Universal Orlando is once again holding team member previews for The Bourne Stuntacular, a clear signal that the stunt show is nearing its public debut.

As first reported by Parkscope, team members have been invited to see the show at Universal Studios Florida on Saturday and Sunday, with Universal Orlando IDs required. Team members will enter through a backstage service road behind the show building. 

The Bourne Stuntacular was previously in team member previews from March 7-9. A week later, Universal Orlando shuttered its theme parks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The parks reopened to the public on June 5.

If the adjacent Horror Make-Up Show is any indication, expect The Bourne Stuntacular to play to lower-capacity crowds to allow for physical distancing in the theater. 

In announcing the attraction last year, Universal called it an “action-packed show will feature thrilling chase scenes, punishing fistfights, death-defying leaps and danger at every turn,” promising “live performers, interactive props and an immense LED screen.” 

The Bourne Stuntacular takes the place of Terminator 2 3-D, which closed in 2017. It will be the first new attraction at Universal Studios Florida since Fast & Furious: Supercharged opened in April 2018, and the first stunt show at the resort since the closure of the Eighth Voyage of Sindbad at Islands of Adventure in September 2018.

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