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The happiest place on Earth is about to make Star Wars fans downright ecstatic. On Friday, May 31, Disneyland opens the gate to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, an immersive world where followers of the Resistance or First Order can experience their own galactic adventures. Both locations of the park (Disney World's counterpart opens Aug. 29) will boast two major new attractions, Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. Unfortunately for early guests, only the first ride is ready for the grand opening. (Rise of the Resistance should be available later this year.) Then again, visitors will be so busy piloting the Falcon, getting up close with an X-Wing, meeting Kylo Ren and gawking at the marketplace that they may not miss it. Here are some new images of the streets of Galaxy's Edge, including its star attraction.Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be accessible at Disneyland Resort on May 31.Read more from Yahoo Entertainment:'Star Wars': Galaxy's Edge: Here's your guide on how to visit the newest Disneyland realm'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker': New photos, plus everything we learned from the Vanity Fair preview'The Phantom Menace' at 20: How the first episode of the 'Star Wars' saga created toxic fandom
At Galaxy's Edge, fans can experience Star Wars with all their senses — including taste buds. The food and beverages at Disneyland's new park pay tribute to planets and cultures across George Lucas's galaxy, from the blue milk of Tatooine to the volcanic pastries of Mustafar and the fried poultry of Endor. Here's a sampling of what hungry younglings and cocktail-craving bounty hunters will find at the food stands and catinas of Batuu.Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be accessible at Disneyland Resort on May 31.Read more from Yahoo Entertainment:'Star Wars': Galaxy's Edge: Here's your guide on how to visit the newest Disneyland realm'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker': New photos, plus everything we learned from the Vanity Fair preview'The Phantom Menace' at 20: How the first episode of the 'Star Wars' saga created toxic fandom
Before Red Nose Day came along, Lily James, Alicia Vikander and Sam Smith were among Four Weddings and a Funeral's many fans. Now they're part of the story. One Red Nose Day and a Wedding, a "sequel" to the 1994 British rom-com by the original director and screenwriter, stars James, Vikander and Smith alongside the film's original cast, including Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, Rowan Atkinson and Kristin Scott Thomas. The short film will premiere during NBC's Red Nose Day Special on Thursday, May 23.
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