PHOTO REPORT: Disney’s Hollywood Studios 10/19/2019 (Morning Crowds, New Mr. Toad MagicBand, Toy Story Hats, Hidden Park Gems, and More!)
Welcome to Hollywood! There’s lots of things to see in Hollywood!
We’re at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, so take your places! Lights, Camera, Action!
We started our day bright and early, with what seemed like everyone at Walt Disney World. You now never know how many people are really at rope drop at other parks like the Magic Kingdom, because they actually let you into the park. Although, with Extra Magic Hours at Disney’s Hollywood Studios from 6am until 9am, rope drop just turns into a regular park opening with everyone waiting at the entrance.
Hey, howdy, hey! We found a new Toy Story Land cap at Mickey’s of Hollywood!
We got a little distracted by the Citizens of Hollywood doing the “Hollywood Morning Radio Show”. What a hoot!
Heading into Beverly Sunset, we found that great looking Toy Story Land cap again. Here’s the old cap, which is also available. Which do you prefer?
Yee-haw, we struck gold! There’s a new Toy Story Land Tee available now too! Found out more about both Toy Stroy Land cap and tee here!
All the way in a galaxy far, far away, we stopped at Ronto Roasters and had a delicious Ronto Wrap. Every stop at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge deserves a ronto break, in our opinion. If you haven’t tried what Ronto Roasters has to offer, check out our full review here!
We couldn’t help but notice the length of the line for Smugglers Run! It was at a 120 min wait, but seemed much longer with the line wrapping into the land.
Black Spire Outpost is beautiful, crowded or not.
Something that we love about Disney is the hidden and not-so-hidden nods to movies, characters, or past attractions around the park. Before we head out for the day, we wanted to share one with you. Under the Chinese Theatre, much like the actual theater in Hollywood California, beloved stars and characters have left their mark.
One of our favorites is Roger Rabbit! Hunt it down next time you’re in the park.
There are more nods to this beloved, but forgotten character in the park, and we’ll share another one next time we’re in town. Until then, that’s a wrap! And… cut!