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'Star Wars' Awakens at Disneyland

Calling all "Star Wars" fans: For a limited time, "Star Wars": Season of the Force has taken over Tomorrowland at Disneyland. Voyage behind the scenes with us to check out what's new!

Space Mountain is now known as Hyperspace Mountain, a journey through the galaxy seeking out traditional enemies in the Galactic Empire, as well as new ones such as Kylo Ren and his army of Stormtroopers. From the music to the images, you feel as if you are on a mission, with Han Solo taking out bad guys with each twist and turn.

Next up is Star Tours, where you can take your StarSpeeder to a new destination with a few new characters from the latest "Star Wars" incarnation, "The Force Awakens," directed by J.J. Abrams and opening in theaters December 18.

Your littlest Jedi Warrior can get involved in the action with an updated Jedi Training experience coming in December.

The hub of the new Tomorrowland is "Star Wars Launch Bay," where you can celebrate all things "Star Wars." From life-size replicas of Stormtrooper and Darth Vader costumes, to limited-edition merchandise, you will never be closer to stepping inside the iconic movies. "Star Wars Launch Bay" is a multisensory experience complete with video games, a makeshift rebel base and opportunities to meet Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Stormtrooper characters and more!

To complete the takeover, there is new food at all restaurants in Tomorrowland, where menus give you an opportunity to join both the dark and light sides, complete with glowing drinks and unique items like dark-hued hamburgers that taste delicious and spicy!

Disneyland is a constantly evolving place, and this latest iteration is not to be missed! This special event currently has no end date, but is a limited engagement. As Walt Disney said, Disneyland will never "be done." It is alive and always growing!

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