PHOTO REPORT: Hollywood Studios 12/1/18 (Mystery Structure, Galaxy’s Edge, Skyliner, Mary Poppins, ETC.)

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Continuing the photo updates for the week from around the resort, we head to Hollywood Studios to take a look at Star Wars construction, Skyliner station construction, new merchandise, and more. Let’s begin!

We start in Toy Story Land with a look at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge construction. Work on the rocks is becoming more clear, buildings are taking shape, and the spaceship has some detailing.





For reference, here is a picture of what that area is projected to look like from the model inside One Man’s Dream.

Near Tatooine Traders, a new gazebo-like structure has gone up. This is potentially a new meet and greet space for Grand Avenue, taking characters out of the sun. Just our theory though.


The Hollywood Studios Skyliner station now has cables connecting the station to the rest of the main line, and the station is coming along well. Some new red-orange colored paint has appeared as well as some progress on structural work. There are also now palm trees surrounding the station.

The Anaheim Produce stand on Sunset Boulevard now offers hot cocoa for the holidays.


There are some neat new holiday-themed iPhone cases featuring Darth Vader and R2-D2. Both cases are $29.99 and can be found at Celebrity 5 & 10.


A cute new Alex and Ani rose gold Mickey ear bracelet was released at Keystone Clothiers. It is $44.95.

Inside Stage 1 company store, there is a new display featuring merchandise for Mary Poppins Returns as the movie’s theater release draws near.

This Mary Poppins Barbie Signature Collection doll is $39.99.

Above is the Mary Poppins note card set from the Walt Disney Archives Collection, packaged to remind us that the story came from a book.

A Mary Poppins Returns shirt is $34.99.

This Mary Poppins handbag is $44.99.

That wraps things up for Hollywood Studios this week! Which Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge ride are you most excited to ride?

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danlb_2000
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danlb_2000

I wonder if the mystery structure is a new Joffrey’s kiosk. It’s about the right size and shape and the opening in the wall are consistent with a kiosk.

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Tom Corless

There was no counter, it’s open on the inside.