Welcome to the third (and final part) of our newest Disney's Hollywood Studios photo-report. Be sure to click on this link if you are looking for PART 2 of this update.
In the previous two parts, we walked around most of the themed areas of the park, including the entrance, Hollywood Boulevard, the central hub, Animation Courtyard, Pixar Place, and Muppet Courtyard. Let's now complete our tour of the park by visiting other areas, including the rest of Muppet Courtyard, Echo Lake, and Sunset Blvd.


Here you are a few more photos of PizzeRizzo:

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Let take a look at the new Star Wars Land from the balcony of PizzeRizzo:

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Let's explore Echo Lake:

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Star Tours:

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More photos of the area:

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The busts of famous movie icons are all gone:

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Sunset Boulevard awaits us:

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Sunset Showcase was not being used during our visit:

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We don't remember seeing the Pretzel Palooza cart in the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster courtyard:

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Shop 'n' Roll appears to be new, too (at least to us):

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Getting ready for Fantasmic!:

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Despite some "recent" enhancements, the show really needs some help:

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3 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Where have they put the busts of TV icons? Also, what have they done with all the great props/signs that were used in the streets of America? I would love to purchase some of those...

Anonymous said...

I realise that every available space needs to be used but I still think it's sad that the Chinese Theatre frontage of the Great Movie Ride, so long hidden by " The Hat ", is now covered by something else.
That iconic view of the Theatre is sorely missed .........by me at least.
Just Saying.............

Anonymous said...

The view of the Chinese Theatre isn't blocked anymore...The star wars stage is small and retractable so that it isn't a permanent eyesore....it was very cleverly designed to not obstruct it when the show is not going on.

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