This show has been replaced by: Universals Cinematic Spectacular - 100 Years of Movie Memories.
Universal Studios is bringing back the Universal 360 show from June 30 - August 18, 2007. This wonderful show uses unique "Cinesphere" technology that brings to life some of the most memorable clips from Universal's long list of incredible movies. The high-definition images are projected on the surfaces of four huge white globes floating in the Universal Studios lagoon. This is a one-of-a-kind show and should not be missed.
This show is held nightly (check your guide map for times).
Universal unveiled a major new night time show July 1st that they hope will give guests a good reason to stay late this summer. Going by the name Universal 360: A Cinesphere Spectacular, it features four huge spheres, each three stories tall, mounted onto floating barges in the center of the park’s lagoon. The spheres become 360 degree projection screens to show off some of Universal Studios most memorable moments choreographed to music, fireworks and lasers! The new show is runs nightly through the end of the busy summer season.
These screens may be around for other uses and not just a short summer gig. They are already talking about ways to use them for a possible Horror movie themed show for Halloween or a Mardi Gras show, or whatever they can think of.
My Review: We had a chance to see the show on July 1st and were very impressed. The blending of Universal films into a constant natural flow on the huge screens, combined with the laser projections on the buildings, and across the sky really make for an excellent show. It will make visitors want to come again and again, I know I am heading out there often, see you there!
There are clips from movies like Back to the Future, E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial, The Fast and the Furious, Jurassic Park, Happy Gilmore, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Scarface, Peter Pan, Along Came Polly, Bruce Almighty, Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, American Pie, 8 Mile, The Mummy, Meet the Parents, The Nutty Professor, The Flintstones, Erin Brockovich, Psycho, the Universal Classic Monsters movies, Child's Play, The Blues Brothers, Dante's Peak, Dragonheart, Gladiator, Apollo 13, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Shrek, Jaws, National Lampoon's Animal House, American Graffiti, and many more.