Welcome to the second part of our latest Disney's Hollywood Studios photo-report. As always, we invite you to check out PART 1 of this new update before proceeding.
In the previous part, we walked around the beautiful Hollywood Boulevard, the Center Stage area, Animation Courtyard, Pixar Place, as well as Commissary Lane. We will now move on to Muppets Courtyard, Echo Lake, and Sunset Boulevard. We hope you will enjoy the rest of this large photo-tour of Disney's Hollywood Studios!


Muppets Courtyard:

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PizzeRizzo continues to feature a terrible menu:

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Here you are a few more photos of the future Star Wars Land:

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Work also continues to take place in the area formerly occupied by the Phineas and Ferb meet & greet:

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The quietest corner of the park:

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Echo Lake:

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This area has basically been turned into a large seating area (with very few seats):

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Back to Sunset Boulevard:

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The Beauty and the Beast show is still great:

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Beast's costume recently got a makeover:

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Our next stop will be Rock 'N' Roller Coaster Staring Aerosmith:

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There's no better way to end a day than watching Fantasmic!:

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

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8 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

The terrible menu comment made me laugh out loud! As much detail and time it took to renovate/retheme the restaurant, I can agree that they did not spend any time with the menu. It's bland and boring.

Can I say that the Phineas and Ferb meet should had been a new M&G based on Star vs the Forces of Evil?, and also the stage used for the Star Wars stage show(to be honest)can go away, and officially end the shows, and the Rogue One billboards on the Little Mermaid soundstage should be taken down, and same for the Snow White BR one(its release is over a year old), and lastly when will Olaf leave Celebrity Spotlight?, for IDK characters from Disney XD's new DuckTales.

Anonymous said...

Where did they store the props from streets of America? are any of them for sale? Love to buy some of them...maybe American Pickers will get a chance one day...

Anonymous said...

I hope when this star wars land gets built that all star wars crap will be moved there... WDW needs to be Disney!

Anonymous said...

I think there are some iconic attractions that should be ringfenced. The Great Movie Ride is one of those.
Just saying............

Anonymous said...

I shake my head every time I see pictures of this park and think that people actually spend money to visit it. It's got a handful of rides and thousands of impatient guests trying to ride them all, scattered about the carved-out remnants of what was already a tiny and poorly-designed park (in fact, it wasn't even designed for people to walk around in most of it; it was supposed to be one long tram tour). Then, on top of that, what little is currently open to guests is slowly being turned into meet & greets (which don't appeal to anyone above the age of 5) and "previews", a.k.a. commercials, for Disney movies that have already come out and sometimes aren't even in theaters anymore. Also, I really wish they would get rid of all of the lame, gimmicky Star Wars stuff that litters what little remains of the park. It's worse than the slapped-together Frozen "summer celebration" that lasted for over a year. And while they're getting rid of things, they should also get rid of the god-awful Pizza Planet -er, Pizzerizzo- which has the food quality and atmosphere of a school cafeteria and the prices of a legitimate restaurant.

Elf72 said...
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The park currently is great if you are a Star Wars / Indianan Jones fan. There is plenty to spend an amazing day still (I call the park 'Harrison Ford' land right now :-) ). If you are not into these franchises then it is a little short on fun. Love the tower of terror and the rockn roll roller coaster but if I wasn't a season pass holder, I might not visit it frequently. I hope Star Wars land turn as amazing as I expect.

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