Star Tours – The Adventures Continue

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Star Tours – The Adventures Continue
Star Tours Logo.svg
Star Tours—The Adventures Continue poster.jpg
Disney's Hollywood Studios
AreaEcho Lake
Coordinates28°21′19″N 81°33′31″W / 28.3552°N 81.5587°W / 28.3552; -81.5587
StatusOperating
Opening dateMay 20, 2011
ReplacedStar Tours
Disneyland
AreaTomorrowland
Coordinates33°48′42″N 117°55′04″W / 33.8118°N 117.9177°W / 33.8118; -117.9177
StatusOperating
Opening dateJune 3, 2011
ReplacedStar Tours
Tokyo Disneyland
AreaTomorrowland
Coordinates35°38′00″N 139°52′42″E / 35.6334°N 139.8783°E / 35.6334; 139.8783
StatusOperating
Opening dateMay 7, 2013
ReplacedStar Tours
Disneyland Park (Paris)
NameFrench: Star Tours – L'Aventure Continue
AreaDiscoveryland
Coordinates48°52′30″N 2°46′46″E / 48.8751°N 2.7794°E / 48.8751; 2.7794
StatusOperating
Opening dateMarch 26, 2017
ReplacedStar Tours
General statistics
Attraction type3-D Motion simulator
ManufacturerThales Training & Simulation
DesignerWalt Disney Imagineering
ThemeStar Wars
MusicJohn Williams[1]
(Ride score)
Michael Giacchino
(Pre-show and queue)
Vehicle typeStarspeeder 1000 Motion simulator
Riders per vehicle40
Duration4:30 minutes
Height restriction40 in (102 cm)
SponsorSMS Audio (2015–)[2]
JCB (Tokyo)[3]
Ride hostC-3PO
Fastpass available
FastPass+ available
Must transfer from wheelchair
Assistive listening icon.svg Assistive listening available

Star Tours – The Adventures Continue (also known as Star Tours 3-D and Star Tours - L'Aventure Continue) is a 3D motion simulator attraction located at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris. Set in the Star Wars universe, Star Tours – The Adventures Continue takes guests on a turbulent excursion trip across the galaxy, as droids C-3PO and R2-D2 attempt to safely return a spy to the Rebel Alliance.

The Adventures Continue features locations and characters from Episode I – The Phantom Menace through Episode VIII – The Last Jedi, unlike its predecessor, which mostly took place after the events of the original trilogy (Episodes IV–VI). The attraction opened on May 20, 2011 at Disney's Hollywood Studios, on June 3, 2011 at Disneyland, on May 7, 2013 at Tokyo Disneyland, and on March 26, 2017 at Disneyland Paris.[4][5][6][7]

Development[edit]

Pre-production[edit]

In April 2005, at Star Wars Celebration III, creator George Lucas confirmed that a Star Tours II was in production. In May 2009, /Film reported that filming for the new version of Star Tours was underway in West Hollywood, California.[8]

During pre-production, one of the locations that Imagineers wanted guests to visit was the ice planet of Hoth while it was under siege by Imperial walkers. However, the idea was quickly scrapped because it would interfere with the attraction's placement in the Star Wars timeline.[9] According to Imagineer Jason Surrell, after the Hoth battle idea was replaced with an encounter with the planet's native fauna (e.g. tauntauns and wampas), the concept was presented to George Lucas. Lucas, although liking the idea, requested that the battle scene be used instead, even if it meant disrupting the series' canon. Lucas offered the possibility that there was perhaps an earlier scuffle between Rebel and Imperial forces on the planet before the events in Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back unfolded and that they "later decided to build a base there figuring the Empire wouldn't think the rebels would return to that same location."[9] The Kashyyyk sequence was suggested by John Lasseter.[9] Industrial Light & Magic was responsible for the extensive computer-generated imagery seen throughout the attraction.[10]

