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Matt Paul's 5/19/10 WDW Photo Report

Posted on May 20, 2010

WDWNT Reporter Matt Paul visited the Walt Disney World Resort yesterday and has a plethora of newsworthy photos to share with us:

Getting ready for Star Wars Weekends at the Studios

Lighting for Mulch, Sweat, and Shears nighttime show during Summer Nightastic! is already up

This “Hot Set” is heating up….

Ponyo being advertised

Star Wars Weekends sets have been assembled for Meet and Greets

Darth Vader will be meeting guests here


MuppetVision 3D is looking good after its recent refurbishment

A look at some of the screens and props in the pre-show lobby

Dorothy, Dina, and Max. Debby was sick, so the union sent him….

Work continues on the New York Street facade

Leaving DHS, the Best Friends Luxury Pet Resort is coming along nicely

The Four Seasons Resort looks almost finished from the outside

Moving to the Magic Kingdom, the Disney Clothiers (Emporium) facade is still being refurbished

Same goes for Casey’s

Chip and Dale now do meet and greets outside of the Supersonic Celebration Stage

Some walls near Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe

Still no visible progress

Ariel’s Grotto is coming down

“This ain’t gonna be pretty…”

Mary Poppins and Bert now meet at the carousel

Peter Pan’s Flight is still under tarps

Liberty Tree tavern still behind tarps

Toy Story 3 Merchandise is now available at the Frontierland Trading Post

To see more Vinylmation, check out The Vinylmation Station!

Pirate Goofy now meets guests outside Pirates of the Caribbean

Ariel and Prince Eric are meeting guests at the Adventureland Veranda

Ballpark Nachos are now available at Casey’s Corner

Celebrate Today banners have been removed from the Magic Kingdom. Could we be getting Summer Nightastic banners?

And now for a short trip back to the Studios…

A Prince of Persia billboard can be seen near Pixar Place

Can’t go to Hollywood without enjoying the citizens

Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster re-opens tomorrow

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