Hello, and welcome to Dateline Disney World. This week, we’re taking a look at what’s happening at Disney Hollywood Studios. We have close to 50 photos from the park, so let’s dive right in!
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Welcome to Disney Hollywood Studios!
Some work is being done to remove the turnstiles at the front of the park.
Citizens of Hollywood making their way down Hollywood Blvd!
Wait times from around 4pm.
There is no stage in front of the Hat, which while it isn’t the nicest option, is better than two objects obstructing the Chinese Theater.
The Osborne Lights are in the middle of being installed for the holiday season. Here are lots of photos of holiday lights that aren’t lit.
They look pretty ugly during the day, but they sure do please crowds in the evening.
The Honey I Shrunk the Kids area is closed for refurbishment.
Planes is coming out on Blu-Ray soon.
Disney has been preparing this ‘Hot Set’ for quite some time now…
Anyone remember when Luxo used to come out and do a show here? Sad to not see it anymore.
90 minute standby wait for Midway Mania.
It’s hard to tell here, but Mr. Spell is still working. It’s quite enjoyable when he does.
More advertisements in the park.
Disney Junior stroller island.
Haunted Mansion merchandise at the front of the Art of Disney store.
Don’t worry, you can bring home your memory of Radiator Springs Racers! Oops.
The awesome Tiki Room merchandise is still awesome. I’m hoping it goes on sale soon so I can pick some of it up!
This painting that was front and center featured nothing but Disneyland. Shouldn’t we be featuring WDW things at the WDW parks?
This place is a little small, but could it be the next in-park Starbucks?
Halloween themed snacks in Sweet Spells.
I’ve never seen this Jack Skellington Mickey before.
I love the classic cars on Sunset Blvd.
And a parting shot of the Tower of Terror to end this week’s article.
That wraps things up for this week. What do you all think of what’s happening at DHS? Ready for the Osborne Lights already? Let us know in the comments!!
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