Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the Hollywood that never was, and always will be. The entrance to the park down to Chinese Theater, otherwise known as Hollywood Boulevard, and the side street of Sunset Boulevard are an idealized version of Hollywood in the 1930s. Sunset Boulevard has two of the most thrilling attractions in Walt Disney World, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and the Tower of Terror. The rest of the park is made up of attractions and entertainment based on classic Disney and Lucasfilm movies.
The 11 acre Toy Story Land, featuring Toy Story Mania and the Slinky Roller Coaster, opened in Summer 2018. Walking into the land feels like you have shrunk down to the size of a toy. The area also has a dining location, Andy’s Lunchbox.
Later this year Disney’s Hollywood Studios will add another new land to the park, Star War’s Galaxy’s Edge. The new 14 acre Star Wars land will let guests pilot the Millennium Falcon and place them in a battle between the First Order and the Resistance. There will also be Star Wars restaurants and shops that will make guests feel like they are visiting a distant planet.