Yup. Horror Makeup, Animal Actors, E.T., Mummy, and HRRR all have at least one aspect that aligns with the behind-the-scenes and production angle that some (certainly not all) of the 90s attractions relied on, and New York is an actual working backlot set. This doesn't even count the real functional soundstages that I just found out are apparently not part of the park anymore after reading this thread.
What behind-the-scenes angle does E.T. take? The preshow is essentially "in-universe" with Spielberg, not even mentioned as the Director of the film, asking you to save E.T.
If you are talking about the passport area being "themed" to a studio set with movie images, I don't think that counts it's just misplaced theming lol