PHOTOS: More Steel Structures Appear in the Future Site of Star Wars Land

The highly-anticipated Star Wars Land continues to take shape at Disney's Hollywood Studios, and while the majority of the work is currently hidden behind walls, some interesting details can be noticed from specific areas of the park (the include Pixar Place, Grand Avenue, and Grand Park, all of which are adjacent to the large construction area). Let's see what we were able to notice this time.

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A large number of trees was recently planted on the berm separating Pixar Place from the new land:

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More steel is now visible before entering Grand Avenue:

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It's interesting to note that the highest structure in the new land looks like Big Thunder Mountain:

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This is the future entrance of Galaxy's Edge:

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Guests can take a photo in front of a poster showing one of the renderings of the new land:

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More trees have also been planted in the Grand Avenue area to hide the new land:

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The "Battle Escape" building is visible from Grand Park:

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A new backstage gate was recently built by the exit of Muppet*Vision 3D:

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

Comments

  1. This is no coincidence. At Disneyland, the new land of Star Wars will be visible from the lifts of the Big Thunder, so I think the mountains are being designed to blend in with it.

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  2. Wow, that berm is really out of place. And I wasn't expecting the entrance to Star Wars to be so...boring. It doesn't fit the theme of Grand Avenue at all. It's just...a wall...

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  3. The entrance is designed to look like road tunnels around Los Angeles, where Grand Avenue is located. Similar to the tunnel to Toontown on the film, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit".

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