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Imagineer Zach Riddley Shows Installation of Nova Corps Starblaster Ship for EPCOT’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind

Progress continues to be made at EPCOT’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. Today, Imagineer Zach Riddley showed the beginning of the installation of the Nova Corps Starblaster Ship that will be in front of the attraction. Along with showing photos of the installation, Riddley shared more about the icon in an Instagram post.

In the post, Riddley shared that the ship will be 51-feet tall. The installation process will take several weeks. When it is finished it will be an iconic part of the Wonders of Xandar pavilion as a part of World Discovery. Riddley also shared some concept art of what the final project will look like.

A new year brings continued progress at EPCOT. Today I’m excited to share our team has started the installation of the Nova Corps Starblaster ship that will mark the Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind entrance at EPCOT. Over the coming weeks we’ll be assembling the 51-foot-tall ship, adding finishing details and tying in the landing pad area that surrounds the ship. Swipe for a teaser photo and concept art of the cockpit that’ll be going in soon!

Once complete, this ship will be the signature icon of the Wonders of Xandar pavilion and immediately establish the Xandarian storyline guests will discover inside this new attraction. Plus, the bold blue and gold colors will make this a stunning new addition to World Discovery. We can’t wait to share more details as we bring the first-ever, full-size Nova Corps ship to life here at EPCOT (and you can join along and watch from the monorail too!).

Zach Riddley on Instagram

Last fall the ride vehicles for Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind were revealed. It was also shared that the attraction will be opening at EPCOT in 2022. A specific date has not been revealed yet, however.

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