research and Development. Guests who experience Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be the first to see it in action – along with so much more – starting in 2022 when this amazing new two-night adventure debuts. Watching that lightsaber activate right before your eyes will be just one of the countless ways that, from the moment you arrive to the moment you depart, you’ll be plunged into a Star Wars story where your decisions and actions – or even the casual conversations you may have – determine how your personal journey unfolds.

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Your adventure begins at the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser terminal at Walt Disney World, where you’ll gather with fellow passengers before departing for your intergalactic destination. You’ll soon enter a special Launch Pod and leave your world behind as you make a hyperspace jump to a galaxy far, far away.

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You’ll watch through viewports as you approach the massive and magnificent Halcyon starcruiser, which will be your home for the next two nights. For a limited time, Disney’s Hollywood Studios guests can now see a model of the ship on display inside Walt Disney Presents – another special May the 4th surprise!

When the Launch Pod’s airlock slides open, you’ll take your first step into a galaxy far, far away as Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser comes to life all around you. During your stay aboard this glamorous ship, you may interact with an eclectic group of characters both familiar and new, possibly including the starcruiser’s strong and charismatic captain, a plucky ship’s mechanic and a galactic superstar who can captivate an entire room with the crook of one jewel-encrusted purple Twi’lek finger.

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This singing sensation will be a featured performer during one of your exquisite dining experiences inside the Crown of Corellia Dining Room, which you can see in this artist concept rendering we’re sharing today for the first time. The enticing supper club’s name is an homage to Corellia, the planet known galaxy-wide for its shipyards that gave us not only the Halcyon starcruiser, but also the Millennium Falcon. The dining room is a bright and welcoming hall that will offer breakfast and lunch to passengers before transitioning each evening into a lavish multi-course menu of both otherworldly and familiar origins.

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As your journey continues, you’ll have the opportunity to train in the ancient ways of the lightsaber, learn more about the inner workings of the Halcyon starcruiser and even jump on a transport to the planet Batuu to further your adventure inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. This isn’t storytelling – it’s storyliving, where you’ll see, feel and live Star Wars in a whole new way.

We’ll have much more to share about Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser in the future as we look forward to its 2022 debut; you can always visit starwarsgalacticstarcruiser.com for more details, and sign up there to receive updates.

And since it’s May the 4th, let’s check out a few other Star Wars happenings at Walt Disney World in honor of this special day.

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Star Wars Galactic Outpost at Disney Springs and select locations at Disney’s Hollywood Studios are showcasing new merchandise available starting today (while supplies last), including apparel featuring the new Disney+ series “The Bad Batch” (also debuting today). There are also new items from the Rainbow Star Wars Collection, as well as new Star Tours-inspired Disney Parks Wishables including R2-D2 and C-3PO.

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Today and tomorrow, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is offering special Star Wars-themed desserts and beverages available at select locations throughout the park, including the new Dark Side Chocolate Creation and returning favorite Lightsaber Churro. Also, through tomorrow, Disney Springs will offer the Grogu Mini Dome Cake at Amorette’s Patisserie and the Millennium Falcon Chocolate Pop at The Ganachery.

As you can see, the Force is strong with us here at Walt Disney World Resort. So however you’re celebrating Star Wars today … May the 4th be with you !
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Messagepar Xendor » Mar 04 Mai 2021 - 18:56   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Bon ben voilà, cette fois, c'est officiel, c'est bien Walt Disney Imagineering Research and Development qui était derrière ce petit bijou :cute:
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Messagepar V7-R1 » Mar 04 Mai 2021 - 21:37   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

L'Imagineer Ann Morrow Johnson nous donne quelques détails supplémentaires sur l'expérience immersive Star Wars : Galactic Starcruiser dont l’histoire se déroule entre Star Wars : Les derniers Jedi et Star Wars : L'ascension de Skywalker (comme Star Wars : Galaxy’s Edge) et nous révèle que le cosplay sera vivement encouragé à bord de l'Halcyon.

