PHOTO REPORT: Disney’s Hollywood Studios 11/21/19 (“Baby Yoda” and Rey Hiding in Galaxy’s Edge, New 2020 Ornament, Holiday Citizens of Hollywood, and More)
Hello from Hollywood… Hollywood Studios, that is! We decided to spend our day exploring the Hollywood that never was and always will be. Let’s see what we can find!
Chloe Canard and Evie Starlight were cruising about town this morning on their way to do some Christmas shopping.
Evie was showing off the holiday turkey she had cooked herself.
In Celebrity 5 & 10, we spotted new knit texting gloves in the winter accessories. The pair includes one glove that features a retro Walt Disney World logo and another that has the silhouette of Cinderella Castle.
They retail for $19.99.
We also discovered that t-shirts are no longer available at Celebrity 5 & 10. Where the t-shirts once were is now a wall filled with mugs. You can purchase them across the street at Mickey’s of Hollywood.
This cast member at The Trolley Car Cafe was looking extra jolly this morning. He had on an elf’s hat, his coffee sign was wrapped in tinsel, and he even was ringing jingle bells. He put a smile on our faces!
Outside of Mickey’s of Hollywood, we reported earlier that the cracked Skyliner display window had been repaired with clear glass. The red Skyliner frame has now returned, making it match the other windows.
New signage has appeared on the restrooms, currently under construction, across from BaseLine Tap House. The newly painted letters on the brick front read “Public Water Works.” A sign also appears to be covered on the corner of the building.
Another wall-mounted sign under the awning is covered as well.
If you’ve been watching The Mandalorian on Disney+ or if you’ve been on the Internet in the last week, you’ve probably heard of “Baby Yoda.” While not the creature’s official name (in the show, the creature is referred to as The Child), “Baby Yoda” is its meme-given name. “Baby Yoda” is now hiding at Galaxy’s Edge. To find out where to find him, click here.
We just want to squeeeeeeze him (or her!)
Further into Batuu at Ronto Roasters, we helped Rey stay hidden from the sights of the patrolling Storm Troopers.
Storm Troopers were demanding to know the location of the Rebel girl.
They continued to question bystanders about her whereabouts.
Luckily, the crowd worked to protect Rey. Even some of Batuu’s youngest visitors came to her aid.
Once safely back to our home planet of Earth, we found a new 2020 ornament at It’s a Wonderful Shop.
Mickey and Minnie embrace while watching a fireworks show.
Unable to resist a pun, we love the backside of this ornament, which reads “Houndsight is 2020.” It also features a playful Pluto and the park icons. It retails at $16.99. You can see the other available ornaments for the new year here.
While walking through Animation Courtyard, we noticed new paint! The new paint, which is cream and dark blue, match the newly refurbished Studio Arch.
The navy blue color replaces the burnt red that used to be on the pillars.
The new paint job has been completed until the Voyage of the Little Mermaid’s pre-show entrance.
Across the walkway, the new colors stretch to the ramp by the Chinese Theatre.
On the other side of the Studio Arch, the new colors continue to The Brown Derby restaurant.
It’s time for us to leave the glitz and the glamor behind. Thanks for joining our adventures! Keep checking WDWNT for the most up-to-date Disney Parks news!