The Lone Ranger Movie Preview Now Being Offered at Hollywood Studios

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Starting this week at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the former ABC Sound Studio that was home to Sounds Dangerous was converted into a theater featuring a preview of Disney’s upcoming film, The Lone Ranger.



The preview opens at 10am daily and is open to all guests



Just for attending, guests get a free Lone Ranger button


 The theater has added a larger screen and an HD projector for the preview

The preview is 12 minutes long and is exclusive to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Star of the film Armie Hammer even recorded an introduction where he mentions that the clip being shown is only for the park.

The preview is a nice addition to the park and reminds me of the movie previews the park used to show frequently in its early days. It is also using space that is usually closed and adding a 12 minute air-conditioned attraction during the summer months, so that’s a plus. I would love to see these types of previews become a regular occurrence at the Studios, it fells like a perfect fit for a park about movies.

What do you think?

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Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
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  • I would love to see the previews become a regular thing at Hollywood Studios too! I really wish they would have done that for Oz when I was there.

  • I TOTALLY agree. What a fantastic, super-cheap way to (a) advertise movies, (b) pull some people out of the lines, (c) activate an otherwise dead space and (d) give people another thing to do (in AC) that they legitimately enjoy and that they can't actually get anywhere else. Fits the theme flawlessly (of course you would see Disney movie previews in a Disney park themed to movies) and the "re-rideability" is endless with new movies continuously coming out. While this shouldn't replace attractions, they would be smart to include something like this in the future of the park for years to come. Not everyone will do it, but that's true of everything.

  • I love the idea. It would of been nice for the rainy spurts in the day when I was there last August..

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