Une nouvelle image conceptuelle du restaurant Crown of Corellia Dining Room a été présentée aujourd'hui.

Pendant une durée limitée, un modèle réduit du croiseur interstellaire The Halcyon est exposé dans la galerie d'exposition Walt Disney Presents à Disney's Hollywood Studios Park à Walt Disney World Resort en Floride.


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“YOU ARE TRULY ON BOARD A SHIP”: INSIDE STAR WARS: GALACTIC STARCRUISER

IMAGINEER ANN MORROW JOHNSON PULLS BACK THE CURTAIN ON MAKING A DREAM STAR WARS VACATION COME TO LIFE.

For Ann Morrow Johnson, an architect and artist currently making the impossible real at Disney Parks, there’s a lot to love about Star Wars. “As an Imagineer, I’m definitely the type of person who enjoys walking around the Parks, and I love that the trash cans are themed to the same environment that you see at the castles or any of the lands. Star Wars is that on steroids,” she tells StarWars.com. “I think if you look at any of the scenes of the movies — everything from an ice-cream maker to the species in the background — I just think there’s such depth and grit of specificity in worldbuilding. It’s an incredible universe to explore.”

Johnson is exploring that universe, or galaxy far, far away, in a manner never previously attempted as executive producer and creative director of Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, the immersive vacation experience opening 2022 at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will offer fans a two-night itinerary, in which guests find themselves traveling aboard the Halycon starship and living out their own Star Wars story. If that sounds like something only Star Wars fans could dream up, that’s because it was.

“This project is a really fun one because it really did generate out of classic, blue-sky, Imagineers sitting around talking about what would be fun. What are the types of experiences that we just think our guests, or frankly, we, want to experience in the world? And so this absolutely came out of a conversation about, ‘Don’t you just want to sleep on a starcruiser? Like, how cool would it be if you got to live out a Star Wars story over multiple days?’”

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A journey on the Halcyon will go something like this. You’ll arrive at the Galactic Starcruiser Terminal at Walt Disney World and check in for a two-night experience before entering a Launch Pod for transport to the stars. (You’ll even get to watch from windows as the world beneath gets smaller and smaller.) Following the jump to hyperspace, you’ll soon dock with the Halcyon, board, and the story starts. But to paraphrase a famous Star Wars quote, that’s only where the fun begins.

“Over your two-day, two-night vacation, you will get to not just wield a lightsaber and learn how to operate the controls at the front of the ship. It’s possible, because it’s Star Wars, that things might go awry and over the course of those two days, two nights, you’ll be called into action to actually get wrapped up in that overall galactic conflict. And depending on which path you choose — how you choose to play, which characters you choose to interact with, where you choose to be at any given time — will determine the story that you live out and get to see unfold.” To wit, Johnson says that guests can align with the Resistance (the story is set between Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, same as Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge) or betray them. As for how that impacts one’s vacation, we’ll have to wait to find out.

One driving element for Johnson and the entire team bringing Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser to life is immersion. It’s their goal to make fans feel like they’re really on a starship in Star Wars. “You are truly on board a ship,” she says. “When you look out the window, you will see a galaxy far, far away. When you’re at the front of the ship, you’ll see us moving forward. If you’re on the starboard side, you’ll see it moving to the side. On the port side, same deal. And just like any other cruise, we have an itinerary. So we have a set list of planets that we will visit. It’s possible that we might take a detour or two if we find ourselves in unexpected circumstances. But you will be able to see those planets, other ships, maybe the occasional asteroid field, out the window as we cruise from place to place. On board we have a whole host of characters who are joining us on our adventure, and that’s everything from the crew of the ship to a few folks that you might recognize from the movies, and they’ll need our help over the course of our adventure.” Who might those movie characters be? “I can tell you that it’s possible we might run into Rey, Chewbacca, and if we play our cards wrong, Kylo Ren.”

