Universal Studios Hollywood will show off their very first 3D comedy maze this year at Halloween Horror nights opening Sept. 18, and will continue until Nov. 1.
The cast from the 2013 hit movie “This is the end”, teamed up with the theme park to let guests experience an apocalypse while attending a party at James Franco’s Hollywood home.
Guests will find themselves feeling like they are in a life or death struggle against the demons of the underworld.
Just like the characters in the film, which include Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson, Universal guests will have to face the demon creatures one on one and hope they hurry their way to heaven by the bright blue light at the end of the maze.
“This is the End”, brings a new dimension of fear to ‘Halloween Horror Nights’ by fusing the best of two extreme worlds—horror and comedy— to create a literal and figurative three-dimensional experiential version of the film,” said John Murdy, Universal studios creative director. “Our collaboration with James Franco, Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill to transform this outrageous movie into a terrifying maze underscores the impact of ‘Halloween Horror Nights’ as one the most influential Halloween events around.”
Other mazes will be featured at Halloween Horror Nights this upcoming fall such as, “Guillermo del Toro Presents Crimson Peak: Maze of Madness”, “The Walking Dead: Wolves Not Far”, “Insidious: Return to the Further”, and “Halloween: Michael Myers Comes Home.”
Universal Studio’s guests can purchase add-on tickets to experience Halloween Horror Nights or buy a single night general admission ticket for $101.99. Multi-night passes are also available at the park or online at www.universalstudioshollywood.com