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----    THE LATEST NEWS   ----
    (11/23/22) Super Nintendo World Construction and More (MORE...)
    (11/13/22) Universal Studios Hollywood Closing Two Attractions This January (MORE...)
    (11/5/22) Entry into Super Nintendo World Will Require Reservations (MORE...)
    (11/2/22) First Halloween Horror Nights 2023 Haunt Announced (MORE...)
    (10/14/22) Toothsome Chocolate Emporium To Open In Early 2023 (MORE...)

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icon_STOPGeneral Park News - (11/13/22) Universal Studios Hollywood has announced that their Special Effects Show and the Animal Actors show will both be closing down for good following the performances on January 8, 2023. The “Production Central Store” that sits between the two show theaters will also be closing down. Based on previous rumors Screamscape has been posting, this fits right along with the location of the proposed Fast & Furious Hollywood Drift roller coaster concept, which was reported to be moving forward as the park’s next big attraction following the opening of Super Nintendo World in early 2023.
    On a side note, there is a rumor going around claiming that the closure of both shows could also reflect a potential future opening of a second attraction at the Hollywood park. While we still don’t know how much room the new coaster will take, there has been some quiet speculation that the Hollywood park had been looking into the possibility of adding their own version of The Bourne Stuntacular show that first opened in Universal Orlando in 2020 and is quite an amazing production that would fit right in at the Hollywood park. Just something else to keep an ear open for.
    (11/2/22) Halloween Horror Nights may be over, but the crew isn’t messing around for 2023, because they’ve already announced the first new haunt for next year. If you caught it on social media, Halloween Horror Nights is proud to announce that an all new haunted house themed to “Chucky” will be featured next year in both the Orlando and Hollywood events.





    (10/6/22) Universal Studios Hollywood has announced the dates for this year’s Holiday festivities. ”Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter” and Grinchmas” will be coming to the park starting November 25 and run daily through to January 1st, 2023.
    Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter will bring about the return of “Hot Butterbeer while enjoying a special holiday a capella performance from the Hogwarts Frog Choir”. Don’t forget all the special holiday shopping for exclusive Wizarding World items and holiday dishes being served at the Three Brooksticks. After dark look for “The Magic of Christmas at Hogwarts Castle” projection show to take place.
    Elsewhere in the park, you can revel in the return of the Mean and Green One himself, The Grinch, along with the Grinchma Who-bilation celebration, the 65 foot tall Grinchmas tree and nightly tree-lighting ceremony hosted by the Grinch and Who-ville Whos.

