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Here Is What Was Unveiled About Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge At Its Cast Party

Source:Orange County Register
Author:Marla Jo Fisher
Dateline:February 26, 2019
Posted:March 07, 2019
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Disneyland held an after-hours party just for cast members Tuesday night - and they got to be the first people to see some of the uniforms that will be appearing soon in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.

Most people know that Disney's building a new Star Wars land near Frontierland that's expected to open in June, but this was the first time anyone had seen uniforms that will be worn by people working the attractions. In Disneyland, most attractions and areas have their own specially designed costumes that enhance the fantasy world inside the park. For example, the Jungle Cruise skippers look like they're ready to take off down the Nile.

But now there will be good guys and bad guys in the new land - and you can tell them apart by how they're dressed. There will also be villagers roaming around the Black Spire Outpost, which is the smuggler's village on the Planet Batuu where the new Star Wars land is supposedly set. (Spoiler alert: It's not a real planet.) And, of course, there will be storm troopers and droids, not to mention alien species. Note that the First Order bad guy uniforms are modeled after those that appeared in the "Star Wars" film series. And note the "code cylinders" on the chest that carry encrypted information.

Cast members were eagerly looking forward to arriving in Tomorrowland for their private party from 10 p.m. to midnight, especially the costume reveal scheduled for 10:30 p.m. at the Tomorrowland Terrace. Popcorn, fountain drinks and the chance to ride a few attractions were also in store.

The costumes revealed showed mix-and-match styles including four tops, five bottoms and, for the first time, accessories, according to a tweet by @shyhoof

Disneyland President Josh D'Amaro showed off his new name tag, revealing that Star Wars name tags will have names in English and Star Wars language Aurebesh.

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