Disney's Hollywood Studios Generic Cast Member Costume Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular

PHOTOS: New Generic Cast Costumes Replace Themed Outfits at MuppetVision 3D, Walt Disney Presents, Jedi Training and More Hollywood Studios Attractions

With the official opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge just weeks away, the transformation of Disney’s Hollywood Studios continues with the cast member costumes.

The themed costumes that cast members wore at certain attractions have been replaced with more generic outfits. These outfits debuted earlier this month at the park’s main entrance. We’ve seen this outfit so far at a number of attractions around the park.

Here’s what it looks like at Mickey and Minnie Starring in Red Carpet Dreams…

And here it is at Voyage of The Little Mermaid.

You can also find cast members wearing them at Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular…

…at Disney Junior Dance Party…

…and at For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration.

You can even find them on general crowd control cast members.

The list of places you can see these costumes also includes MuppetVision 3D, Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple, Walt Disney Presents, Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage, Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy, and Fantasmic.

Here’s what the previous costumes looked like at Disney Junior Dance Party and MuppetVision 3D.

Now, because we like to give our readers as much information as we can, you may have noticed some of these cast members wearing hats.

We’ve learned that these hats are optional for cast members to wear with their costume, and come in both gray and white. So now you know that if a cast member is wearing a hat… it’s because they felt like wearing a hat that day.

Keep reading WDWNT for all updates on the ongoing changes at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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LWhit
LWhit
9 months ago

WHAT??? No no no no no. This is toooo far

LWhit
LWhit
9 months ago
Reply to  LWhit

I hope the costumes don’t spread

Austin Ray
Austin Ray
9 months ago
Reply to  LWhit

It’s just a CM uniform. If a CM uniform impacts on your visit that much you might need to reassess some things in your life.

Steve
Steve
7 months ago
Reply to  Austin Ray

I believe those costumes are just representative of a themed area. They don’t carry the immersive experiences seen in Galaxy’s Edge, the upcoming Runaway Railway, Tower of Terror, and even Toy Story sections. I am okay with the choices.

A J
A J
9 months ago

They look like dentists..

SweetCaroline74
SweetCaroline74
9 months ago
Reply to  A J

Lol!!!

MS NATASHA WAGNER
MS NATASHA WAGNER
9 months ago

The magic is starting to fade.

Mike M.
Mike M.
9 months ago

Oh boy is Disney going in a wrong direction. Why not just change the name now to Six Flags over Orlando.

Catherine Cole
Catherine Cole
9 months ago

Way to diminish the magic.

Linda
Linda
9 months ago

Another cost saving decision by the Disney Company which takes away from the on-stage show IMO. It’s like the Disney DVC resort makeovers that feel very generic. :(

LurkingCM
LurkingCM
9 months ago
Reply to  Linda

In Disney’s defense, these costumes are SOOO much more comfortable to wear, and include options which make it better for lots of us.

Tom Corless
Admin
9 months ago
Reply to  LurkingCM

They could certainly have made a comfortable variety of costumes

Athena
Athena
9 months ago

Tattoos and facial hair are next!!

Maria
Maria
9 months ago
Reply to  Athena

Cast members have never been allowed to have tattoos showing. But I agree, changing all the attraction costumes to the same generic costumes throughout really stinks on Disney’s part. Cast members with the Disney College Program have to turn in their costumes when their semester is over, they recycle the costumes so I don’t see how this has anything to do with cost effective. Seems more about Disney being Gender Neutral, which really sucks since the different attraction costumes in each park definitely enhanced the magic!

DAHVEED
DAHVEED
9 months ago
Reply to  Athena

Does anyone want to tell her? No? Ok… I will…
They already allow facial hair.

Parker
Parker
9 months ago

That was how it was for the first 20 years… the teal”ish” green costume worn at the main entrance was used for stage show & parade audience control. Then “One Disney” happened and all of the main entrances had a single costume and all audience control had a costume (DL & WDW). Although this costume looks a bit more detailed than the original ones and can be left untucked. I’m happy to see DHS getting their own costumes back!

Hilly
Hilly
9 months ago

Come on Disney! Taking some of the fun out of the cast costumes. SMH

Derek
Derek
9 months ago

This is a TERRIBLE idea. PC police are at it again and again ruining things

Ellie
Ellie
9 months ago

With the exception of mermaid and Disney junior. All those attractions had the same costume back when I worked at DHS in 2007 and 2011-12.

Eddy
Eddy
9 months ago

I like the hats, but the costumes are tacky.

Chris Aaron
Chris Aaron
9 months ago

They are extremely ugly!!!

Darlene
Darlene
9 months ago

No Disney!! I really dislike this! Ugh!

DAHVEED
DAHVEED
9 months ago

Yet another park gets generic costumes to simply save money and make it easier. Charge more, cut corners everywhere. Welcome to Disney World

Laura
Laura
9 months ago

I just got back from my trip to WDW. I’m sure the poor cast members who were trapped in the very sudden downpour on one day of my trip at HS will be relived with this change since several utterly drenched cast members walked past me mortified as the white portions of their attire were transparent and the delightful family next to me loved pointing it out. I honestly don’t know why people are complaining. They look nice and flattering whilst being practical and offering cast members choice. What is there to dislike about that? The fact that people are… Read more »

kenneth
kenneth
9 months ago

i think this just means that these attractions might not last much longer

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