Coming to Universal Studios in Florida this May
Florida Vacation Guide: New to Universal Studios in Orlando this spring
Universal Orlando is very well known for offering something for everyone who visits their elaborate theme park. Just recently, they’ve brought the uniquely wonderful entertainment of Blue Man Group to the park as well as relaunching one of the most powerful attractions ever created – The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man.
And apparently, there’s more! From the Despicable Me inion Mayhem 3-D adventure to the Superstar Parade
Coming to Universal Orlando in May
100 Years of Movie Memories
Relive the most awe-inspiring moments from almost 200 films which represent 100 Academy Award winners (and 300 nominations) in Universal’s Cinematic Spectacular: 100 Years of Movie Memories. It’s all highlighted in an innovative display of light, sound and of course, special effects.
The experience will be narrated by Morgan Freeman and it will celebrate all of Universal PIctures’ most iconic films. It will take you through funny moments, scary moments, funny moments and more. You might be more emotional than you think after you leave!
The Superstar Parade
This new form of interactive entertainment brings today’s most beloved characters and stories to the streets of Universal Studios. See larger-than-life floats, hundreds of performers and more state-of-the-art technology than you can shake a stick at. Sing and dance with your favorites from Despicable Me, Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora & Diego.
You’ll also get the chance to meet characters before the parade and at various select locations through the day of your visit!
Despicable Me Minion Mayhem
Embark on a 3-D adventure with your beloved film characters. As you enter Gru’s home, you’re recruited to be a minion! Once you survive the training journey with Gru and his daughters, learn minion moves during an interactive dance party. Voice for the characters are from the original cast, including Steve Carell as Gru and Miranda Cosgrove as Margo.
What’s your favorite Universal Pictures’ film?