If you may not have noticed a new expansion is coming to Disneyland and Disney World this coming year that focuses on, yeah, Star Wars. If you’ve ever wanted to somehow visit the Star Wars universe it is literally going to be possible in a few months and Disney, over the past week, has released so much information about the wonderful Galaxy’s Edge that I had to share it with you all. I’m not going to delve into all of the details to keep things a bit secret but I’m going to definitely share with you some of the things coming to a galaxy very near us that are going to be AWESOME! Enjoy. 🙂
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
One of the attractions coming to this fantastic expansion is Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. It’s supposed to be one of the largest attractions, if not the largest attraction in Disneyland and Disney World that immerses you in a battle involving the First Order and the Resistance. Rey, Finn, Poe, and BB-8, played by the actual actors, will accompany you in the attraction (wow!) and you’re also supposed to come face to face with Kylo Ren. Scary.
While much detail hasn’t been given about the ride it’s obviously going to be absolutely incredible.
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Luke Skywalker has been heroic, made mistakes, fought and redeemed Darth Vader, but something else that he has become kind of famous for (among Star Wars fans) is his affiliation with oddly colored milk.
In A New Hope we see Luke Skywalker speaking with his uncle and aunt at dinnertime and that’s when we were first introduced to the infamous Blue Milk. Blue Milk is one of the most fascinating beverages in Star Wars. I’ve always wanted to know what it tasted like because it has always looked so delightfully delicious.
And so forty years later Rian Johnson brought milk and Luke Skywalker back together by having the legendary hermit milk a Thala-Siren (that’s the yucky looking tentacle monster) and drink its milk all disgustingly.
It’s an interesting homage to something that has no important implications but has delighted fans throughout the years regardless. Just like the Golden Dice that before The Last Jedi seemed like just an ordinary pair of die but now have become an important staple to Han Solo’s story.
Blue milk, green milk, whichever milk you like, now that we’ve had two colors of the iconic Star Wars beverage will we possibly get another colored milk in the future? How about purple milk? That could be interesting.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a great day. May the Force (and the Blue Milk) be with you.
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