Disney is pulling the plug on pretend warfare by banning all toy guns -- including 'Star Wars' blasters -- from their parks.
Mouse honchos weren't specific on why they upped security measures for Disneyland and Disney World -- but it could be a preemptive response as 'The Force Awakens' is set to premiere.
Other security additions include metal detectors at park entrances, and a ban on adults wearing costumes or masks.
It's a bold move for Disney -- possibly losing tons of cash in merchandise on shelved blasters, and other toy weapons.
SeaWorld also announced heightened security measures -- for anybody still going there.