Joining the Poe/X-wing and Kylo/TIE Silencer vehicle with figurine sets is a Finn with Ski Speeder which was found at Star Trader in Disneyland for $19.95.
Thanks to yumabooma on Instagram for the news.
The Force Friday II event is your opportunity to be among the first to purchase new Star Wars and Star Wars: The Last Jedi themed merchandise, including unique products found only at Disney Parks.
For more information, check out the Disney Parks Blog.
*Event subject to change.
About a month ago, an unnamed mystery build-a-droid astromech surfaced online. Various theories exist as to the potential release of this figure, but with the recent ramp up of the Star Wars Day/May Fourth promotions, I theorize that this will be a Disneyland Park Commemorative Figure. A recent blog post states that special “commemorative merchandise” will be available that day, and based on the black/yellow/white colors of the logo, the corresponding colors of the droid and the precedent for Disney releasing Limited Edition astromechs, this seems to fit that theory quite well.
What do you think? Leave a comment below.
Our friends at Vinylmation World remind us that the next series of Star Wars themed Vinylmation Eachez is being release tomorrow at Disneyworld’s D-Street, Disneyland and DisneyStore.com. Unlike previous releases, this launch features 3 possible variants to collect: C-3PO is packed 7:10 (1750), K-3PO is 2:10 (500) and the rare R-3PO is packed 1:10 (250).
Vinylmation World alerts us that in commemoration of Disneyland’s 60th Anniversary, they will be issuing an exclusive R2-D60 Droid Factory figure.It will be limited to 6000 pieces and retail for $12.95.
If you’re a build-a-droid part completist, this is an essential purchase.
Update: Our friends at The Astromech Collection pass on info that the R2-D60 will be available in a much wider release and not limited to 6000 pcs.
StarWars.com updated today officially announcing the release of Revenge of the Sith in 3D at Celebration Anaheim as well as discount admission to Disneyland before and after the convention.
Disneyland Resort Theme Park is discounting park admissions for the days before and after the show. Here are the details of the Lando-worthy deal: If you already have tickets for Star Wars Celebration, sign in to your ticket account and find a new link for the Disneyland discount. If you have not yet purchased tickets, you can buy them now, then grab your Disneyland Resort Theme Park discounted tickets after purchase. These special ticket prices will not be available once you arrive at the Resort, and tickets will only be valid from Monday, April 13, 2015, through Friday, April 24, 2015; the special ticket store for Celebration attendees closes at 9:00 p.m. PT on Wednesday, April 15, 2015. So make the jump to lightspeed and don’t delay.
Joining forces with one of Hollywood’s most iconic brands, runDisney is creating another transportive race weekend — the Star Wars Half Marathon Weekend presented by Sierra Nevada Corporation at Disneyland Resort. Your intergalactic journey begins January 15 and runs through January 18, 2015.
The Star Wars event is the fourth runDisney race weekend scheduled for 2015 at Disneyland Resort, doubling the number of races held in 2013. The new race weekend offers runners a variety of race experiences for all levels, from Padawans to Jedi Masters — kids races, a 5K, a 10K and a half marathon. And for those who show an even greater strength with the Force, there will be a two-race challenge involving the 10K and the half marathon with a commemorative medal awaiting every finisher.
For the full announcement, visit StarWars.com
VinylmationWorld.com has posted image of the complete set (minus the chaser) of blind boxed Vinylmation Series 4 figures coming to DisneyWorld, Disneyland and DisneyStore.com later this month. The Empire Strikes Back-themed series includes: Luke Skywalker (Hoth), Han Solo (Hoth), R2-D2 (Dagobah), Princess Leia (Bespin Gown), Ugnaught, Bossk, 4-LOM, Zuckuss, Snowtrooper, Dengar and Tauntaun. Speculation is that IG-88 will be the rare “chaser” character.
Thanks to our friend Kevin Gawthrope for the heads up.