It's finally come to this. If you are going to Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights you will get to see an Exlusive movie trailer for the upcoming remake of 'The Wolfman'.
A rare and exclusive first look at Universal Pictures' highly anticipated re-imagining of the genre classic, The Wolfman, will debut at Universal Studios Hollywood's "Halloween Horror Nights" as part of the theme park's unique "Terror Tram."
I love how they are calling the remake of 'The Wolfman' a re-imagining because remake is such a bad word. Hollywood and their buzz words trying to cover up what it really is. I wonder if anyone got paid for coming up with it, or at least credit!
The "Terror Tram: The Nightmare Tour" -- which expands this year to double the length of previous Halloween tram experiences -- will offer an exclusive preview of The Wolfman on the tram's LED screens.
Those trams LED Screens really suck, unless they are going to upgrade all of them just for this special occasion.
"The Terror Tram" experience will take guests off the familiar studio tram and lead them on foot past such infamous landmarks as the Bates Motel and Psycho House and into remote and menacing locations of Universal's legendary backlot. For the first time ever, the "Terror Tram" will also incorporate a series of spine-chilling mazes as part of the trek through the timeless sets from Psycho, and the tortured landscape of War of the Worlds set into an unforgettable experience that will raise the bar of terror to a level that only an authentic Hollywood studio can equal.
Now here is something they havent done before! Taking guests off thetram to check outthe backlot up close and personal. Thats very cool, I will end up going just to do that!
Issuing a dare to "Live Your Worst Nightmare," Universal Studios Hollywood has ratcheted up the intensity level to present a new "Halloween Horror Nights" for 2008. This year's event will pair Hollywood's top entertainment scenic and special effects artists with a cast of thousands to create terrifying new experiences including a bloodcurdling new Nightmare on Elm Street maze, all contributing to Southern California's most intense Halloween experience.
"Halloween Horror Nights" begins on Friday, October 3 and will extend over an expanded 13-night run concluding Saturday, November 1. Tickets to "Halloween Horror Nights" are on sale now at UniversalStudiosHollywood.com.
Halloween Horror Nights" will continue on consecutive weekends beginning on Friday, October 3 through Saturday, November 1. Event dates are: October 3-4, 10-11, 17-19, 24-26, 30-31 and November 1. The event will begin nightly at 7:00 p.m.; closing hours vary by night throughout the event.
Every Halloween I try to go to as many of these things as possible. I always make it to Knotts Scary Farm and Occasionally make to Universals Halloween Horror Nights. It sounds like they have gone all out this year. Everytime I go I find Knotts Scary Farm to be more fun, but this year maybe Universal has them beat. I guess we'll have to wait and see.
Inspired by the classic Universal film that launched a legacy of horror, Universal Pictures, The Wolfman brings the myth of a cursed man back to its iconic origins. Oscar® winner Benicio Del Toro stars as Lawrence Talbot, a haunted nobleman lured back to his family estate after his brother vanishes. Reunited with his estranged father (Oscar® winner Anthony Hopkins), Talbot sets out to find his brother ... and discovers a horrifying destiny for himself. The Wolfman opens nationwide on April 3, 2009.
I don't care if the call this movie a remake or a re-imagining, either way i still am excited to see the movie.