Universal's newest stunt show succeeds as a technological marvel, despite being based on an irrelevant intellectual property.
Team members have been invited to see the show at Universal Studios Florida on Saturday and Sunday.
Less than a week prior to the official reveal, the name and description of the show were accidentally posted to the Universal Orlando website.
“The Bourne Stuntacular” will occupy the space formerly used by Terminator 2: 3-D, which closed in 2017.
The most obvious construction site lies in front of the Jurassic Park Discovery Center at Universal's Islands of Adventure, rumored to be for a new roller coaster.
At least two new attractions and a new restaurant are currently under construction around Universal Orlando's two theme parks, though some recently vacated areas aren't showing any obvious signs of activity. ... Read More
Universal Orlando is set to open two new rides this year -- and that’s about all the theme park giant has confirmed about either of them. Only one of the two has a confirmed theme: a “Harry Potter”-themed co... Read More