I stand corrected, I just don't remember seeing any of them. In fact I never saw the back of the NY scene until it was close to being torn down. Just never notice those things. I know I saw some of it, but, it was never glaring to me. But, contrary to obviously popular belief I understand that. See my message at the bottom.The immersion was that of a film and tv studio backlot. So it was correct in that respect.
To the contrary, they were very much exposed. You could actually walk through them from onstage to backstage. And back again.
Message at the bottom.The whole idea was that the park was a working movie studio making an incomplete backside part of the immersion.
No, I did not think that it wasn't planned that way because it was a working studio and they were just trying to display the sets. I never notice that back of the AT-AT's either. The first time I ever saw that was in a picture someone posted just last week on this board.Do you think seeing the girders on the backside of the AT-AT in front of Star Wars was a mistake? Or seeing a dozen studio lot buildings was a mistake or an unfortunate incompleteness in theming?
In it's own way, Galaxy is also a movie immersion set. Once in the land you will not see the structure of it because you aren't supposed to see it while you are in there. It has been shown that very few, if any, are going to see those structures, yet we had to have a big discussion about how they shouldn't be visible. In Galaxy, they aren't except to the few explorers that will inevitably photo them and post them on You-Tube so that everyone can get all upset again. I do know the difference between the two, but, the very idea that it is wrong to do it the way they did, is just knee jerk reactions by people that somehow think that they should spend huge amounts of money to fill it in so that no one will see it at all. If they do build the hotel in a place where that is in view then I will join all of you in complaining about it. But, alas, there aren't even done building the place yet. What they do as a form of possible camouflage is not yet become a reality. When it is and if it is seen by or if it somehow prevents one from enjoying the land, then it will be a problem. I believe the name of the park is still going to be "Disney's Hollywood Studio's" so it really is still a copy of a movie set. I know you all will jump on your horses and say that I am wrong in my thinking, hell you maybe correct, but, it is what it is. Enjoy it or don't, that is also your right.