Welcome to the second part of this new Disney's Hollywood Studios photo-report. As usual, we recommend you check out PART 1 of this update before proceeding.
In the previous part, we checked out the first half of the park, including the entrance, Hollywood Boulevard, the center Stage, Sunset Boulevard (VERY briefly), Animation Courtyard, and Pixar Place. At this time, we will focus on the future Toy Story and Star Wars lands, as well as the existing Muppets Courtyard and Echo Lake. Enjoy the tour!


Plenty of dirt can be seen behind the walls hiding the park's future new lands:

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The former Streets of America:

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As you can clearly see, the New York facade is being expanded:

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It appears that a new facade will soon also cover this (ugly) soundstage-themed building:

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Muppets Courtyard:

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The Muppets fountain is still a planter:

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Let's take a look at the future Star Wars land from other angles:

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Echo Lake:

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It's time to leave the park:

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

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6 Comment(s):

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Let the Phineas and Ferb meet become a SVTFOE one!

Is Toy Story Mania's 15 min wait time due to only the new third line or a combo of the third line and low attendance? I thought I read that (currently) attendance is coming up.

CaptJapan said...

So a city facade will divide Star Wars from the park? That's actually pretty clever, makes me less worried about them removing Muppets. Kinda hoping for a similar setup as they did with Honey I Shrunk the Kids. A faux movie theater playing Star Wars you have to walk through to get to Star Wars Land.

Anonymous said...

Early May is a historically low crowd time, but the extra track has helped wait times significantly too.

Anonymous said...

Was there last week and crowds were pretty high. I think that day it was just park opening so it looks less crowded. If you look at Fastpass return on Toy Story it was for 9:13am.

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