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    (9/29/22) Universal Studios Hollywood has opened a new retail location inside CityWalk Hollywood called UNIVRS. This new stone is said to offer merchandise inspired by Universal hits like Jurassic Park/World, E.T. Jaws, Felix the Car, Universal Monsters and more. The describe the new store as a “first-of-its-kind retail destination” that offers a number of Limited-Edition items that push into the “get it before it’s gone” drop culture that will add new limited edition items into the shop every few months that will be exclusive to the new UNIVRS store. 
    (7/25/22) An article posted to CinemaBlend speculates that Universal may be willing to give up on their rights to use the Simpsons characters in the theme parks at the end of the current contract. IP contracts typically will be drawn up for an initial 10-year term with terms pre-set for two more 10-year extensions. The Simpsons attraction opened in 2008, so if the typical term-timelines were used, Universal would be approaching the end of the 20th year sometime between late 2027 and 2028.
    At that point they would have to renew for another decade or opt to let the contract expire and release the Simpsons from the parks. It is worth mentioning that prior to this Universal Creative would be neck-deep in finishing up their new Epic Universe theme park slated to open in 2025, but this would give them enough time to come up with a new replacement idea for Simpsons at the Universal parks in Hollywood and Orlando if need be.
    While the Simpsons rides still draw a crowd, I don’t think it ever drew in quite the crowd levels that the attraction building did when it was first opened as Back to the Future: The Ride. However, even if the ride itself is just a mild draw, Universal has invested heavily in offering Simpsons themed restaurant experiences and merchandise shops that probably do generate a healthy profit for the parks currently. So the final decision will likely come down to how much profit Universal is actually making compared to the money they would spend to extend the IP license for another 10 year term.
    (5/1/22) CinemaBlend has posted a nice article about the arrival of the updated Electric Trams to the Studio Backlot Tour attraction with some new details. Currently the park has added four electric trams into the fleet, and these are actually retrofitted versions of the park’s old trams, so unless you are carefully looking for certain signs, you won't know exactly what kind of tram you are getting ready to board.
    The new all electric trams can be identified most easily by how the Universal Studios logo is written across the side of each car. The old diesel trams have “Universal Studios’ written in Yellow while the new electric grams have it written in green. The other more subtle way to tell the difference is if you look at the back of the lead tram car, the vertical exhaust pipes have also been removed.
    The report also confirms what I expected, that the new silent running trams are an awesome addition to the tour experience. Not only will be improve the day of those working on the backlot with their silence, but it improves the guest’s ability to hear each and every thing that takes place along the journey so much more clearly, now that the constant hum of the engine is gone.
    As previously mentioned, these are existing trams from the Tour that are being shipped out in waves for conversion to electric, so there no waste from having to scrap the old trams for new models. This also means it will take some time before the Tour is fully converted to an all electric fleet, which is estimated to take from now through to 2025 before the process is done.
    So next time you visit Universal Studios Hollywood, remember to keep an eye out for the green logo on the side of your tram to know you are getting a ride on the new electric version.
    (4/23/22) Universal Studios Hollywood has put the first of a fleet of new all-electric backlot tram vehicles into service this month. The plan is to convert the entire fleet of 21 diesel fueled trams over to the new electric-powered vehicle, which will be able to recharge while in the unload and loading areas, as well as recharge a bit when traveling downhill through a built-in regenerative-braking function. No time-line has been given for the completion of the conversion, as I expect supply-chain issues will play a role here, but not only will the conversion allow the park to reduce their carbon emissions, but the silent running trams will be a blessing to studio productions taking place on the backlot at any given time who always took issue with the old noisy trams coming too close to their set locations while filming.


Late 2022 - Jupiter’s Claim /  NOPE - (7/23/22) Theme Park Shark has posted a video (now removed) showing off the new NOPE themed Jupiter’s Claim attraction as seen on the Backlot Studios Tour last night. Many has wondered if there was room to drive the tram through the small western town yet and indeed there is room for the tram, as they take a drive through town after dark, complete  with creepy lighting and sound effects and introduce you to find out what a ‘Bad Miracle’ really is. Based on the look of it all, nighttime is the best way to see the new Jupiter’s Claim set. 
    (7/7/22) Universal Studios Hollywood has announced Jupiter’s Claim as a new “Permanent Attraction on the World-Famous Studio Tour”. The new Jupiter’s Claim set is said to be the actual set used for the fake-theme park in Jordan Peele’s new film, “Nope”.  The set was created by Production Designer Ruth DeJong and then carefully disassembled post-production and transported to the Universal Studios Hollywood backlot for re-assembly along with original props and other details from the film.
    The Jupiter’s Claim experience will open on the Studio Tour on Friday, July 22, the same day that the film, “Nope” will be released into theaters.
    The Jupiter’s Claim set – which can only be seen on the Studio Tour – marks the first time that a Studio Tour attraction has opened day and date with a movie release.  It will be staged within Universal Studios’ backlot alongside a host of other iconic movie sets that include Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds, the infamous Psycho house from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho and Courthouse Square from Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future.
    “I remember visiting Universal Studios when I was 12 years old and being mesmerized. That experience reinforced my passion and drive to someday join in on the meta-magic of ‘backlot life.’ Since then, I’ve been fortunate enough to direct three movies for Universal,” said Jordan Peele. “It is a privilege to honor these collaborations with my studio partners, crew members and cast, and to be able to share Jupiter’s Claim with fans.”
    While Universal doesn’t quite go into details about what we can expect to experience from the new addition, they did provide us with this description about the theme of Jupiter’s Claim:
    “Jupiter’s Claim, set in Southern California’s Santa Clarita Valley, is a family-fun theme park and predicated on the white-washed history and aesthetics of the California Gold Rush. Owned and operated with evangelical pride by former child star Ricky “Jupe” Park, Jupiter’s Claim becomes a pivotal location as the characters seek to investigate mysterious, unexplained phenomena, leading them toward increasing danger and terrifying consequences.”






