BREAKING: “Sunset Seasons Greetings” to Debut This Holiday Season at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

This holiday season, Disney’s Hollywood Studios will welcome “Sunset Seasons Greetings”, a projection experience on Sunset Boulevard.

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From November 9th through December 31st, 2017, guests can enjoy Sunset Boulevard as it is transformed into an unforgettable sight in the evenings. The billboards lining the tops of buildings on the boulevard will move and tell their own stories about the season with some memorable Disney characters, and even the Hollywood Tower Hotel (Twilight Zone Tower of Terror) will transform to tell the stories.

The Disney character moments will include:

  • The “Toy Story” characters making guesses at which new toys are coming to join them this Christmas as the scene becomes enveloped in wrapping paper
  • The Swedish Chef from The Muppets babbles as he does while turning the street into giant gingerbread houses
  • Mickey and Minnie looking back at a hometown Christmas as the scene turns into a beautiful Norman Rockwell-style town, starting in black and white before slowly developing color
  • Olaf dreaming of his holiday wish as the scene turns into a Frozen snowscape, with a beautiful Aurora Borealis and projected snowfall

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13 thoughts on “BREAKING: “Sunset Seasons Greetings” to Debut This Holiday Season at Disney’s Hollywood Studios”

  1. I’m sure this will be a lot of fun and great quality (as they all are), but it seems that all the new nighttime shows are based on projections… a little overboard for my liking. Change it up! Also, lets hope that the Mickey and Minnie parts are the old cartoons and not the new creepy ones.

  2. Anyone have insight as to what is going into the old “live outdoor theater/Beauty & the Beast” space, across from the Carthay Circle, and before the entrance to Tower of Terror? The intro photo to this section shows it fully demolished and temporary partitions in place…

    Also, are scaffolds surrounding Tower of Terror simply for repair/refurbishment of existing ride, or is this one going all “current movie flavor of the biennial” like in CA?

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