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Halloween Horror Nights shares sneak peek at first haunted house for 2021

by Attractions Magazine Staff

Halloween Horror Nights has shared a behind-the-scenes look at the annual haunt event in a new video – as well as a sneak peek at the first haunted house for 2021.

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The video stars Universal Orlando’s Senior Direct of Creative Development Mike Aiello, Senior Show Director Charles Gray, and Award-winning Executive Producer Greg Nicotero, who gets a first look at one of the haunted houses planned for next year’s event, “Puppet Theater: Captive Audience.”

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While on the behind-the-scenes tour, the trio will discuss just what it takes to bring these horrifying immersive experiences to life – from special effects to the art of the scare and more.

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“Puppet Theater: Captive Audience” is based on an original story created by the minds of Universal Orlando’s Entertainment team and will bring the darker side of puppetry and theater into the spotlight.

Go Behind the Scenes of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights

Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights is an annual Halloween event that brings pop culture’s most menacing names together with original tales of terror for real-world experiences. Guests can test their bravery inside movie-quality haunted houses or highly themed scare zones packed with hordes of scareactors ready to prey upon them.

As a result of the pandemic, this year’s event was unfortunately canceled; however, guests can currently experience two modified haunted houses through Nov. 1.

Guests can start planning their fall 2021 visit to Universal Orlando Resort to experience Halloween Horror Nights now by visiting UniversalOrlando.com.

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Ronnie watkins October 27, 2020 - 8:24 pm

Will be there Next year love the way universal does Halloween. We everything about it
is so much fun.

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