icon_STOPEarly 2023 - Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen - (10/14/22) Universal Studios Hollywood has announced they are now seeking to hire team members to work at the new Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen restaurant, said to be on track to open in early 2023. This will be the third such themed restaurant for Universal Studios, with the first one opening at Universal Orlando followed by the second at the new Universal Studios Beijing resort. “Featuring an extensive menu of eclectic brunch, lunch and dinner items, sumptuous milkshakes and desserts and delectable confectionary treats, The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen brings an entirely new take on culinary inspirations that will appeal to the entire family.”
    They aren’t kidding either, the massive and crazy custom shakes are simply to die for and have quickly become a “must-have” stop for many a family visit to Universal Orlando….my own family included.
    (12/5/19) It looks like my speculation was right on the money, because Universal Studios Hollywood has confirmed that a west coast version of The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen will open in CityWalk Hollywood in 2021, taking over the current location of the departing Hard Rock Cafe. Like the original location in Orlando, Toothsome is home to a full service restaurant as well as a walk-up dessert area where you can order a mouthwatering array of jaw-dropping shakes and sweet concoctions.


icon_STOPEarly 2023 - Super Nintendo World - (11/23/22) A video showing off the latest construction progress taking place on Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood can be seen below. The video also includes a look at Christmas decorations throughout the park as well as the outside of the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium in CityWalk that will open in the near future. As for Super Nintendo World, Bowser’s Castle is looking quite nice right now with the installation of his head and other supporting structures and decor throughout the land.

    (11/5/22) According to a report from, the theme park has confirmed that a reservation program will be in place for guests when Super Nintendo World opens in early 2023. The reservation program isn’t just to experience the Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge ride, but will actually be required to gain entry into the entire Super Nintendo World land itself once it opens.
    Universal’s Platinum Passholders in Hollywood will get a “one-time reservation-free entry after 3pm per day” added to their pass benefits, but otherwise “reservations are required to enter the land.” For those who have been tracking how things have played out in Japan, I believe the original Super Nintendo World has been requiring their guests to get an E-Ticket style reservation to get into the land on the park’s app since it first opened. So a similar system has long been expected to be in place at the Hollywood park as well, especially given how much smaller the Super Nintendo World land is going to be compared to the larger one in Japan.
    While Universal has yet to reveal an exact date for the land to open, a popular rumor going around the ‘net claims it may open in early March, but seriously, don’t make your travel plans just yet.
    (10/3/22) Some stunning footage shot by a local news chopper give us a fantastic view inside the new Super Nintendo World land under construction for 2023 at Universal Studios Hollywood.

    (7/23/22) Some great construction footage of the upcoming Super Nintendo World area at Universal Studios Hollywood can be seen in the video below from Universal Parks News Today.

    (6/3/22) A new construction video from Attractions Magazine gives us a current look at the progress of things at Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood. In addition to the various landscape elements, we also get a good look at Bowser’s Castle.
    On a related note, Universal also confirmed a few hours ago that Super Nintendo World will be ready to open in “early 2023”. They also released a teaser video for the new Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge attraction.

    (5/29/22) I came across some great photos taken a couple weeks ago on Twitter showing off how things are progressing down at Super Nintendo World - Hollywood. At long last the area is starting to add in all those brightly colored bits of scenery and architecture that will give the land that classic ‘Nintendo’ look.

    (4/10/22) Universal Studios Hollywood sent out a picture of their Feature Presentation store just inside the gates of the park, now decked out with all the new Super Nintendo World merchandise ahead of the 2023 attraction opening.



    (3/11/22) Good news for fans of Universal Studios Hollywood, the park has confirmed that their version of Super Nintendo World will be officially opening in 2023. Appropriately, this announcement was made yesterday, March 10th, also known as MARIO DAY (MAR10). While Universal is not ready to narrow down the timeline to a Season yet, they did mention exclusive merchandise would soon be available at the Feature Presentation store which will reopen soon with a complete Super Nintendo World makeover. 

