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New 'Star Wars' Attraction Reportedly Breaks Down During Its First Two Days of Operation | THR News

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New 'Star Wars' Attraction Reportedly Breaks Down During Its First Two Days of Operation | THR News

New 'Star Wars' Attraction Reportedly Breaks Down During Its First Two Days of Operation | THR News

It appears the new, stunning 'Star Wars' attraction, "Rise of the Resistance," at Walt Disney World is off to a rough start, reportedly breaking down in its first two days of operation.

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