Ahead of the opening of “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney announced some extended hours for guests staying on Disney property.

For the uninitiated, Disney already offers “Extra Magic Hours” for folks who stay at a Disney resort hotel, which means that park hours are extended by an hour in the morning or in the evening on certain days.

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Given the expected influx of people who will want to see one of the most anticipated attractions in the galaxy, Disney is offering “Extra Extra Magic Hours.”

Beginning Sept. 1 through Nov. 2, Disney’s Hollywood Studios will open at 6 a.m. for guests staying at a Disney hotel and 9 a.m. for the general public.

Both Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom will open at 7 a.m. ahead of the 8  a.m. general public opening beginning Aug. 29 through Nov. 2.

“Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge,” is set to open to on Aug. 29 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The 14-acre land will take guests to the outpost world of Batuu in the Star Wars universe.

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Batuu is a remote planet where pirates, smugglers and down-on-their-luck resistance fighters go to hide. Guests will be transported to Batuu’s Black Spire Outpost.

Crowds will see the saga’s most recognizable ship, the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy, the Millennium Falcon, as they walk into Galaxy’s Edge.

The Falcon doesn’t just serve as a centerpiece; it’s part of the queue for one of two new attractions, “Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run,” where guests will fly, navigate and gun their way through the galaxy in the Falcon’s cockpit.

The other new attraction, “Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance,” puts guests in the middle of a battle between the First Order, the franchise’s most recent baddies, and the Resistance, aka the latest rebels.

Disney Imagineer Margaret Kerrison, when speaking to the Orlando Sentinel, put it best: “I think grown men are going to cry. I think people are going to fall to their knees and start kissing the ground.”

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