    (1/16/22) It’s been awhile since we’ve had a good look at the progress on Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood. You can see a collection of more recent photos posted to WDWNT this week where the building structures are starting to take shape, along with a lot of scaffolding and big green fake landscape panels. Keep in mind that the Hollywood version of Super Nintendo World will really only feature the Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge attraction and a very minimal version of the themed landscape with a gift shop and the Toadstool Cafe restaurant. This will not be a copy of the complete land that premiered in Japan as there simply is not enough room in the Hollywood park for that. A similar limited installation is also expected to go into the Singapore park in the near future, while the full land will be installed in Orlando as part of Universal’s third full theme park project, Universal’s Epic Universe.
    Using an overhead satellite image of the construction site, I’ve labeled the main features of the attraction layout for you. As in Japan, guests will enter into the Super Nintendo World land via a green “warp pipe” tunnel located just to the left of the Transformers attraction entrance. Unlike in Japan however, the land will be located almost entirely on the ground level. Guests will cross to the opposite side of the land and approach the large structure of Bowser’s Castle which serves as the entrance to the Mario Kart attraction. Immediately to the right of the castle will be the entrance to the Toadstool Cafe restaurant which appears to take up much of the ground level, but guests in the queue for Mario Kart will make their way up to the second level of the structure and move outside to an open second level deck queue that sits on the roof of the Toadstool Cafe. They will queue back and forth up here, making their way towards the entrance of the main attraction building to experience the ride, and exit once again on the lower level through a large gift shop structure that will hide the main attraction building from view while within the land.
    The rest of the land appears to be an open plaza with themed decor to enjoy, but I’m not sure if they will have enough space to install enough interactive features to make it worth selling the Nintendo themed interactive wristbands that they use in Japan. Keep in mind that while things are under construction, they are always subject to change, but my description is based on how things were planned to be at one point in time.
    (1/19/21) A quick set of pictures from the Super Nintendo World construction site at Universal Studios Hollywood were posted on Twitter by Inside Universal this weekend as some colorful sections of the landscape facade were put into place. One important thing to keep in mind is that Super Nintendo World in California is going to be very different than what we’ve been seeing preview pictures of in Japan.
    Despite the name being the same, the reality is that what they are building in Hollywood is really just the MarioKart: Bowser’s Challenge dark ride, and not an entire land. There will of course be a gift shop and probably some food options connected to it but the majority of what you are seeing built will be to contain the MarioKart attraction.






icon_STOP2024/2025 - Fast & Furious Hollywood Drift - In Development - (10/9/22) Just before Summer Screamscape revealed the details about a launched roller coaster in development for Universal’s Hollywood park called Fast & Furious Hollywood Drift. At the time this was the big concept the park was looking at as their next big attraction to come after the opening of Super Nintendo World.
    The word going around is that some early building permits have been filed for this project, which would seem to indicate that it has gone from concept to being greenlit. While I’ve been told that the overall concept has changed just a little bit, the same basic idea of having a launched roller coaster with with sports-car themed vehicles able to spin to create a “drift” sensation is still very much alive and well. Like most coasters we’ve seen Universal build as of late in North America, Intamin is said to be providing the hardware once again.
    So since this project seems to be moving forward, I thought it was about time to share with everyone some early concept artwork for the Hollywood Drift attraction that was shared with me. Remember, this is early concept artwork, so the final product shown once Universal is ready to announce it will be a little bit different, but this will give you the basic look and feel of the concept, as well as the location just to the left of the top-side of the Starway.

