PHOTO: New Logo Unveiled for Disney’s Hollywood Studios During 30th Anniversary Ceremony

Disney released a new Hollywood Studios logo today during the Disney’s Hollywood Studios 30th Anniversary Celebration. The new logo has BB-8, Mickey and Woody inside the “Hollywood”, representing the past, present, and future of Hollywood Studios.

The logo will be placed on the Animation Courtyard arch soon.

How do you feel about the logo? Sound off in the comments!

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Scott
Scott
1 year ago

Really? This is the best they could come up with? Can we get any more literal?

Ed G
Ed G
1 year ago

I feel like this “new” logo lacks creativity and is a dumbed down version of Disney simply selling the three major selling points of their park when it’s complete.

mark nowak
mark nowak
1 year ago

DUH, its not in Hollywood, but considering all the other suggestions, this one stands out. However the text is to plain.

Mike
Mike
1 year ago

Looks great! Love the updated logo! Very cool idea to make use of the O’s like that, for the characters to hang out in. Provides opportunities to change around who’s in the O’s as well, for more merchandise/posters.

Andrea
Andrea
1 year ago

That is SO incredibly boring. If you match it up to the other parks logos it just is sad.

Andrew
Andrew
1 year ago

So this is confirms that the park’s name will not be changing?

Keith
Keith
1 year ago

Very mixed feelings tbh. I quite like the clean modern look, not crazy about the character choice.

Fred
Fred
1 year ago

Well, it’s…. definitely the word HOLLYWOOD written in Futura Bold. And some characters stuck in there.
Not the most creative or imaginative logo, or a “logo” at all, really.

Eddie
Eddie
1 year ago

Pretty typical of today’s Disney all around — lacking any creativity and totally bland, used as an opportunity to sell its own characters. Thumbs way, way down.

Emma S
Emma S
1 year ago

I don’t really see how this represents the past….but I guess there isn’t really any of the original MGM studios left to represent! 😂

Jamie
Jamie
1 year ago

Was really excited to see the logo, and was extremely disappointed when it was so plain.

Kirsten
Kirsten
1 year ago

Yuck! It is boring. Bring back the art deco style!

Doug
Doug
1 year ago

It looks bland compared to the current logo.

Juliana
Juliana
1 year ago

You are showing two different logos (the Mickeys are different”. Which one is it?

Tom Corless
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Juliana

We didn’t make the logos, that’s what Disney provided, so I guess both?

Jon
Jon
1 year ago

Don’t like it! Way to go Iger your ending up like Eisner.

Rae
Rae
1 year ago

This isn’t scalable at all. There was definitely a higher up demanding more characters, because no designer would think this was a good idea. It feels like something a foreign licensing company would create for a dollar store coloring book.

Kristy
Kristy
1 year ago

hate it

Denny
Denny
1 year ago

Don’t like it! Boring.

Denny
Denny
1 year ago

Boring. No like.

Aaron Gross
Aaron Gross
1 year ago

A pretty good evolution. I do like how each “O” highlights a different style of animation. traditional 2D animation, 3D animation, and CGI with live action.