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Video: Harrison Ford Reveals A Peek At Disney's Star Wars Experience

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Harrison Ford revealed a sneak peek at Disneyland's upcoming Star Wars attraction last night.

Han Solo himself appeared on The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60 on ABC last night to show us a glimpse of Disneyland's up and coming 14-acre expansion, the Star Wars Experience. He also noted that, "Star Wars is, for lack of a better word, awesome."

The video hints at two of the rides:

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"Imagine stepping aboard the Millennium Falcon and actually piloting the fastest ship in the galaxy! Banking left, right, firing the laser canons. You're in complete control! Imaging finding yourself in the middle of a battle between the Resistance and the First Order in a race against time!"

There will also be street market where you can buy food and, "for the truly adventurous," the local cantina.

An exact opening date for Star Wars Land has yet to be revealed.

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