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The immersion factor does not stop there. The makers of Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser want fans to be active participants. “We are encouraging our guests to be in full cosplay,” she says. “So if you want to have Twi’lek lekku and a full robe, we are all for it aboard the Halcyon. And then we will treat you like the well-heeled galactic traveler that you are.” And you will be traveling in style.

If you’re wondering just what kind of ship the Halcyon is, think more Lando’s elegant Millennium Falcon, and less Han’s beat-up hand-me-down. “This is the Coruscant, Canto Bight, Dryden’s yacht, Orient Express of space,” Johnson says. “The food, the dining, the overall experience is an upscale, refined version of Star Wars that guests haven’t gotten a chance to step into yet.” While it all sounds like a dream vacation for Star Wars aficionados, Johnson also points out that Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be just as enjoyable for those who can’t tell their Wookiees from their Ewoks.

“I deeply believe that this has to be fun for people who love Star Wars and the people who love them,” she says. “So if you have never heard of Chewbacca before, or you’ve never heard of a lightsaber before, our goal is that you still have a great time. If you want to sit back, drink a space cocktail, and watch it all happen, that’s awesome. Have a fantastic space cruise.”

The opening of Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be exciting for the Star Wars faithful and Disney Parks enthusiasts, but also the result of years of work for Johnson. As someone who fell in love with the worldbuilding of Star Wars, she’s most looking forward to seeing fans experience the details and hidden surprises that await. “There are so many things to love, from the characters that we’re creating to the music we’re working on to the tastings with the chefs,” she says. “But I gotta say, there’s this one design detail in the Crown of Corellia dining room where our guests will get to see a repulsor column. The Halcyon was built long ago, right when repulsors were first en vogue, and in a sort of starcruiser-modernism way, the Halcyon celebrates the technology by placing its repulsor columns in the center of the Crown of Corellia dining room for everyone to see. As a design fan and Star Wars nerd, those two things coming together has been extremely fun to see coming to life aboard the ship.”

Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, the immersive vacation experience, opens in 2022 at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.
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Messagepar Xendor » Mer 05 Mai 2021 - 9:10   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Ce n'est sans doute qu'une ressemblance fortuite, mais je jurerais avoir vu Dominique Tipper au premier plan (alias Naomi Nagata de The Expanse) :
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Messagepar GTZL1 » Mer 05 Mai 2021 - 10:22   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Faut avouer que ces concepts arts envoient du rêve.
Bon par contre, si le jour où j'y vais, je ne peux pas jouer au sabacc avec une Twi'lek sur mes genoux, ils vont avoir de mes nouvelles ! :D :paf:
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Messagepar Amidala44 » Mer 05 Mai 2021 - 12:45   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Xendor a écrit:Ce n'est sans doute qu'une ressemblance fortuite, mais je jurerais avoir vu Dominique Tipper au premier plan (alias Naomi Nagata de The Expanse)

Oui y'a une ressemblance évidente là avec les photos :oui: C'est l'experte en sosies qui parle :lol: :lol: :paf:
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Messagepar V7-R1 » Jeu 06 Mai 2021 - 5:35   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Starbucks propose dans sa très populaire collection Been There Series une tasse à café inspirée de la zone thématique Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge.

Celle-ci a été spécialement conçue pour Disneyland Resort et Walt Disney World Resort où elle est exclusivement vendue (avec une petite exception malgré tout puisqu'on la retrouve en ce moment en ligne sur ShopDisney aux Etats-Unis).

Les planètes Tatooine et Endor ont également leur déclinaison au côté de Batuu.

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La tasse à café Tatooine :

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La tasse à café Endor :

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Une mise à jour de la carte de Walt Disney World Resort a été effectuée et on peut remarquer la mention du Star Wars : Galactic Starcruiser :

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Et deux photos du modèle réduit du croiseur interstellaire The Halcyon installé dans la galerie d'exposition Walt Disney Present à Disney's Hollywood Studios Park où il sera exposé pour une durée limitée.

