Disney Parks’ Star Tours Will Be Taking Us To A New "The Rise Of Skywalker" Planet

BuzzFeed 3 weeks ago

So as you probably already know, on Monday the final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker dropped and, honestly, it was EPIC!


Of course one of the lingering questions since the first teaser trailer dropped was where exactly the wreckage of Death Star II landed — because it certainly doesn't look like Endor.


Well, it looks like that is officially the ocean moon of Kef Bir and it will be a destination C-3PO will be taking us at Disney Parks' Star Tours – The Adventures Continue!

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Yup, the Starspeeder 1000 will be making a stop on Kef Bir starting on Dec. 20 (which also happens to be the same day Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opens in theaters).

And yes, this addition to the ride will be opening at Disneyland, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disneyland Paris, and Tokyo Disneyland all on the same day!

This isn't the first time that Disney has added destinations from the movies to Star Tours. Previously it added Jakku from The Force Awakens and Crait from The Last Jedi (to tie-in with the release of the films).

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Of course, die-hard Star Wars and Disney Parks fans probably already know that this isn't the first time a Death Star has appeared in Star Tours. In fact the original version of the ride actually featured a ride through an under construction Death Star III (which you actually helped destroy).

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Hopefully this new addition will also feature a ride through the remains of the Death Star II!!!


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