The website StitchKingdom.com noticed several new domain registrations by Lucasfilm and parent company Disney which might provide hints at future theme park plans and other uses of the Star Wars intellectual property.
Lucasfilm registered over a dozen web addresses relating to the phrase "Attack Squadrons." None of the URLs -- ranging from attacksquadron.org to starwarssquadrons.org -- are active. It's worth noting that the last two times Lucasfilm registered interesting websites, we learned about a game and a TV show.
Disney's registrations surround the phrase "Disney Side," with the company registering mydisneyside.net, showmydisneyside.com, and other URLs. Those are currently inactive, although disneyside.com is active as a redirect to the Disney Parks site.
StitchKingdom speculates that "Disney Side could be related to a Disney Parks campaign for 2014." They also wonder if the term could be part of a Star Wars theme park campaign. Are we looking at a new permutation of the Force: First the light side and the dark side, and now the Disney Side?
Thanks to Teresa Delgado for bringing the story to our attention.
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