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Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash (Opening 2020)

Discussion in 'Upper Lot/Entertainment Center' started by Brian G., Apr 10, 2019.

  1. armenianmovieman

    armenianmovieman Newcomer

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    I don't know if it's mentioned but in the last few weeks I visited USH and during the Studio Tour the announcer said that SLoP will be coming later this year.......

    If we assume that "This year" = 2019, could it be wrong info? Wishful thinking?
     
  2. Ryan

    Ryan Staff Member Moderator

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    It'll be opening in 2020. You may have misheard.
     
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  3. Jerroddragon

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    Do we know when they are aiming for? Like Last weekend of May or July like Jurassic?
     
  4. Livetaswim06

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    Given how far along construction is I assume earlier in the year. Looks like Spring release is possible. Who knows how much work needs to be done inside, but it's building up quickly.
     
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    Didn't someone say you could see the backside of some of the spires in GE and see unfinished steel?
     
  6. Joe

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    Lets move on from this while under construction. We're just going to go off topic and spin our wheels for a year.
     
  7. bob albert

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    Unique smaller time rides are not getting people to plan a whole trip who have better access to an opposite resort. You need exclusive E tickets to do that. I would do Disneyland and knott's before universal for the east coast for that reason. Maybe I would do universal if I didn't do Disney in Florida but it would still be a tough choice.
     
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    Hey, they painted Dumbledore Research Park. It used to be beige.
     
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  9. Ryan

    Ryan Staff Member Moderator

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    Think more like Potter. Pretty early.
     
  10. Jerroddragon

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    Awesome, My friends passes expire in late May so this means they'll at least see it once. Thanks for rumored info :thumbsup:
     
  11. 12th Man

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    Yeah, any indoor ride that tells a story using effects such as lighting, sound, animatronics, and even screens classifies it as a dark ride.
     
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    To be honest it should be classified as dark ride/3D motion simulator.
     
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    Given the second film heavily underperformed (First = $875.5m vs Second = $320m) do you think Universal is regretting thinking SLOP would be a viable franchise enough to get its own ride? I know that’s Universal’s MO to make a ride out of anything successful regardless if said successful film fades in popularity but you’d think they’d learn from that by now.

    Just to be clear: I’m not crapping on this ride nor the films. I’m just curious.
     
  15. FBarnhill

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    I realized I may have asked something that’s already been talked about but I’m too lazy to check.
     
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  16. OrlLover

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    We already discussed this a couple of pages ago. Just go back a little and you will see this question has been asked multiple times.
     
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  17. FBarnhill

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    Grow up.
     
  18. OrlLover

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    I guess your kind of new here but many posters ask the same questions so I was just trying to help you out.
     
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  19. FBarnhill

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    Fine but you didn’t need to be confrontational about it. There are other ways to get your point across.
     
  20. Jamesh22

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    Moving on...

    Not sure we will get this but I'd love to see some of the characters appearing in windows on the facade. Animatronics would be prefered but could probably pull something like the below off using screenz.
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