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Halloween Horror Nights 32 (UOR) - Speculation & Rumors

Lucky Planet

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Sep 23, 2013
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With Chucky being in the event, is it safe to expect Chucky to be a big part of the lagoon show?, ( i hope)
I'm hoping to see Megan do her robot dance as well. ( That would be so incredible)
I really hope that this year the show has movie clips like the first show did. Last year was nice but I want Chucky and Megan talking to the audience like jack the clown did.
Imagine clips of the last of us in the lagoon....

Did they fix the hurricane damage already?
 

quinnmac000

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May 14, 2014
6,162
Seoul, Korea
what about Knock At The Cabin?
First M Night Shyamalan House and the screening got M3GAN level reviews when people were leaving.


Could this actually be a year where Universal has enough of their own IPs they won't really need outside ones especially if they do bring M3GAN.
 
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Fear2010

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Jun 29, 2022
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Could this actually be a year where Universal has enough of their own IPs they won't really need outside ones especially if they do bring M3GAN.
Universal does need newer and successful IP’s of their own as franchises and attractions, and they don’t really have much for today’s time compared to Disney and WB - They gotta have some backups.

But I do think the outside IP’s do matter if they are popular like what the Walking Dead was and Stranger Things is, on a possible revival (the Exorcist and Evil Dead), have never been used before (Scream and the Lost Boys) or underrepresented (Elm Street and Friday the 13th).
 
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shiekra38

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Dec 13, 2009
15,704
Florida
I do think it's a really compelling idea that they would be able to use 5 in-house IP for a year, and definitely speaks to the strength of Universal's 2023 horror movie lineup that that is even a possibility.
It's cool to see them utilize IPs to promote rather than attract

Not saying there wasn't aspects of both in the past

I believe the next era of HHN is emphasis on in-house content
 
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