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Messagepar Aurora66 » Lun 17 Mai 2021 - 20:18   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

J’avais cru voir dans une vidéo que le Galaxy’s edge Français sera beaucoup plus petit que celui de nos amis américains... et pour nous pas de Faucon Millenium mais un X-wing. Mais bon c’est toujours ça de pris et il me tarde de voir ça ! :cute:
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Messagepar indianaced » Lun 17 Mai 2021 - 21:24   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Aurora66 a écrit:J’avais cru voir dans une vidéo que le Galaxy’s edge Français sera beaucoup plus petit que celui de nos amis américains... et pour nous pas de Faucon Millenium mais un X-wing. Mais bon c’est toujours ça de pris et il me tarde de voir ça ! :cute:


oauip pas de faucon chez nous snif , tant qua mettre un seul vaisseau pourquoi ne pas mettre un exclu pour chez nous car bon en Amérique ils ont le faucon , le tie et le x-wing...( surtout qu'il y en a déjà un de x-wing a disneyland paris)
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Messagepar V7-R1 » Mer 19 Mai 2021 - 21:30   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Premier aperçu du couloir menant aux chambres à bord du croiseur interstellaire The Halcyon :

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L'image conceptuelle est tirée du livre The Art of Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge sorti récemment.
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Messagepar DarkNeo » Jeu 20 Mai 2021 - 11:53   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

C'est super cher mais ça donne tellement envie...
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Messagepar V7-R1 » Mer 21 Juil 2021 - 22:40   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Le croiseur interstellaire Halcyon sera votre hôte pour une aventure de deux nuits. L'élégant navire est connu pour son service impeccable, ses divertissements fabuleux et ses repas exquis dont vous pourrez profiter pendant vos vacances dès 2022 ! Et le croiseur interstellaire Halcyon ajoutera la lointaine planète Batuu à son itinéraire à partir de l'année prochaine… Prêt à embarquer ?

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Take a First Look at the Poster for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser at Walt Disney World Resort

Are you ready for an all-immersive adventure in a galaxy far, far away aboard Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser? Well then take a glimpse at what you can expect during your two-night journey in this new promotional poster we’re sharing today for the first time.

Opening in 2022 at Walt Disney World Resort, Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will invite you into a new kind of “storyliving” as you travel the galaxy in a finely appointed starship. So far, many details about this new experience have been as cryptic as a Bothan spy, so it’s exciting to get another peek at what we have in store. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?

The Halcyon starcruiser, in the upper-left corner, is your home for this two-night adventure. The sleek ship is known for its impeccable service, fabulous entertainment and exquisite dining, all of which you’ll get to enjoy during your vacation. (Side note: You can see a model of the ship right now in Walt Disney Presents at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.)

There are four people at the center of the poster – a youngling wearing Jedi robes and wielding a lightsaber, an adult dressed in the uniform of a First Order officer, a Twi’lek adult, and another youngling who appears to be holding a piece of technology of some sort. These figures are meant to represent you, the travelers, because Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is about your choices and how you live your personal Star Wars stories. Do you want to support the First Order? Live like a Jedi in training? Or perhaps become a member of high galactic society? It’s all waiting there for you to discover and decide.

In front of those central figures is an R-series astromech droid – but one that seems to have a few extra bells and whistles. Hmm … I bet there’s a story there, too.

In the lower left, you see passengers enjoying the remarkable cuisine offered in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room, the starcruiser’s enticing supper club. The food and drink certainly seem otherworldly …

The image in the lower right is something I’m incredibly excited for – lightsaber training! That’s right, as part of your experience, you’ll face off with a training remote similar to how Luke Skywalker once did and learn the lightsaber’s ancient ways.

Looming above all this is the intimidating visage of Kylo Ren. Couple him with those First Order stormtroopers charging into the scene on the left-hand side and … I have a bad feeling about this. The Halcyon starcruiser does have a storied past, after all, and a reputation for finding itself in the middle of galactic conflicts. Luckily Chewbacca and his trusty bowcaster are there in the upper-right corner. Remember, it’s not wise to upset a Wookiee!

