PHOTO REPORT: Universal Studios Hollywood 7/28/22 (Plush Hats, Runic Wand and a New Character Shop)
Quiet on set; we’re ready to roll! We headed out to Universal Studios Hollywood to check in on the park this warm summer day and see what we can spot that is new. So come along to see everything we found at Universal Studios Hollywood in today’s photo report.
Universal CityWalk Hollywood
Construction on Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen is coming along nicely.
Atop the Curious George parking structure, a new wall is being built.
This is a favorite spot for checking in on the Halloween Horror Nights construction progress taking place in the overflow lot on the ground level.
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This is one of the coolest bits of theming we’ve seen. It’s something most of us wouldn’t think about but it’s so much better than a regular yellow Wet Floor sign. It’s the little touches that really make the experience.
Inside The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, it was hot and crowded.
Several guests were upset because The Three Broomsticks was closed for kitchen maintenance.
The restaurants of Springfield were also closed for the same reason, leading to more disgruntled guests who were disappointed to not get a Krusty Burger.
In Super Nintendo World, we can see some new decorations added to the skyline.
This tree and the stacked Goombas are the newest additions to the land.
And further away on the backlot, we can see another HHN tent being built.
What used to be the Studio Store on the Lower Lot has been closed for several weeks and the sign on the outside now reads Character Shop.
Our Martini Shot of the day is from the Lower Lot. It really is a hot day and nothing is effectively cooling us off. In one shot we can see the splash park of Super Silly Fun Land, at the top of the frame, the waterfall in the splashdown area of Jurassic World — The Ride at the center of the frame, an ice cream sign at the left of the frame and a mist running over everything from a nearby misting fan. But none of these things are enough to break the heat today, so we had to call it quits and go hide inside.
Thanks for riding along with us on our photo report from Universal Studios Hollywood. That’s a wrap!
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