It’s comprehensible that the brass at Disney and Lucasfilm would possibly look to “The Mandalorian” to save lots of the day. One large drawback with the “Galactic Starcruiser” (except for the outlandish price ticket) was identifiable imagery that most people may lean on to know what they had been getting themselves into. Thanks to the success of the Disney+ collection, Mando and Baby Yoda are about as fashionable as any “Star Wars” character with trendy audiences. Yet, re-skinning your entire 100-room immersive resort would have been extraordinarily expensive. So Bob Iger determined to chop losses as an alternative.
Other plans had been apparently floated, together with providing excursions of the “Galactic Starcruiser” to those that had been already paying to be at Disney World for someplace between $50 and $100. Maybe folks would shell out for that form of factor as a mere fraction of the supposed immersive expertise, or perhaps they would not, nevertheless it looks as if a determined transfer contemplating what the house was designed for. It’s a uncommon, huge-scale blunder for Disney Parks, which is often a cornerstone for the corporate and a dependable spine for annual income.
But at $1,600 per individual, not counting journey and different prices, this was an unattainable expertise for the typical “Star Wars” fan. It was merely for the well-off or well-connected, and a serious set up at a theme park wants the typical fan to make it work on an extended timeline. Hopefully, Disney learns from this misfire and leans into extra inexpensive ventures sooner or later, notably related to this franchise.