Disney seem very keen to get back their $4 billion investment in the Star Wars franchise, as it emerged recently that they may be looking at a Star Wars theme park.
Bob Iger, Disney's CEO, said on Tuesday: "In addition to the Star Wars feature films that we’ve already talked about, we’re also working on opportunities for television and our parks. It’s still very early in the process. We’ll announce details as these developments evolve."
As he goes on to elaborate on the success of Disney's parks and resorts sector, it seems that a Star Wars Theme Park could indeed be on the cards. Beyond this Gawker's Ken Layne also discovered a recently added set of questions to the Disneyland survey.
This new Disneyland visitor survey suggests there's a lot more Star Wars theme park stuff on the way. twitter.com/KenLayne/statu…— Ken Layne (@KenLayne) March 20, 2013
So what do you think, will we see a Star Wars Land? The Theme Park already does Star Wars weekends, so it's only a natural extension of that. It'd be interesting to see a cantina themed restaurant!
While we wait for further confirmation, why not take a look at what that theme park might be like.
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