is a studio lot
at Walt Disney Studios Park
in Disneyland Resort Paris
. Designed by Walt Disney Imagineering
, the project falls under their "placemaking" banner of park improvements and expansions, adding theme and timezones to existing park areas. Hollywood Boulevard uses land formerly classified as part of Production Courtyard
for a new development of "street sets", an outdoor food court and a major new attraction.
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The project was formally announced to the press on 1 April 2007, including the preview of one piece of "concept art", for an initial, unused vision of the Boulevard.
The first phase of the project was completed in late 2007, and included the park's major new attraction - The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
- surrounded by a series of "movie set" facades and storefronts to give the impression of a 1950s Hollywood Boulevard.
Notable inspirations for these sets came from Disney's existing Hollywood Boulevard areas in Disney's Hollywood Studios
in Florida and Disney's California Adventure
in California. However, the original designs were changed and altered considerably, and this edition includes two brand new locations - the First National Bank