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Yes, that's the Death Star looming over Disney World. Here's how they made it happen.


Yes, that's the Death Star looming over Disney World. Here's how they made it happen.

WATCH  | The Death Star is real -- in fact, it's looming over Disney World. The Empire's ultimate weapon is now being projected with 3D mapping onto Epcot's Spaceship One. All of this is in honor of the new Star Wars movie, "Rogue One," that's coming out next week. 

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The makeover came complete with a planet-destroying laser emanating from the spherical space station. 

It took Disney buying the Star Wars franchise to make the crossover finally happen.

Fans were freaking out that they got to witness the historic moment in person.

And the official countdowns has begun. 

This photo provided by Plox shows the "Star Wars" Death Star levitating bluetooth speaker. It’s a little tricky to set up, but once you get the Death Star positioned correctly over its base, it floats in the air thanks to well-placed magnets and a little help from “The Force.” The Death Star rotates with a tap. The sound quality is pretty good, and the rechargeable battery will give you five hours of sound. (Courtesy of Plox via AP)

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This image released by Disney shows Benedict Cumberbatch in a scene from Marvel's "Doctor Strange." (Jay Maidment/Disney/Marvel via AP)

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