The ATAS (Academy of Television Arts & Sciences) Hall of Fame Plaza at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which opened in the fall of 1993, honors famous stars from the golden age of TV all the way up to the present day. This unique outdoor gallery, which is located in front of the Chinese Theater (which houses the Great Movie Ride) near Echo Lake, displays the bronze likenesses of such television greats as Angela Lansbury, Bob Newhart, Perry Como, Charles Kuralt and Ed Asner. Don’t forget your camera!

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UPDATE: Disney’s Hollywood Studios Construction February

The new Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is really starting to come together with more of the outer buildings and perimeter berms taking shape. Related posts: First Look Inside The New Star Wars Launch Bay at Disney’s Hollywood Studios The Force is strong at Disney’s Hollywood Studios this morning. The theme park introduced Star Wars Launch …

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Toy Story Land Announcement on Good Morning America

It’s official! Toy Story Land, the highly-anticipated toy-filled land inspired by the beloved “Toy Story” films, will open to guests at Disney’s Hollywood Studios June 30, 2018. Related posts: Construction Update: Toy Story Land Entrance at Disney Hollywood Studios See the latest on the construction of Toy Story Land and Star Wars Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in our latest …

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Minnie Van Service price increase from today

The flat rate service that takes you anywhere within Walt Disney World property has gone up by $5, from $20 to $25. Here is a full list of resorts with Minnie Van availability: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Disney’s Beach Club Resort Disney’s BoardWalk Resort Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort Disney’s Contemporary Resort Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Disney’s Polynesian Village …

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More details about upcoming Star Wars-Inspired Resort coming to Walt Disney World

Disney has today released a few more tidbits on the upcoming Star Wars-inspired resort coming to Walt Disney World. This first-of-its-kind resort will combine luxury with complete immersion into an authentic Star Wars story. Guests’ journey through space will start when everyone departs together for a multi-day Stars Wars adventure by boarding a star ship alive with characters and stories …

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Mary Poppins Ride Coming to Epcot?

Disney is looking to the upcoming Mary Poppins Returns film as the inspiration for this new mini-land known as Cherry Tree Lane, the residential street used in both the original film and the 2018 sequel that will star Emily Blunt. The street will mostly act as meet-and-greet from the Poppins characters with a small carousel, inspired by the films, located nearby. The carousel won’t be …

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