Updated guidemaps for Disney’s Hollywood Studios are now in circulation at the Walt Disney World Resort. The cover features once again The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and has dropped its "Frozen" overlay (as well as most of the entertainment offerings that were part of that event, like the amazing fireworks show, ice skating, the dance party, and more). Surprisingly, the now-closed Studio Backlot Tour is still included in the map, including its description.

Islands of Adventure continues to be one of the best-looking theme parks ever created, and the new additions planned for the future should continue to consolidate the park's current position. One of the future projects is, of course, the new King Kong land (still unannounced at this point in time). Work on that particular area seems to be proceeding at a slow speed, which is unusual given the quick timelines of Universal's past projects. Join us as we take a look around:

Welcome to PART 2 of our newest Islands of Adventure photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers. PART 1 can be found by clicking here.
In the previous part of this update, we took a look at the beautiful Port of Entry, MARVEL Superhero Island, Toon Lagoon, and more. Now, let us focus on the construction area that will soon become a new King Kong-themed section of the park. Afterward we will check out the rest of the park. Enjoy:

As it was announced a few weeks ago, new entertainment offerings will soon be introduced around World Showcase at Epcot. While the official names and debut dates have not been officially announced for most of these new additions, it was recently confirmed that the "Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Show" will have its first show on October 5, 2014 in the Canada pavilion. The official Facebook page of this traveling show recently posted the news, but was removed a few hours later.

If you are currently visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, be advised that Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, and Disney’s Miniature Golf Courses are all temporarily closed due to inclement weather in the area. The miniature golf courses will reopen  later this evening (when it will be safe to do so). As always, make sure to check back here on Orlando Theme Park News for any additional updates.

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