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Boulevards of Movie Dreams Part Two: Imagineering Hollywood

Boulevards of Movie Dreams Part Two: Imagineering Hollywood 1 From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Jeff Kurtti In a recent Disney Parks Blog post, the inspirations for the architectural glamour at Disney’s Hollywood Studios were highlighted. Twenty-five years ago, five years after opening day, as the park expanded with the addition of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, a new avenue of Southern California history, Sunset Boulevard, was created to address the growth. I Continue Reading

Opening of Dreamworks Theater

Opening of Dreamworks Theater 5 Universal Studios has been the home to monsters, Blues Brothers, Marty McFly, ET, and now that they have Dreamworks as a subsidiary, all of the characters from Shrek, Madagascar, and Kung Fu Panda. One of the biggest complaints I’d have about Universal Hollywood is that unlike it’s counterpart in Florida, it lacks attractions, especially family friendly attractions. When Shrek 4D went away last year to make way Continue Reading