Kylo Ren Replaces Darth Vadar on the Launch Bay at at Hollywood Studios

Beginning in February 2016 Kylo Ren will replace Darth Vader at the Star Wars Launch Bay.

Darth Vadar fans needn't worry though as even though Darth Vader will no longer be appearing at the Launch Bay he will still be seen at Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple

Chewbacca and the First Order Stormtroopers will also continue to be at the Launch Bay, the changes are to expand the Star Wars presence ahead of the new Star Wars land.

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14 thoughts on “Kylo Ren Replaces Darth Vadar on the Launch Bay at at Hollywood Studios

  • garryburton36
    19th January 2016 at 5:38 pm
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    I've just figured out why Kylo Ren has that lightsaber, he's a crap force user and made it wrong.

  • GeekLeet Media
    19th January 2016 at 5:49 pm
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    That hilt design is ancient. It's a plasma blade, not a standard energy blade. Thirdly, it contains an imperfect synth-crystal which is why the blade crackles and spits.

    Pretty clear from the movie that Kylo isn't a "crap" Force user, especially knowing his lineage.

  • garryburton36
    19th January 2016 at 5:54 pm
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    +GeekLeet Media He gets his butt kicked by an untrained girl with no experience of the force who only found out she was force sensitive two hours ago. He's been training since he was six? Really not impressive.

  • LadyDanielle Zana
    19th January 2016 at 5:56 pm
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    ever played Jedi Knights of the Old Republic , where Raven has similar outfit ?

  • GeekLeet Media
    19th January 2016 at 5:58 pm
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    +garryburton36 did you miss the part about his uncontrolled temper, arrogance, bowcaster blasted stomach, oh — and his orders from Snoke to not harm Rey? Your arguments are old and misguided. Did you watch the movie with your eyes closed and ears plugged?

    Rey's origins is quite obvious. She and Kylo are clearly about the same age. Her memories were suppressed before she was dropped off at Jakku, which also included the suppression of her training that she probably received along with Kylo at the Jedi Academy. Her memories (and thus training), were obviously awoken when Kylo went into her mind. That's why the movie is called… bum bum da bum… The Force AWAKENS.

    Btw, San Tekka – the old man in the beginning of the film, — was a follower of the Church of the Force, and was charged in the keeping of Rey.

  • Donald Filkins
    19th January 2016 at 6:02 pm
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    And who said rey wasnt trained before she was droooed off at jakku

  • Graham Darcy
    19th January 2016 at 6:02 pm
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    Oh my God people are actually having a flame war over KYLO FUCKING REN! I'm getting a rope…

  • GeekLeet Media
    19th January 2016 at 6:09 pm
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    +garryburton36 , actually the clues are all there, and mostly in the vision she has when she is summoned to and touches Anakin/Luke's saber. Probably details you missed like you did with Kylo.

  • GeekLeet Media
    19th January 2016 at 6:17 pm
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    +garryburton36 , the exact WHO is irrelevant. What's being argued is your abysmal argument that she shouldn't have been able to confront Kylo. But, if we are to deduce who, she's a Skywalker or Kenobi. Kenobi is most likely, especially since it was old and young Kenobi that said she took her first step in her journey when she touched the lightsaber. It would also create a looping history of Rey possibly redeeming the Kenobi lineage after Ben's failure with Anakin and Kylo's obsession with Vader.

  • garryburton36
    19th January 2016 at 6:23 pm
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    +GeekLeet Media Yet we know she remembers being left as a child, a young child, on Jakku, so she had virtually no opportunity for training. She clearly has far more force sensitivity than the other Skywalker's because Luke never had anything like that reaction when he touched the lightsaber, and the Skywalker's have always been naturally stronger than the Kenobi's in the force. And if the clues are all there then have at it.

  • GeekLeet Media
    19th January 2016 at 6:52 pm
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    +garryburton36 , You are acting like she displayed extraordinary powers, she didn't. Controlling weak-minded stormtroopers and snatching a lightsaber with Force pull aren't impossible measures for early trained users. Luke was blocking laser bolts with a lightsaber in a fancy blindfold and shooting lasers from spaceships into impossible holes in ANH, and Force pulling lightsabers from snow in ESB before any formal training (or have you forgotten about all of that?). Never mind that Luke, a farm boy that never left his sandy planet, was a master pilot in ANH. The two feats Rey accomplished with the Force and her piloting skills weren't any more impressive than those done by an untrained Luke. Oh, but her lightsaber skills — she made it clear early on that she could defend herself. It's also likely, even at a young age, she received battle training (remember, kids with lightsabers far younger than 9 in RotS). Nothing in TFA is unexplained, other than stuff that's clearly reserved for plot elements in the next two films.

    She didn't "easily" beat Kylo. If Kylo wasn't injured, wasn't clouded in his emotions and judgements, and didn't have an order from Snoke to NOT harm her and to bring her in alive — Rey wouldn't have stood a chance against Kylo. The battle was very amateur. Two partially trained people having an emotional battle. And considering Kylo ran the joint as far as Force users go, that was probably the first time he was in a lightsaber battle with a Force sensitive or trained individual since his departing of the Jedi Academy. The rest of the time he just got acclimated to killing unarmed people and being a bully. You're going to get sloppy in those conditions.

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