At the 2009 D23 Expo in Anaheim, Walt Disney Imagineering announced that Star Tours at Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios would be closed in October 2010 for total renovation and would reopen in May and June 2011 as Star Tours – The Adventures Continue. The updated ride system would consist of high-definition video, a Dolby 3D[11] high-definition screen, an improved motion simulator, as well as several other newly added special effects. A short teaser trailer was shown at the expo featuring a podracing scene similar to that from Episode I – The Phantom Menace. An accompanying teaser picture depicted a red-colored "StarSpeeder 1000" spacecraft.[12]

Previews[edit]

In May 2010, Disney announced exact dates for the closure of Star Tours at both parks, both earlier than the originally announced October 2010 date. Star Tours closed on July 27 at Disneyland and on September 7 at Disney's Hollywood Studios.[13]

On June 11, 2010, at the "What's Next?" presentation, Disney announced that the re-imagined attraction would take place between episodes III and IV of the Star Wars film series and would be named Star Tours – The Adventures Continue. They also premiered an image showcasing the StarSpeeder 1000 flying through Coruscant.[14]

On August 12, during Celebration V, Disney showed a preview 'commercial' of what guests may expect to see, including visits to Endor, Bespin, and Alderaan.[15]

By September 24, two new characters were revealed for Star Tours – The Adventures Continue. The first one was Ace, the new pilot, and the second one was the Aly San San spokesdroid, voiced by Allison Janney.[16] During D23's "Destination D" event, Disneyland Resort President George Kalogridis stated that the new ride would feature 54 possible different experiences.

On October 26, Tom Fitzgerald, Executive VP and Senior Creative Executive of Walt Disney Imagineering, stated that while "Ace" was supposed to be the pilot of the Starspeeder 1000's, by the time riders actually take off, the pilot would be C-3PO. Fitzgerald also mentioned that Captain Rex, the former Star Tours pilot (but within the series' timeline, the future pilot), would also make an appearance somewhere on the new version of the attraction.[17] Anthony Daniels, who played C-3PO in all the Star Wars films, returned to portray the character in three mediums; live-action suit, motion capture and Audio-animatronic voice.[18]

Fitzgerald revealed on February 11, 2011, that more characters would be encountered on the ride, including Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Imperial Stormtroopers, "Jumptroopers", Admiral Ackbar, Yoda, Princess Leia and Chewbacca.[19] He confirmed on April 1, locations that guests could visit on the new attraction. Destinations include Tatooine, Coruscant, Hoth, Naboo, Kashyyyk, and the Death Star as it orbits Geonosis.[20]

Official opening[edit]

The attraction in Florida began soft openings on May 14, with the official opening at midnight on May 20, 2011.[21] The attraction in Anaheim began soft openings on May 20, with the official opening in the morning of June 3, 2011.[22] Tokyo Disneyland's Star Tours attraction closed on April 2, 2012, and reopened as the revamped attraction on May 7, 2013.[6] Disneyland Paris' Star Tours attarction was the final incarnation to change; it closed on March 16, 2016 and reopened as The Adventures Continue on March 26, 2017.

In 2012, Star Tours – The Adventures Continue was awarded as the most "Outstanding Attraction Refresh" by the Themed Entertainment Association.[23]

At the 2015 D23 Expo, it was announced that an desert planet called Jakku from The Force Awakens would be added to the attraction.[24] The new adventure became available beginning November 16, 2015.[25] A salt and mineral planet called Crait from The Last Jedi and the remote outpost forest and mountain planet called Batuu from Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will be added to the attraction.[26][27] The Crait and Batuu sequences were added on November 17, 2017.[28]

Attraction[edit]

The exteriors of all four Star Tours attractions are different in their respective parks. The attraction in Florida is inspired by an Ewok village on the forest moon of Endor, whereas the California, Japan, and France versions are modeled after a Tomorrowland-esque space port.

