As many already know, two of the remaining attractions that provide a behind-the-scenes look at how movies are made recently closed at Universal Studios.
Temporary walls now surround Twister (formerly located in the New York City themed backlot of the park) as the attraction morphs into a completely new experience hosted by Jimmy Fallon. Nearby, Disaster also closed some months ago to make way for a new Fast & Furious-themed adventure.


Let's now take a look around the park to check on the progress that has been done since our last visit:


As mentioned at the beginning of this post, walls were installed around Twister the day after it closed:







The Twister logo was promptly removed, even though some props are still visible:








Walking around the rest of New York City:



Over in San Francisco, colorful drawings adorn the otherwise plain walls surrounding Disaster:









Just outside the park, work continues on the former NBA City Restaurant:







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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

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