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Hollywood Studios Update: The Slow Season is Back (PART 1)


There is nothing better than walking around a theme park and being able to hop on any ride or attraction with little to no wait. That's one of the best perks that Guests can enjoy of they visit right after a major holiday, and the time to enjoy such perk is here.
Yesterday afternoon we had the opportunity to go back to Disney's Hollywood Studios to take a look around the park and see what's new and what has changed around the park. Let's begin by walking down the beautiful Hollywood Boulevard, shall we?


NOTE: Starting from this update, the photos featured in all our articles and photo-reports will be slightly larger.

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The Darkroom and the Cover Story shops are currently closed for an extended refurbishment:

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The monitors of Cover Story were having some technical difficulties:

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Donald Duck is meeting next to Sid Cahuenga's:

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By the way, Photopass can be found inside Sid Cahuenga's One of A Kind:

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Moving on:

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The Center Stage area:

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We watched Star Wars: A Galaxy Far, Far Away to see the new characters from Rogue One:

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Disney's Hollywood Studios will shine in the next five years:

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Entering Animation Courtyard:

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New props have been added to Star Wars Launch Bay's existing offerings. Let's check them out:

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The former Disney Infinity area is currently closed:

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There are still some empty spaces around the attraction:

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These props from Rogue One have already been on display for months:

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Newer props can be seen closer to the gift shop:

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D-Tech On Demand products can be found in the Launch Bay Cargo shop:

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Let's continue our tour of the park:

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The Moana character greeting location is still available inside Walt Disney - One Man's Dream:

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A look inside:

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The holding area for the meet & greet is certainly impressive:

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The loading station of the new Slinky Dog coaster can be seen next to the Toy Story Mania building:

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Comments

  1. Well done on the enlargement of the photos. Much better.
    Also, in my humble opinion, the composition and quality of your photos is much improved. That's not to say that they weren't good before. Just that they're better than ever.
    These efforts should not go unnoticed.
    Just saying................

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