Backstory[edit]

According to the opening crawl[29] that preceded the attraction's inaugural opening; after the Dark Times began, Captain Antilles had dispatched C-3PO and R2-D2, the series' protagonist droids who were placed in the custody of Antilles by order of Bail Organa near the end of Revenge of the Sith, to assist in the inauguration of the spaceline.[30] The seemingly close relationship between the Rebel Alliance and the Star Tours agency, caused the Galactic Empire to believe that both entities were in a partnership, and thus has monitored the agency's actions over the years.

Queue[edit]

Similar to the functionality of the previous Star Tours attraction, The Adventures Continue places guests in the role of space tourists en route to a predetermined destination. The queue is designed to resemble a spaceport terminal: posters advertise voyages to different planets, and a large LCD screen informs riders of flight statuses, planetary weather forecasts, and advertisements promoting the benefits of booking flights with Star Tours. The screen displays information in spoken basic language and Aurebesh. The queue is populated with Audio-Animatronic characters, including C-3PO, R2-D2, and two Mon Calamari officers, that interact with one another and to guests. Entering the cargo bay, Captain Rex from the original attraction can be found, who in accordance with the timeline has not been used yet, and is therefore being sent back to a factory as defective. He occasionally has a power surge and delivers a line from the original attraction. Two G2 droids interact with guests as they conduct their tasks. The more outspoken droid processing the passengers' luggage on a scanning system reveals the luggages' contents to the guests waiting in the queue. Many references, gags, and in-jokes relating to Star Wars, Disney and Pixar films are made via the contents of this luggage.[31] Guests then retrieve their 3-D "flight glasses" and are directed by a flight agent to one of several concourses where they wait to board.

Pre-show[edit]

Television monitors show C-3PO, who has been assigned to maintenance on the StarSpeeder that guests are about to board, is inadvertently trapped in the cockpit. Following this, Aly San San presents an instruction video (reminiscent of the original) to the guests on how to fasten their seat belts and where to place their belongings followed by the Disney Parks daily safety spiel in English and Spanish. The announcement is made in Japanese and English with Chinese subtitles in Tokyo Disneyland, and in English and French in Disneyland Paris. Once the doors to the Starspeeder 1000 open, guests enter one of several ride simulators. After the doors close, C-3PO complains to R2-D2 about the misunderstanding, but is ignored when the StarSpeeder begins to take flight with C-3PO in it.

Ride experience[edit]

Attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Attraction at Disneyland

The ride sequence is randomized; guests riding Star Tours will experience four out of the eighteen different segments during each journey. This gives Star Tours the advantage of being both highly repeatable and constantly surprising. Even though guests can experience different journeys, the main priority is always delivering a Rebel spy to safety. The Rebel spy is chosen from among the guests onboard and their photo is displayed to the riders.

There are eighteen random segments of the film (four opening segments, four primary destination segments, six hologram message segments, and four ending destination segments). When combined, they allow 384 different possible ride experiences.

  • The Starspeeder 1000 takes off, although C-3PO protests he is not the captain. As the Starspeeder 1000 is about to leave the Star Tours terminal:
    1. Darth Vader, Imperial Stormtroopers, and Jumptroopers (this segment offers a random variant in which Boba Fett is among the group) arrive to arrest the Rebel spy aboard the Starspeeder 1000. Vader uses a Force-grip to keep the Starspeeder 1000 from escaping. The Starspeeder 1000 fires its lasers at the Sith Lord, who deflects them with his lightsaber, allowing the shuttle to make a rapid exit backwards out of the hangar, with the Imperial TIE fighters chasing after it. The Starspeeder then makes the jump to lightspeed.
    2. An Imperial probe droid attaches to the windshield and detects the presence of the Rebel spy on board the Starspeeder 1000. At the same moment, Han Solo, facing detention by the Empire, opens fire on a platoon of Stormtroopers and races up the boarding ramp of the Millennium Falcon. The Millennium Falcon takes off and launches out of the hangar with the Starspeeder 1000 in hot pursuit. After a few maneuvers, the Millennium Falcon jumps away, and the Starspeeder 1000 shoots down a couple of TIE fighters, takes a few shots at a Star Destroyer, causing severe damage to the bridge, then jumps to lightspeed, despite C-3PO's protests.
    3. Segment 1 is repeated with First Order stormtroopers and Kylo Ren.
    4. Segment 2 is repeated with a First Order probe droid and Rey in Han Solo's place against the First Order.
  • After jumping to lightspeed, the Starspeeder arrives at its primary destination:
    1. The Starspeeder 1000 almost crash lands on Hoth amid a battle between the Rebels' snowspeeders and Imperial AT-ATs. After entering the combat zone against orders, an AT-AT fires at the Starspeeder, and the ship crashes in the snow, teetering on the edge of a cliff. The ship falls over the side and rides through the canyon like a luge, launching off another cliff and free-falling into a deep canyon. At the last second, R2-D2 re-engages the engines and the Starspeeder rockets back into space.
    2. The Starspeeder 1000 reaches Tatooine and takes part in the Boonta Eve Classic Podrace, along with Sebulba and other Podracer pilots Teemto Pagalies, Ratts Tyerell, Gasgano, Ebe Endocott and Mars Guo. Ratts Tyerell crashes into the canyon wall, causing the Starspeeder 1000 to collide with Teemto Pagalies's Podracer, which gives the Starspeeder 1000 twice the power. Sebulba throws a tool at the Starspeeder 1000's windshield and the race concludes with the enhanced Starspeeder 1000 overtaking Sebulba for 1st place, crossing the finish line and jettisoning the Podracer before flying back into space, narrowly missing the crowd.
    3. The Starspeeder 1000 lands on Kashyyyk, as Scout Troopers riding on speeder bikes chase Chewbacca and a Wookiee warrior on an ornithopter through the lush forest and the Scout Trooper is getting hit by a tree branch and the Wilhelm scream can be heard. At one point, Chewbacca falls off from the back of his vehicle and hits the Starspeeder's windshield. The Starspeeder 1000 flies through the Wookiee villages on top of the lush forest trees and passes the flying Kashyyyk blue bird creature. A Wookiee warrior swings on the vines while doing the Tarzan yell through the villages. The Starspeeder 1000 passes through the forest tree branches before sliding off into space.
    4. The Starspeeder 1000 arrives on Jakku, where it follows the Millennium Falcon (piloted by Finn) as it is pursued by First Order TIE fighters over the desert landscape. The Millennium Falcon shoots the Starspeeder 1000 with its turret, causing the Starspeeder to crash-land in the remains of a destroyed Star Destroyer, where scavengers pry the Star Tours logo off the Starspeeder. The Starspeeder finds a way out and takes off into space.
  • After the Starspeeder 1000 returns to space, a hologram transmission of either Admiral Ackbar, Princess Leia, Yoda, Poe Dameron, Maz Kanata, or BB-8 confirms that there is a rebel spy on board, and says that coordinates have been sent to R2-D2.
  • Despite C-3PO's protests, R2-D2 takes the speeder to the location's coordinates:
    1. The Starspeeder 1000 arrives in the upper atmosphere during the battle of Coruscant, where the last forces of the CIS are piloting droid tri-fighters while vulture droids battle the Republic Army's Clone troopers ARC-170 starfighters. Buzz droids from the vulture droid's missile are projected at the Starspeeder 1000, which attach themselves to the windshield. R2-D2 uses an electric shock to blast them off, but some of the buzz droids have already caused severe damage to the stabilizers. The powerless Starspeeder 1000 then plummets through the planet's atmosphere and into the bustling sky traffic of the city planet. After several near misses, the Starspeeder 1000 careens to a halt on a landing platform, nearly hitting a fuel tanker before crashing into a traffic control droid.
    2. The Starspeeder 1000 arrives during battle of Naboo. Naboo is under attack by the last Trade Federation control ship armies. Three N-1 Naboo starfighters are ordered to lead the Starspeeder 1000 into a hangar bay, but are shot down by vulture droids. Another vulture droid shoots down the Starspeeder 1000, causing it to plummet into the ocean. The Starspeeder then arrives near Otoh Gunga, sideswiping or smashing into Jar Jar Binks. After the Gungans order the Starspeeder 1000 to follow the Gungan Bongo that will lead it through the planet's core, an opee sea killer attacks the guide, but not before being eaten by a sando aqua monster. A colo claw fish then tries to eat the Starspeeder 1000, but R2-D2 blasts it with an electric shock. The Starspeeder 1000 then surfaces, skipping off the water and into a hangar filled with Starfighter debris. The Starspeeder 1000 smashes into the tail of a Naboo starfighter, either shattering the windshield and angering the pit droid that falls into the cockpit, or merely breaking the tail of the starfighter, angering the pit droid, who then throws gold paint at the Starspeeder 1000 and storms off.
    3. The Starspeeder 1000 discovers the still-uncompleted Death Star orbiting Geonosis. Ambushed in the asteroid field by Boba Fett aboard Slave I, the Starspeeder 1000 dodges laser fire and exploding asteroids before venturing into the Death Star. Escaping through a hangar bay, the Starspeeder 1000 is confronted again by the bounty hunter. Fett launches a sonic bomb, which is deflected back by a laser blast from the Starspeeder 1000. The explosion cripples the bounty hunter, allowing the Starspeeder 1000 to jump to lightspeed. It reaches the Rebel fleet, and lands aboard a Mon Calamari cruiser, where Rebel Alliance leaders await to offer congratulations.
    4. The Starspeeder 1000 arrives on Crait and gets chased by First Order TIE fighters before descending into the planet's crystal mines. Escaping the mines from the First Order TIE fighters, the Starspeeder 1000 flies over the salt flats, joining Resistance forces in an attack on the First Order. The Starspeeder 1000 is instructed by Poe Dameron to assist the Resistance in their siege against the First Order, led by General Hux's forces. A speeder passes in front of the Starspeeder 1000 which causes the windshield to be covered in red salt before R2-D2 wipes it clean. General Hux questions Star Tours' presence and instructs his fleet to destroy the ship. The Starspeeder 1000 proceeds to destroy a First Order AT-AT before escaping into space. The Starspeeder 1000 makes the jump to lightspeed and arrives on Batuu, touching down safely on the remote planet.
  • C-3PO thanks the guests for choosing Star Tours as their space-line of choice and are then given disembarking instructions by Aly San San.