    (5/17/22) There has been some early talk about building a new Fast & Furious ride at Universal Studios Hollywood. Screamscape dug a bit deeper into these rumors and apparently it is true that something Fast & Furious themed is indeed planned. The interesting thing is that the new ride planned will be a roller coaster unlike anything we’ve really seen before. And no, this won’t be the drifting dark ride/coaster system developed from Dynamic Attractions.
    Now before I get too far into the details on this thing, know that this is simply an attraction concept. No construction has started, so the concept can be changed, the concept can be canceled entirely and replaced with something entirely different. I make no promises that this will be built… but dang if it doesn’t look interesting.
    That said, this particular concept is being called Fast & Furious Hollywood Drift, and on the land side of things we are looking at the removal of both the Animal Actors show and the Special Effects Show on the upper deck to make way for this new coaster concept from Intamin. I believe the overall track layout to still be somewhat fluid at this point, but the idea would be to use a dual-sided loading station, not unlike Gringotts at Universal Orlando, with the roller coaster trains made to look like a set of four Fast & Furious style cars.
    The Gringotts comparison is apt, because just like we saw built for Gringotts, these cars will utilize a controlled spinning system. From what I understand the trains will pull out of the station and onto a multi-launch track area where they will spin to launch up into a rather bizarre looking half-loop shaped spike track. The best I can describe it is that the trains will enter the element as if going up into a loop but by the time they reach the vertical moment, the track will have rotated 90 sidewards for the remainder of the element which will look more like a giant letter “C”. During this rise, stall and eventually fall back down the individual cars will spin and rotate to be facing the opposite direction by the time they enter the launch track and are boosted out at a higher speed to soar up and over the pathway leading to the Starway to the lower level, and then drop down into an unknown roller coaster section that I’m assuming will go around to the hillside behind the Simpsons ride building before turning around and heading back for a return run towards the station again.
    Again, this is just a concept, but one that should prove to be nearly as fun to watch from the ground as it would be to ride if Universal were to go ahead with it. I’ve no idea what this means for the longevity of the current Fast & Furious - Supercharged attraction on the Backlot Tour. They could keep it as is for those not into roller coasters who still enjoy the “Fast” films, or perhaps they could turn it into something new further down the line as well. 


icon_STOP???? - The Borne Stuntacular - (11/13/2022) There has been some quiet speculation that the Hollywood park had been looking into the possibility of adding their own version of The Bourne Stuntacular show that first opened in Universal Orlando in 2020. The indoor stunt show mixes live stunt actors with amazing high resolution video wall backdrop and an extensive list of in theater effects. It is quite an amazing production that would fit right in at the Hollywood park if they opt to build their own version. The main difference is that the Orlando version was built as a replacement for that park’s former Terminator 2:3-D attraction, while a custom theater would have to be construction from scratch if they opted to go that route.


???? - Backlot Changes - Announced - (11/4/21) The LA Times confirms that Universal Studios Hollywood is preparing to add eight new soundstage buildings to the far side of the backlot, off of the Barham Blvd. entrance. The plan is to have them in place and operational by Summer 2022 and the grading of the hillside on the site is now complete. 

    (7/6/21) Looks like you’ll begin to see new construction taking place on the east side of the Universal Studios Hollywood backlot area, around the Barham Gate. Universal Studios Hollywood sent out a note to their neighboring communities as a warning that they may begin to notice construction noise from the area, as well as grading work on the hillside closest to the Barham Gate over the next several months to prepare the site for future production growth.
    This all falls into the long-term master plan for the Studio released back in 2016, when they announced that a collection of 13 older soundstages closer to the theme park side of the property would be removed to allow for future theme park growth, and the eastern end of the studio would see the construction of up to 10 new bigger soundstage and production buildings over the years to come. This will eventually cause the removal of the “Park Lake” on the backlot, and so far we’ve already seen the old Parting of the Red Seas end of the lake already removed for new construction. At the time in 2016 they also mentioned that just how much new production space would be built on the Barham Gate side would also depend on if the city of Los Angeles’ bid was selected to host a future Olympic Games, as some of the production space was intended to be used for various international coverage of the games. With the 2028 games now locked in to take place in Los Angeles, it looks like they are moving ahead with the expansion project. This will likely be followed by the slow demolition of certain older soundstages as the new replacements are finished. Some were already removed to allow for the current construction of the new Super Nintendo World area, while the others predicted to be removed later would be the assortment behind the Revenge of the Mummy building and next to Transformers.
    (11/18/20) If you notice some land clearing going on at Universal Studios Hollywood just off Universal Hollywood Dr. across from the Sheraton Universal, this is not for a new attraction. According to concept art and a description posted here, this is part of a new ‘dynamic campus’ experience they’ve planned for awhile. The site is to contain a new Employee Commons building with dining options as well as theater and screening rooms and an event space. There will also be a new Creative Office building, new green spaces and indoor and outdoor gathering spaces for “meetings and dining”. Our local guy Rob actually managed to get a picture of the clearing taking place a couple of weeks ago, but we didn’t know what it was at the time.

