To show the level of attention to detail Disney is putting into the new lands at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, they’re currently repainting the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster gravity building, formally known as Stage 15, blue to match the Florida skies. Word is that guests will be able to see the building from either Toy Story Land or Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and the beige that it was previously painted wasn’t a good look.

Here’s a look from July 20th.

And now a look from August 18th. As you can see the side of the building that is facing south (left), or towards the new lands, is in the process of being painted blue. The north (right) side has already been painted and you can see the spot where they removed the signage and the beige remains. It looks like Disney will be repainting the whole building, and not just what can be seen from the new lands.

Of course, time will tell how much of the building can actually be seen from the new lands, but it’s nice to see Disney considering all aspects of the project, including sightlines.

Toy Story Land opens in Summer 2018, and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens in 2019.

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