The New York Post: Disneyland has been empty of late — by Disney park standards — and the new ‘Star Wars’ attraction appears to be a factor

To say that Disneyland’s new “Star Wars”–themed Galaxy’s Edge attraction is a big deal would be an understatement. The highly anticipated $1 billion, 14-acre immersive expansion was the biggest in park history. Since its June opening, visitors have been able to pilot the Millennium Falcon, build lightsabers and drink blue milk. The hype over the new attraction’s products has caused people to steal branded sporks, of all things.

To ensure that the park wouldn’t be mobbed with “Star Wars” fans, Disneyland put crowd-control measures in place; Galaxy’s Edge was only accessible to those with reservations until June 23. But it seems that the measures may have worked too well, depending on whom you ask.

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