Welcome to the second part of our newest Disney's Hollywood Studios photo-report! PART 1 of this extensive update can be found by clicking on this link.
In the first part, we walked around Hollywood Boulevard and then we moved on to the Center Stage area, Echo Lake, and the Muppets Courtyard area. Now we will continue to explore the park by taking a closer look around Muppet*Vision 3D, then we will head to entrance of the former Streets of America area.
The facades representing New York City are expected to come down in the next several months:
Other signs on the walls try to give Guests a feeling of hope...
...as well as uncertainty:
The current status of the former Pizza Planet restaurant:
A peek above the walls:
The majority of the Toy Story props have been removed:
The rest of the area feels even quieter now that it has become a dead end:
Guests can find even more walls by the exit of Muppet*Vision 3D:
Some have said that these posters on the walls were once also present at Disney California Adventure:
As you can see, the former Premiere Theater and the San Francisco backdrop are completely gone:
The updated park map of Disney's Hollywood Studios:
Let's take a closer look at the map itself:
Notice that a small portion of the Streets of America was left on the map:
The green box to the right is the new flex theater by Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith:
The beautiful Center Stage area now features some planters:
Heading back to other areas of the park:
Construction also continues on the new character greeting location for Mickey and Minnie:
A barrier is being built to hide backstage equipment seen nearby:
Guests can still get a glimpse of the Streets of America area:
The Writer's Stop is still open for business: