Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights event on both coasts will feature houses based around the latest entry in the “Ghostbusters” franchise. 

The “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” houses in Orlando and Hollywood will “ transport fans of the film franchise to New York City where the Spengler family teams up with the original Ghostbusters who are now at the helm of a top-secret research lab for their ghost-busting enterprise,” according to a Universal press release.

Last time the franchise was a part of HHN was in 2019, when houses based around the original 1984 “Ghostbusters” were featured at HHN 29 in Orlando and that year’s Hollywood event. 

Unlike the original 1984 original, “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” was not exactly a box-office smash. The film grossed $201 million worldwide — roughly double its budget, but likely not enough to turn a profit after factoring in marketing costs.

The “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” house is the second HHN offering for 2024 based around a movie franchise, the other being themed to “A Quiet Place.”

The 33rd edition of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Florida kicks off with a new $350 “Premium Scream Night” on Aug. 29, followed by 48 other event nights through Nov. 3. Check out the full schedule here. At Universal Studios Hollywood, HHN starts on Sept. 5, and will also wrap up on Nov. 3.