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This rendering released by Disney and Lucasfilm shows people on the planned Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance attraction, part of "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge." The 14-acre area is set to open this summer at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, then in the fall at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida.

SALT LAKE CITY — You won’t have to channel the Force to stop yourself from going to the bathroom when you visit “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” on opening day.

  • “This may be done through character performances, trivia conducted by a cast member or games that are accessible on mobile phones — all of which will be themed to the ever-popular film series,” according to People magazine.
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  • Guests can buy drinks and snacks while waiting in line to improve their experience, too.

Yes, but: There aren’t many firm details about how this will work. And it’s not necessarily a new one either, since the park has helped people jump in and out of line for bathroom breaks for years, People magazine reported.

Wait time: Lines for “Galaxy’s Edge” rides could last as long as six hours on opening day, according to Touring Plans. For comparison, Disney’s Avatar Flight of Passage, which opened in 2017, had six-hour wait times, The Orange County Register reported.