The gang covers lots of odds and ends in this week’s show at their favorite local park, Universal Studios Florida. [Read more…]
Several new behind-the-scenes videos for SyFy’s upcoming movie “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” have surfaced online, showcasing a lot of footage shot at Universal Orlando back in February. [Read more…]
Welcome to the 9th installment of Magic City Mayhem! As Mikey says in the introduction, this week should be called “Magic City Messy Mayhem”. [Read more…]
By Banks Lee
Twenty-two years have passed since “Jurassic Park” was released in theaters. Even though there have been two other films, this fourth installment in the franchise made me feel like a kid again, watching that first film for the first time. [Read more…]
The NBC/Esquire Network reality competition series “American Ninja Warrior” is setting up shop inside Universal Orlando for the Orlando Qualifying round, airing on
June 15 June 22 (NBC) and June 16 June 23 (Esquire Network). [Read more…]
Hosts Banks Lee and Elisa Goldman bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode: [Read more…]
Welcome back, Magic City Maniacs! Join the crew as they spend a morning at the Magic Kingdom. Do you like Minions? They’re all over Universal Studios Florida! Mikey takes you around and points some of the new additions out. [Read more…]
Sanrio and Universal Parks & Resorts have announced a partnership to develop Hello Kitty interactive retail experience shops at Universal Orlando Resort this year and in the future at Universal Studios Hollywood.
This will mark Hello Kitty’s official retail debut at theme parks in North America and offer specialty merchandise including stationery, home goods, apparel, accessories and collectibles. The majority of merchandise will be devoted to Hello Kitty; Sanrio properties Chococat, My Melody, Badtz-Maru, Purin and Keroppi will also have a presence. Hello Kitty confectionery and specialty co-branded Hello Kitty Universal park-exclusive products will also be available.
The Hello Kitty stores at Universal will also offer enhanced interactive retail experiences. Customers can shop for custom designed merchandise, enjoy photo opportunities with Sanrio properties, create souvenir versions of Hello Kitty’s signature bow, and even meet Hello Kitty herself.
“Our partnership with Universal brings Sanrio’s experiential entertainment presence to a new level,” said Janet Hsu, President and COO of Sanrio, Inc. “We look forward to this introduction into Universal theme parks to offer new connection points to Sanrio fans of all ages.”
There is no word on where the new retail experience will go. Currently there is a Hello Kitty merchandise cart located in Universal CityWalk (pictured above).
For more information, visit Sanrio.com.
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NBC’s Today Show will be stopping by Universal Orlando on May 29, 2015 to help celebrate the park’s 25th anniversary, and guests are invited to be part of the audience. [Read more…]
By Gavin Hatch
This week I look at the huge set of American Ninja Warrior, explore the details found at MIB & Simpsons, show you places to relax, and head to Islands of adventure to see changes in Marvel and Skull Island: Reign of Kong. [Read more…]