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Disneyland Paris Offered a Behind-the-Scenes Glimpse of Fan-Built Star Wars Vehicles at 'Season of the Force'

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Disney world has been upgrading their attractions to cater to adult audiences, and have offered a special behind-the-scenes look at how their Star Wars vehicles are constructed.


Disneyland Paris has a new exhibit for Star Wars fans, and their impressive array of fan-built vehicles from the franchise is now on display.

Here's how they did it.

For Star Wars fans, this is literally like getting the Death Star plans handed to them by the Bothans, many of whom sadly perished obtaining that information for the Rebellion. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the making of this this mini-doc.

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The "Star Wars: Season of the Force" exhibit runs through March 25th, and contains craft and characters from various chapters of the multi-billion-dollar franchise, all designed and built by fans.

Fans can see life-size replicas of Star Wars vehicles including an X-wing starfighter, ETA-2 Jedi starfighter, Imperial tie fighter, A-wing fighter and a combat assault tank.

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"Fans will also see a few updates to last year's offerings, including scenes from Star Wars: The Last Jedi in the nighttime projection show Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular at Walt Disney Studios Park and Star Tours: The Adventures Continue at Disneyland Park," reports DisneyParks Blog. "Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain is also open as part of the 25th Anniversary celebration."

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Fans posted images on Twitter of what visitors can expect, and it's AMAZING.

More please.

Benandmaxsmummy brought back for friend @CurtisTJohns "a bag containing something for you as promised."

HOW. COOL. IS. THIS?!

John shared a picture of the nighttime show, which looks spectacular.

It really is "a galactic celebration," as Twitter user and Star Wars fan Cave_0f_Wonders pointed out.

Maybe we haven't seen the last Jedi, after all. The reboot of the franchise has inspired a new generation of fans.

The odds of not enjoying this exhibit are approximately 3720:1, though I probably shouldn't tell you that.