When the ‘One Man’s Dream’ attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios was transformed into ‘Walt Disney Presents,’ two of the marquis additions were supposed to be large-scale models of the new Toy Story Land and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Our friend Irma successfully delayed the unveiling of these two models a couple of days, but now comes word that the Toy Story Land model is up and it is spectacular!
Toy Story Land News and Construction Updates
On Friday, a small enhancement comes to Disney’s Hollywood Studios as the “One Man’s Dream” attraction is re-imagined as “Walt Disney Presents.” Find out more.
With everyone pumped up about next year’s opening of the new Toy Story Land and 2019’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (aka Star Wars Land), Disney added to the excitement yesterday with the announcement of a third new park area at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This fall, the area currently known as the Muppets Courtyard, along with part of the old Streets of America section, will be re-titled and re-imagined as “Grand Avenue” with the actual courtyard section being referred to as “Grand Park.”
Today’s Disney Parks presentation at the D23 Expo was hyped up to be a show-stopper and it can be safely said that Disney didn’t disappoint. Many of the recent rumors and theories about upcoming Disney World changes were confirmed along with a number of previously unreported surprises. Below is a complete rundown of what was announced today. There was a lot covered, so I tried to keep it organized by resort park.
The former Toy Story-themed Pizza Planet restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will be re-branded with a Muppets theme and called “PizzeRizzo.” Here’s what we know.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ Earffel Tower met an unceremonious demise as it was dismantled last night as part of the massive Toy Story Land construction project.
Disney shared some additional detail about one of their more mysterious and highly-anticipated upcoming attractions, Toy Story Land.
Today was the inevitable day when the last Lights, Motors, Action! stunt show took the stage at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Here is a nice fan video that captures the show’s farewell…
Here is a quick listing of the anticipated open dates (for new Disney attractions), reopen dates (for refurbished Disney rides) and close dates (for the dearly departed rides).