LucasFilm is located in: California
George Lucas was born in: California
George Lucas attended film school in: California
George Lucas' hit film American Graffiti takes place in: California
George's dog Indiana, the inspiration for Chewbacca and the namesake of Indiana Jones, was purchased in: California
Mark Hammill lives in: California
Harrison Ford lives in: California
Carrie Fisher lives in: California
Alec Guinness lives in: England
Okay, 8 out of 9 ain't bad, and besides, the British guy's dead.
Star Wars -- as California as Arnold Schwarzenegger!
May the Farce be with you.
I think it's quite clear as to where it'll go, actually... Hollywoodland.
Ofcourse, Hollywoodland will still exist, but it'll be majorly downsized.
The left corner of the land is in major need of attendance, hence all the dance parties.
Muppetvision is barely in commission anymore. The Millionaire building is empty. Monsters Inc barely ever has a line. The stage area no longer has a show and will no longer be used once Fantasy Faire opens in March. And that building with the arcade games that used to be a restaurant, well... it's only open for the dance parties.
So demo the entire left side/corner of Hollywoodland. Keep the buildings leading to the Hyperion and ofcourse Tower of Terror. That'll now be the small slither of Hollywoodland left and really, it serves its purpose. It's now basically a shoot off street from BVS anyway.
Keep the Hollywood theme alive though and turn the Star Wars land into a more behind the scenes experience. That stage could now be used for Jedi Academy and maybe a more action oriented show in the evenings. And honestly, you could conjoin Muppets, Millionaire, Monsters Inc and the arcade building for 1 or 2 E-Tickets if you wanted. Also, Mos Eisley cantina. Can't go wrong with that.
With that corner of DCA in need of new life and in serious slippage without a permanent answer, this its best bet.
I am still willing to bet it will be the next nighttime party in Hollywodland. They will have the cantina for special drinks etc.
Unless Disney is still thinking that DHS and DCA are basically two versions of the same theme park, like Disneyland and Magic Kingdom. Unless they are trying to fit Star Wars into both parks like Midway Mania. But I doubt it, there isn't enough room in California, unless they find it in Disneyland's Tomorrowland / Backstage or they build the third park.
I like the idea of expanding DCA behind Paradise Pier Hotel, but only if it makes thematic sense, not for Star Wars.
I'm all for a Star Wars themed party to take over Mad T Party after that is done! I think that's a great idea.
I personally like the idea of a Star Wars themed third gate. . .