ORLANDO, Fla. — Thanks to Disney CEO Bob Iger, we finally got a few first looks inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
Iger tweeted three photos of the new land after giving a personal tour to filmmakers Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams alongside Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy and Imagineer and Galaxy's Edge creator Scott Trowbridge.
Fans have been pouring over the images ever since, scouring them for Easter eggs and details about what the land will look like when it opens later this month.
Even based on just these three photos, the land looks lifted straight out of a galaxy far, far away. One photo shows the group sitting around the table inside the Millennium Falcon where Chewbacca and C-3PO famously played a game of Dejarik.
Another shows Abrams taking a photo of Trowbridge with the market stalls of Black Spire Outpost as a backdrop. Look closely and you'll see a small replica of the speeder Han Solo flew in Solo.
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