Light speed to Star Wars land.
Disney is giving fans a closer look at it's upcoming Star Wars theme park expansions unveiled this week at D23.
That's Disney's fan convention in Anaheim California.
The 50 foot ride model shows the attractions of the land.
Set to open in 2019, both at Disneyland in California and Disney World in Florida.
Now, this isn't a scene taken from the movies.
Guests will be exploring a brand new planet.
And yes, that's the Millenium Falcon just chilling out there.
One of the rides will let you fly the bucket of bolts and fire laser cannons.
And the decisions you make on the ship are going to impact you when you step off the ride.
Did you save the day?
Or did you crash the ship.
The characters roaming the park will react to you differently depending on your choices.
If you banged up and damaged the falcon a bounty hunter may be coming after you when you grab food in the cantina.
Another ride will put guests in the middle of the fight between the First Order and the Resistance.
Disney describes the whole area as a remote trading port and one of the last stops before you get into wild space.
Disney first announced these Star Wars plan two years ago and it will be the largest land expansions for both Disney World and Disneyland.
I��m Bridgett Carey and for more coverage from D23, head to cnet.com.
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