Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort are bringing Legendary Pictures' hit film Krampus to life in an all-new Halloween Horror Nights maze.
There's plenty to do in Orlando, Florida besides infect yourself with Zika -- what with Universal Studios, Disney World, the Epcot Center and SeaWorld. And a new app, backed by the supercomputing power of IBM's Watson, will tell you how to get the most out of every one of your minutes in the Sunshine State.
Hold on to your sorting hats, folks. Looks like a new ride might be on its way to Universal Orlando’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The Orlando Business Journal reported Monday on a new patent filed by NBCUniversal subsidiary Universal City Studios LLC that details an interactive video-game ride involving wands and spells. Show More Summary
They’re a universe away from New York City!
By Robert Niles: Universal Orlando's newest restaurant opened to the public today. The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen might be a mouthful to say, and the desserts it is serving certainly are a mouthful to eat. We...Show More Summary
It’s paws vs. claws at Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure theme park. The clip above, posted online by Thrillgeek, shows a service dog meeting a “velociraptor” ? and the dog makes it quite clear he’ll take that dino down if heShow More Summary
The students who won the annual Win a Universal Orlando Class Trip contest landed in Florida.
Yesterday, the dates for the fourth annual fan-favorite “A Celebration of Harry Potter” event was announced and vacation packages became available for purchase. The official event–taking place this year January 27-29, 2017–is a fun-filled...Show More Summary
As reported over at Blastr.com, Universal theme parks are getting a double dose of horror this autumn as FX’s anthology series American Horror Story teams up with Halloween Horror Nights in both Orlando and Hollywood.Announced in a press...Show More Summary
The Ryan Murphy anthology-themed 'Halloween Horror Nights' begin Sept. 16 in Hollywood and Orlando.
The acclaimed FX series will come to life at Universal's theme parks in Hollywood and Orlando starting Sept. 16. read more
Universal Orlando has announced The Repository, a virtual reality experience arriving just in time for Halloween.
I haven’t really posted about it yet, but I’m currently vacationing in Cocoa Beach, Florida, and a few days ago, my family and I visited the Islands of Adventure at Universal studio where we took part of the super fun Raptor Encounter Experience. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium and Savory Feast Kitchen will open any day now at Universal Orlando's CityWalk. But fans are taking notice of the restaurant's new menu (and its prices!) which have been posted outside the restaurant. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Universal Orlando today announced more houses and scare zones for this year's Halloween Horror Nights, which starts September 16 at Universal Studios Florida. The park announced details for three more houses today, all with original IP, to join the five outside-IP houses the park had announced previously. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Last week, I told you what I'd pick to do on my "perfect day" at the Walt Disney World Resort. Today, let's head up Interstate 4 and spend an imaginary day at Universal Orlando. Again, the rules here are the same: This is a perfect day for me, not an imaginary one. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Universal has announced the next maze for this year's Halloween Horror Nights events in Orlando and California ? Krampus. Based on the Michael Dougherty film for Legendary Pictures and Universal, Krampus is a Christmas-themed...Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Universal Orlando officially reopened its Incredible Hulk Coaster this morning. Featuring a completely rebuilt track, new trains, and new on-board music and effects, Hulk follows the same course as the original installation of this Bolliger & Mabillard launch coaster, but offers a smoother ride and more engaging overall experience. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: It's not been a good summer for the Orlando area theme parks. By all reports, official and anecdotal, attendance is down this summer at the Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando resorts, compared with the same time last year. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: The Summer Olympics start in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this weekend and Universal Orlando is getting ready by setting up bleacher viewing in front of the giant screen outside the NBC Sports Grill & Brew in CityWalk. Universal...Show More Summary