Happy Halloween from Disney’s Hollywood Studios! We arrived this morning to see a wide array of guests sporting their best trick-or-treating attire. Being at Hollywood Studios, Star Wars and Toy Story characters were the most popular costumes.
Of course on the spookiest day of the year, we had to start our day by dropping in at the most frightful attraction in the park, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
It was no surprise that guests wanted to ride Tower of Terror today. The wait time read 55 minutes, but by looking at this line, we have a feeling that it wasn’t quite accurate.
Betty Shambles, a Citizen of Hollywood, was in the Halloween spirit. She was wearing this unique costume, which we can only describe as some sort of cross between a fairy and a mouse. She didn’t seem to have much luck with her trick-or-treating endeavors. Sadly when we met her, no guests had given her any candy.
Over at Animation Courtyard, the Hollywood Studios logo sign has been removed from the Studio Arch. The arch is in the process of being repainted.
Unfortunately, we spotted some of the fresh dark blue paint dripping onto the cream section of the arch.
After checking out the Studio Arch situation, we stopped in at Launch Bay Cargo and discovered new Star Wars designs at D-Tech on Demand.
The new additions seemed to be heavy on the Dark Side, with four cases featuring Darth Maul and Darth Vader. Standard cases are $29.99, while specialty cases (such as the 3D effect ones) are $34.99.
No opening has been announced for this new dining location.
Even though today is Halloween, Christmas has officially arrived throughout Hollywood Studios. At Stage One Company Store, Kermit was modeling this year’s gingerbread ears.
Holiday phone case designs have appeared at The Darkroom’s D-Tech on Demand station.
Christmas lights have been strung throughout the landscaping on Sunset Boulevard, right outside of Beauty and the Beast-Live On Stage.
A collection of Disney Holiday Pandora charms were released today. We found them at Legends of Hollywood. This parks exclusive set of three charms is $245.00.
This charm of Mickey and Minnie riding in a sleigh is crafted from rose gold and is $75.00.
Take our money now! Santa Stitch is $75.00, while Eeyore and Pooh are $55.00 each.
There may be new holiday merchandise arriving every day, but it’s not really Christmas at Hollywood Studios until our beloved dinosaur Gertie gets her Santa hat.
Now back to our Halloween programming…
In Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Storm Troopers were baffled by the costumes Batuu’s visitors were wearing. It was cause for intense interrogation.
Finally, get ready to have your heart explode. In Municiberg, Mr. Incredible was out greeting guests when he noticed a young admirer dressed up as him for Halloween. The trick-or-treater even had a plush baby Jack-Jack to complete his look.
Mr. Incredible decided to hold Jack-Jack for awhile.
He rocked baby Jack-Jack and gave him some tickles.
Then he handed Jack-Jack back to his rightful owner.
We hope that made your day as much as it made ours! Thanks for following along! Enjoy that Halloween candy!