Freddy, Jason, Leatherface, and Chucky Take Over #UniversalHHN Terror Tram
Universal Studios theme parks continue to unveil the horror franchises to be featured at the upcoming season of Halloween Horror Nights, today announcing the addition of not one but four of your favorite slasher icons, with Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Leatherface headlining the new Titans of Terror Tram Hosted by Chucky at the Hollywood park.
From the official website: Taking terror to an unspeakable level of bloodcurdling screams, The Titans of Terror Tram Hosted by Chucky will transport guests into a nightmare of carnage pitting you against these four modern horror icons, this time led by infamous serial killer doll Chucky (Child’s Play franchise). With his faithful army of degenerate chainsaw-wielding Good Guy Dolls, Chucky will unleash havoc upon guests as they navigate a portion of the world-famous backlot.
Universal Orlando has not yet announced if it too will feature the Titans of Terror Tram.
The fact that one particular notable slasher is not included in this killer lineup leads us to believe that Halloween‘s Michael Myers will most certainly be featured in his own attraction yet to be announced.
It was previously announced that American Horror Story is coming to Orlando with characters from three of the anthology show’s seasons, Asylum (Season 2), Coven (Season 3), and last year’s Roanoke (Season 6), and a different Roanoke-specific maze is coming Hollywood, as well as Ash vs Evil Dead and The Shining at both parks.
You can check out the official announcement video below, and keep watching Halloween Daily News as we bring you more updates on this year’s Halloween Horror Nights at both Universal Studios parks in Orlando and Hollywood, as they are announced in the coming weeks.
Halloween Horror Nights takes place at Universal Studios in Orlando and Hollywood on select nights from Sept. 15 through Nov. 4, 2017.
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