Newswire: Disney to ruin the Millennium Falcon by letting kids climb all over it

When it was announced in October of 2012 that Disney had purchased Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion, the geek community gasped. What would become of Star Wars? Was the reputation of one of the most storied franchises in American cinema going to be tarnished? Would Disney take these dark, adult-oriented dramas and start watering them down for the kiddies?

The first shot was fired with Star Wars: Rebels, basically a Saturday morning cartoon aimed at youngsters who didn’t even see Return Of The Jedi in theaters during its original run. Now, a week after the premiere of the new Force Awakens trailer—which barely even looks like it will get a hard “R” rating, by the way—Disney Cruise Lines has announced, in conjunction with the Corellian Engineering Corporation, that the play area of its cruise ship the Disney Dream will be modified to resemble the interior of the …

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