According to an article published yesterday by the Orange County Register, Disneyland, in celebration of the new trailer dropping for Star Wars: The Last Jedi , may be giving West Coast visitors a taste of the innovations and technology that will be used once the Star Wars lands open in 2019 at both Disneyland and Disney World.
Visitors to Disneyland will want to be on the lookout for “Jake” a 3-foot white J4-K3 droid who was spotted earlier this week roaming around Tomorrowland. Through a series of beeps and motions, he was seen interacting with guests in front of Star Wars Launch Bay at the Disneyland theme park.
Guests lucky enough to catch Jake earlier this week were able to follow him around a bit, snap photos and even get a selfie or two.
There’s no word yet on whether Jake or any of his droid friends will be making an appearance at Walt Disney World. We promise to keep you updated on any developments.
Star War: The Last Jedi will open in theaters on December 15th. With anticipation building for the next instalment of this beloved film franchise, Disney released a new movie trailer this week which you can find here.
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(Photo by Joseph Pimentel, Orange County Register)
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