PHOTO REPORT: Hollywood Studios 4/20/19 (New Window Displays, Merchandise, Stickers, ETC.)

Chinese theater hand prints
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With so much happening around Hollywood Studios, we felt it was time to check in for another photo report. The sun was shining, the crowds were at Epcot, and I was ready for a great day wandering the park. My first stop was to check in on the Chinese Theatre.

Chinese theater hand prints

Ropes and stanchions are up blocking guests from being able to get to the celebrity handprint area. We recently told you about the handprints being replaced, so we will be watching for more changes in this area.

Chinese theater window display

Chinese theater window display

Chinese theater window display

The curtains have been re-opened. The displays have been altered, but still pay tribute to Mary Poppins and The Jungle Book.

Chinese theater window display

Chinese theater window display

Chinese theater window display

Chinese theater window display

Some window spaces have been left empty for now.

Chinese theater window display

The rope and stanchions block guests from having access to the front of the Chinese Theatre. Hopefully this is only so they can continue to work on restoring the handprints.

Chinese theater hand print

The DVC kiosk was giving out new stickers for the Riviera Resort. They show Mickey and Minnie holding hands, and Belle and Beast riding in a new Skyliner Gondola.

Riviera resort stickers

New merchandise was spotted in Celebrity 5 & 10. These three “it’s a small world” coin purses are available for $19.99 each.

It’s a small world coin purses

A new Alice in Wonderland booster pin set was spotted in The Dark Room for $24.99.

Pin set

I’m really hooked on shaking the glitter in these Mickey and Minnie picture frames. They’re available from Once Upon A Time on Sunset Boulevard for $16.99 each.

Glitter frames

Minnie frame

This colorful, tiered drink display might be calling my name.

Well, that’s it for this trip to Hollywood Studios. It may be calm and peaceful now, but we except that will be over very soon. Stay tuned to for more updates from around the parks!

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I, too, am visiting Hollywood Studios today. After an exclusive bus ride over — granted i left a bit late — I had lunch in the ABC Commissary where nearly half of the tables were empty. A walk through Toy Story Land revealed an hour wait on Slinky Dog Dash and less than two hours wait for Midway Mania. After walking onto Voyage of the Little Mermaid, I noticed that Tower of Terror had only a 75 minute wait. I am thoroughly enjoying the lighter-than-expected DHS crowds and the wonderful weather. Happy Easter!