John Williams wrote a new score for Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge attraction, but that's just a fraction of the music that envelops you during a visit.
The city of Anaheim approves a permit for the Walt Disney Co. to build a merchandise shop for the new Marvel expansion in California Adventure Park.
Disneyland declared the opening of its new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge expansion a success, despite some gripes about long lines on social media.
The opening of the biggest expansion in park history, the 14-acre Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, pushed Disneyland to try new ways to handle record crowds.
When you visit Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland, you need more than water, sunscreen and sturdy walking shoes; you need your own back story.
As Disney takes over the world, a card-carrying Disneyland lover finds that the company’s monopolistic realities threaten to tarnish the magic.
Harrison Ford, Billy Dee Williams, Mark Hamill and George Lucas helped open Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and paid tribute to late Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew.
Disney paid $4 billion for Star Wars. Selling pricey lightsabers, Jedi robes, and a salad bowl shaped like R2-D2 will help them recover that investment.
Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is opening with one ride: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run. Here's what it's like to play as Han Solo.
For $200 at Savi’s Workshop in Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, guests can build their own custom lightsabers and feel like a hero. Here's how.
At Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, unique costumes will go on sale, but adults aren't allowed to wear them in the park. Hence, “bounding.”
If it meets its ambitions, Disneyland's Galaxy’s Edge won’t just put guests on an alien planet, it will lead theme parks into uncharted territory.
Disneyland's newest land, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, opens on May 31. Here's everything you need to know about the "Star Wars"-themed attraction in Anaheim.
The new annual Flex Pass, going on sale May 21, costs $599 and gets you in on the slowest days but requires reservations for weekends and high-demand days.
Disneyland's biggest expansion, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, will be available to reservation-holding visitors for a four-hour window. But getting parkgoers to leave may not be easy.
Online reservations for Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge are all taken. Two hours after the park began offering the slots, they were filled.
The first group of visitors to Disneyland's new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will be given a four-hour window to take in the land. Once the time is up, they will be asked to leave. How the park will enforce that time limit is a key question.
"Star Wars" fatigue? Not at Disney's Star Wars Celebration, where fans flock to be one with the Force, get sneak peeks at new movies and TV shows, engage in cosplay and even get tattooed.
The massive, immersive attraction will debut at the Anaheim resort on May 31, Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Bob Iger on Thursday told shareholders.
Disneyland guests will face numerous choices when entering Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. Among them: ride the Millennium Falcon, craft a lightsaber or build a droid. But in a statement about the power of game-focused narratives, guests can also battle for control of the land itself.
Large crowds are expected when Disneyland opens a new Star Wars land this summer, and the park is making a series of tweaks to reduce congestion.
Starting on Sunday, prices to visit the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim go up as much as 23%, with the cheapest daily tickets rising to $104 for adults.
The future of themed entertainment is active. Evermore, like Meow Wolf and Two Bit Circus, emphasizes play, letting the guest write the narrative. It's old fashioned (dinner theater, anyone?) but what's new is the level of immersion and push away from screens and tech.
A cantina that will be included in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will serve drinks for children and adults, including alcoholic drinks. It is a first for Disneyland, where alcohol has not been served for the average guests since the park opened in 1955.
Disney at its D23 Expo on Thursday revealed more details about the "Star Wars" projects in development. at its North American theme parks. Here are some details.