Hollywood Studios will get a new logo in 2019 for its 30th anniversary

Disney’s Hollywood Studios will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2019. In honor of the milestone, the theme park will receive a new logo that will be unveiled on January 18th, 2019.

Disney also revealed that Hollywood Studios guests will have a new way to interact with The Incredibles and Mike and Sulley beginning on January 18th. This may refer to the reopening of Pixar Place, but that hasn’t been confirmed at this time.

Though the anniversary logo should be temporary, it wouldn’t be surprising to see an updated or a new logo for Hollywood Studios rolled out after the anniversary. The older logo – the one with Mickey using a clapboard – doesn’t fit the new direction of the park. The new Hollywood Studios has guests visiting the lands inspired by movies, not the behind-the-scenes creation of the movies.

Previously, Disney had discussed changing the name of the theme park to fit this new vision. That project has at least been put on hold as they stated they won’t be changing Hollywood Studios’ name for the foreseeable future.

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