Disney has announced its plans to build a Star Wars hotel in its resorts in the United States.
Plans and pictures of the hotel and area for the series - called Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge - have been unveiled following a flood of investment into the company.
One will be based in the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando in Florida - which draws an average 19 million people annually - and the other in the park located in Anaheim, California.
The experience of staying in the residence is planned to be totally immersive - guests will be able to wear costumes and interact with Star Wars droids - which will actually be real robots.
The hotel will be designed in the style of a starship, with portholes offering glimpses of outer space, so fans will feel they are actually stepping into a galaxy far, far away.
Some have even suggested the plans will create the sort of hyper-real theme park seen in the series Westworld, where Wild West fans are given the chance to step into a frontier town and battle robot cowboys.
Both hotels are set to open in 2019.