Greetings from a not very crowded Epcot! Perhaps that’s still fallout from Dorian. Whatever the case, we’re back with another construction update on the Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind ride.
Earlier this week, we saw the first look at the ride vehicles. Today, we get a better look inside the future queue area.
On the left, you can see the queue platform and workers flattening the ground underneath. That could mean they are ready to pour concrete in that area.
More roofing has been completed. Previously, it was only about 1/4 done. The solar panels should be making a return, according to the concept art.
We also see the scrims and scaffolding on the left-facing side have been removed.
Painters are moving quickly on the exterior color theming. Looks like they are continuing the same colors through the rest of the side features.
As previously reported, the original concept artwork shows the building as a drab gray. The current blue, red, and brown colors that are being added above are closer to Peter Quill’s original ship called the Milano, seen below. It’s a very popular color choice in the Guardian’s Universe. Even the later ship, the Benatar, had a similar color scheme.
At the rear of the building, we see the additional storage space being worked on. The area inside that structure is lower than the surrounding ground.
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