Since the release of the first film in the Star Wars saga in 1977, Lucasfilm has been attached to 188 registered patents, 51 published patent applications, 1,138 registered trademarks applications, and 3,952 registered copyrights. As fans celebrate the highly-anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge theme park opening today in Disneyland, we’ve put together a few recent pieces of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge-themed IP for you to enjoy!

Batuu

Upon entering Galaxy’s Edge, visitors will be transported to a planet named Batuu, a location featured in “Star Wars” comic books and television series that is described by StarWars.com as, “home to those who prefer to stay out of the mainstream, and a thriving port for smugglers, rogue traders, and adventurers traveling between the frontier and uncharted space.”

An application to register Batuu was filed in 2018.

 

Beverages at Oga’s Cantina

📷: CNCBC

Thirsty? Galaxy’s Edge is also serving up Star Wars-themed drinks at Oga’s Cantina. A few names that were trademarked with the USPTO include:

  • White Wampa Ale
  • Gamorrean Ale
  • Gold Squadron Lager
  • Toniray Wine
  • Spice Runner Hard Cider
  • Imperial Guard Wine

See the full menu

 

Build Your Own Lightsaber at Savi’s Workshop

📷: WPTV

In 2017, Disney filed a patent application for a “Sword Device with Retractable, Internally Illuminated Blade (US10065127B1).” Media personnel assumed that the invention would be commercialized for Savi’s Workshop inside Galaxy’s edge. Disneyland has since shared the pricing for the custom lightsabers on their website, listing them at $199.99 each plus tax.

If you’re planning on heading to the $1 billion attraction this summer to brave the long lines and costly shops may the force be with you!

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