Production[edit]

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

John Williams, who composed the music for all the main Star Wars saga films, approached Walt Disney Imagineering about writing the music for the attraction. After evaluating the storyboards the ride sequences, Williams determined that a newly-written musical score was unnecessary.[40] Instead, Williams suggested that the on-ride music should be the original cues from the films, along with unused passages from the film scores that he and his music editor found.[1] Michael Giacchino provided additional arrangements of various Star Wars themes for use in the commercials and pre-show videos in the attraction.[10] Also, the signature Star Tours logo chimes, composed by Richard Bellis, remained in the attraction.[41]

Ride system[edit]

Starspeeder 1000 flying in Coruscant

The attraction combines high-definition video, a Dolby 3D high-definition screen, an improved motion simulator and several newly added special effects and Audio-animatronics.

Similar to its predecessor, Star Tours–The Adventures Continue utilizes the same hydraulic motion base cabin, patented as Advanced Technology Leisure Application Simulator (ATLAS), which features several degrees of freedom, including the ability to move 35 degrees in the X-Y-Z plane. In the original version, passengers rode in a vehicle named the "Starspeeder 3000". Since the new attraction is set before the original film, the new ride vehicle is referred to as a "Starspeeder 1000".[42] The motion simulator itself was originally manufactured by Rediffusion Simulation.[43]

See also[edit]

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