According to the write up by Alice that is actually part of the queue. From there our group is split this is immediately after disembarking from the shuttle after our rebel ship is caught in a tracker beam.Well that would require someone to get out of the ride vehicle. Pretty unlikely.
I wish that scene was actually going to be part of the ride itself, but if nothing else, it looks like Rise is going to set a new standard for queue experience.
Have you seen the 'Why we can't have nice things' thread or the Just For Social Media subreddit?Yeah, but would causing a ride to estop and getting banned from the property be worth the selfie?
Nevermind. People are stupid.
Except it's absolutely part of the queue.
They are all animatronics this has been confirmed in many press releases.... also.. this room is directly after the preshow so We might be walking by it briefly instead of queuing in the roomA scene like that works better in the ride than the queue. In the queue, you are going to be in that room for a decent amount of time I'm sure. Having 50 storm troopers stand there and not move ever would come off as fake. Zooming by on the ride for 30 seconds, them not moving wouldn't be noticed. Unless they are all AA's, which I doubt. Even low level AA's there would be a lot of cost and to go wrong.
I recall reading that they will have super subtle movement, just so they aren't static.They are all animatronics this has been confirmed in many press releases.... also.. this room is directly after the preshow so We might be walking by it briefly instead of queuing in the room
EDIT - you can see in the picture a lot of the wires coming out the legs aswell as a lot of the feet missing for wiring
Not even sure that barrier will be there in the final product. It defeats the forced perspective they are going for.Taking bets on how long it takes before people cross under that barrier and take selfies with the storm troopers. They should have just built a barrier like the one in front of the falcon at least that one is continuous. That gap between allows a kid to slide though fairly easily.
Edit: I could see them staffing a Cast Member to stand on the other side though.
I'm really not sure what it will be like fall, but this summer it has been a ghost town. Completely the opposite of what everyone thought.I'm thinking of taking an impromptu trip this fall too and hitting up HHN and Knott's Scary Farm while there. With attendance as it is, it would seem to make for a pleasant trip.
Yeah, Disney already has a roller coaster with one Audio Inanimatron. And are building one with none, and a horrible theme destroying outdoor section.I don’t see how RotR even remotely has any pressure. We are talking about Disney’s biggest and most immersive ride experience they’ve ever created, versus a rollercoaster with some low budget animatronics at Universal, I don’t think that’s gonna be hard to top lol.