    (4/1/17) Screamscape obtained a few new photos from Universal Studios Hollywood this week, showing off the now cleared site where four of the soundstages (22 - 25) were demolished to apparently make way for future theme park expansion projects, such as the proposed Secret Life of Pets dark ride or Super Nintendo Land.
    Meanwhile on the far North-Eastern edge of the park you can see as crews are busy removing what was left of the old swamp / red-sea crossing section of the backlot that was located East of the Clock Tower Square and North of the Earthquake attraction building. It looks like the bigger pond area (Park Lake) closest to Earthquake may be kept for the time being, but a dark construction barrier wall has been placed around it as well.
    According to the 5-year plan the park submitted last year the goal was to remove a total of 13 soundstages close to the park (5 so far, 22-25 and 28) to allow it to grow while replacing them with up to 10 new soundstages to be built on the Eastern edge of the park, including the site where Park Lake is now. The new soundstages are said to be bigger than the ones they remove (some possibly with two floors) that will allow for an overall increase in production space.
    (3/13/17) Down on the Universal Studios backlot, the crews continued the soundstage demolition and have also taken down Soundstage 25, competing the removal of the set of four that would easily allow for a future theme park expansion. Super Mario Land anyone?
    (3/10/17) According to a post on Twitter from Inside Universal, Soundstages 22 - 24 have been demolished. For now SS25 is still standing it seems, but with 24 gone, 25 may not stay much longer than they need to keep it. This follows the demolition of Soundstage 28 (directly to the left of the Transformers attraction building) that took place last year, and 22-23 were located next door to the former site of 28, with 24 and 25 directly south from there going towards the Jurassic Park attraction area.
    The land released by the demolition of these soundstages is ideal to allow for the future expansion of the theme park on the lower lot, if it gets handed over to the park for future development, which is what we had previously heard was going to be happening as new Soundstages are built in the far eastern corner of the backlot instead, near the old Crossing of the Red Sea area.

    (6/26/16) In an exclusive to Variety, Universal Studios Hollywood confirmed a new five year plan that will see a collection of 13 soundstages close to the theme park removed to allow for future theme park expansion, while building new replacement soundstages elsewhere on the eastern side of the backlot where they will replace Park Lake, home to the very old parting of the Red Seas attraction on the backlot tour. Two of the new soundstages are already under construction it seems, and the other 10 will follow over the next couple of years, though some are pending the selection of Los Angeles for the 2024 or 2028 Summer Olympics which would be used as an international broadcast center during the games. While fewer soundstages will be built than removed, they will be larger, so there will be an overall increase in the square-footage of production space available on the background.


2025 - Hilton Universal City Expansion - (10/6/20) While not owned by Universal Studios at all, it is worth mentioning that the nearby Hilton Universal City hotel now has a timeline to begin construction on a new expansion tower in 2023 that will add  an additional 395 rooms and a parking structure to the property by the time they finish in 2025.



Track Record

Universal Studios Hollywood
Hollywood, California
NBC / Universal

Abbreviation: USH

Open: Year Round

Newest Developments
2021 - The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash!

2019 - Jurassic World

2018 - DreamWorks Theater

2016 - The Wizarding World of Harry Potter &
AMC’s The Walking Dead

2015 - Fast & Furious Supercharged, Springfield, Nighttime Studio Tour

2014 - Despicable Me Minion Mayhem / Super Silly Funland

2012 - Transformers The Ride

2011 - Jimmy Fallon Hosts Backlot Studio Tour

2010 - King Kong 360 3-D


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