Welcome to the third and final part of our latest Hollywood Studios photo-report. Be sure to also check out PART 2 of this update, which can be found here.
Previously, we concluded our tour of Sunset Boulevard and we moved on to Animation Courtyard. We will now continue to check out the remaining areas of the park, including Pixar Place, the Streets of America, and Echo Lake (where the new Jedi Training stage is currently being built). Enjoy the photos.

Lights, Motors, Action! was at capacity:

A nice reference to Lady and the Tramp in the Streets of America:

The Premiere Theater is still sitting unused:

The Muppets area:

An incredibly small section of the concrete was receiving some attention:

Rumors say that Pizza Planet will soon close for an extensive refurbishment that will include a complete retheming of the venue and a new menu. That "pizza" (if we can call it like that) will NOT be missed...

New banners advertising the new Star Tours sequence have been installed next to the ride's marquee:

Work continues on the new stage of Jedi Training - Trials of the Temple:

Permanent railings have been installed on the roof of the ABC Sound Studio and the Hyperion Theater:

Echo Lake is especially nice to visit during the evening hours:

It's time to leave the park:

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3 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

TSM - 3rd track... any news? Soon, later, any idea?

What is the temp stage for. I had read that it was for the cast awards event, but that was a couple weeks ago.

Anonymous said...

The Premiere Theater will be used this holiday season for the Comedy Warehouse Holiday Special from Dec. 18 through January 3rd.

Also, the Toy Story FastPass+ has gotten out of control. I just returned from California where the ride's line was never past an hour. Why? No FastPass at all.

Anonymous said...

The lack of Fastpass and the fact that there are actually more than 2 other rides in that park...

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