And don’t miss what’s happening at the very bottom of the poster. There’s something very familiar about those spires – especially to anyone who’s traveled to Batuu. I’ve heard the Halcyon starcruiser is adding that far-flung planet to its itinerary starting next year …

So my guess is this poster leaves you with as many questions as answers. Well, I have good news: We’ll soon be sitting down with Disney Imagineers to discuss all things Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, and will share that conversation with you. It will be the most in-depth discussion of this incredible new experience Walt Disney Imagineering has ever given publicly, so make sure you keep following us to find out more.

Until next time … may the Force be with you.
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Messagepar Darth Erytram » Mer 21 Juil 2021 - 23:29   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

J'ai dut raté un chapitre, mais depuis quand y a Amara dans le land star wars? :whistle: :paf: :D
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Messagepar ashlack » Mer 21 Juil 2021 - 23:59   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Darth Erytram a écrit:J'ai dut raté un chapitre, mais depuis quand y a Amara dans le land star wars? :whistle: :paf: :D

C'est évidemment pas elle, beaucoup trop de vêtements voyons :paf:
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Messagepar GTZL1 » Jeu 22 Juil 2021 - 7:59   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

Il va vraiment y avoir des serveuses Twi'lek ? :whistle:

Sinon cet hôtel me fait franchement baver. Faudra que je trouve un moyen d'y aller d'ici quelques années.
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Messagepar Xendor » Jeu 22 Juil 2021 - 8:19   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

GTZL1 a écrit:Il va vraiment y avoir des serveuses Twi'lek ? :whistle:
Petite pensée pour les personnes qui vont passer beaucoup de temps en maquillage ; j'espère pour elles qu'il y a des rotations sur la semaine :paf:
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Messagepar V7-R1 » Jeu 22 Juil 2021 - 13:46   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

La version panoramique de l'affiche promotionnelle de Star Wars : Galactic Starcruiser :

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Une vue aérienne du croiseur interstellaire The Halcyon prise en juillet 2021. Le bâtiment sera caché des yeux des visiteurs par de la végétation :

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Le shuttle terminal de l'avant-poste de Black Spire qui accueillera les navettes en provenance du croiseur interstellaire The Halcyon pour l'excursion vers la planète Batuu lors de la croisière galactique.

Il s'agit de la partie située en coulisses donc à l'extérieure de la zone thématique Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge du parc à thème Disney's Hollywood Studios qui ne sera pas visible par les visiteurs :  


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Le shuttle terminal de Batuu ou débarqueront et embarqueront les visiteurs de et vers le croiseur interstellaire The Halcyon.

Il s'agit de la partie située à l'intérieur de la zone thématique Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge qui sera donc visible par les visiteurs :

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Enfin, les cinq premiers épisodes de la série documentaire Les coulisses des attractions sont disponibles sur la plateforme de streaming Disney+.

Le troisième épisode est consacré à l'attraction Star Tours et aborde également les deux zones thématiques Star Wars : Galaxy's Edge .

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Episode 3 : Star Tours

Lightspeed to Endor! A long time ago...Disney created Star Tours, a thrilling simulator attraction that takes guests to a galaxy far, far away. It inspired Imagineers to build a whole new land - Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. There, guests can use the Force to explore the remote outpost of Batuu and the cutting-edge attractions Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
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Messagepar Forothangail » Jeu 22 Juil 2021 - 22:43   Sujet: Re: [Galaxy's Edge] Le land Star Wars

J'ai regardé l'épisode sur le Star Tours. Bon ça fait pas mal doublon avec la série sur les Imagineers, mais ça reste sympa.
Je reste toujours scotché par la trouvaille du Smuggler's Run et sa capacité à donner l'impression que tu as toute une attraction pour 6 personnes.
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