Welcome to the second part of our newest Disney's Hollywood Studios photo-report. Be sure to also check out PART 1 if you haven't already done so.
In the previous part, we took a look around the beautiful Hollywood Boulevard, the Center Stage (hub) area, as well as a section of Sunset Boulevard. Let's now continue to take a look around the area; after that, we will move on to Animation Courtyard, which includes the new Star Wars Launch Bay.

The new Sunset Showcase theater:

Heading to Animation Courtyard:

A new sign was installed below the marquee of Voyage of the Little Mermaid:

By the way, this was the line to get into the Stand-by queue: of Voyage of the Little Mermaid:

A light pole is currently missing in this area:

As previously reported, a new sign has been installed above the entrance of the Star Wars Launch Bay:

It looks nice:

As you can see, it looks like this new addition will have a sponsor:

A look at the rest of the building:

The nearby restrooms received a new sign. They reopened last night:

The Good Dinosaur sneak peek is very good. We encourage you to stop by to see it:

The line to enter into the FastPass+ queue of Toy Story Mania started near One Man's Dream:

We posted a time-lapse video on our Twitter page showing just how long it was:

Of course, the stand-by line had a 170-minute wait time due to enormous amount of FastPass+ Guests:

The third Toy Story Mania track should help a bit:

Watto's Grotto is heavily advertised throughout the area near the Streets of America:

It still doesn't get as much foot traffic as we expected:

2 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

I think there would be more traffic to Wattos Grotto if the signs said "STAR WARS MERCHANDISE"
It's a bit of an odd store, , one could argue the Star Tours shop has more relevant, certainly more popular stuff. Aside from some sort of sleek skinny people 'future -y' clothing, there's a lot of wasted ........... Um, space.

Is this launch bay a temp thing to the new Star Wars area opens?

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