Hosts Elisa Rodriguez and Quinn Roseboom bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode of The Attractions Show:
Warner Bros. is planning to build an aerial tramway to transport visitors to its Burbank lot to the famous Hollywood sign.
Comparing demolition of DHS backlot in Aug 2016 with Star Wars Galaxy's Edge site today. pic.twitter.com/D5r9pewaHo
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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is on its way to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, with an opening date sometime in 2019. This photo report, with shots provided by our contributor, @bioreconstruct on Twitter, checks out the current construction progress as we head into the summer months. [Read more…]
Aerial view of Toy Story Land. (Slinky Dog can be seen playing on the track.) pic.twitter.com/RT4rGowurB
— bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) May 19, 2018
With less than two months until the grand opening, Toy Story Land’s construction is nearing completion at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This photo report, with shots provided by our contributor, @bioreconstruct on Twitter, checks out the finishing progress on this upcoming land.
At 5 O’Clock on March 30, Universal Hollywood CityWalk celebrated the official opening of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville restaurant with live concert performance by singer, songwriter and best-selling author, Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band. [Read more…]
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is getting scarier when the “IT” Neibolt House makes its way to the “Horror Made Here” section of the tour for six nights only. [Read more…]