Universal Studios has announced that it will reopen on October 4, after nearly a year of delays and cancellations.
The studio has confirmed that the theater will be reopened, and that it is “in full operation.”
The Universal Studios Theater, which opened in 2014, was one of the biggest movie venues in the world when it opened.
But the facility was closed for over a year in November 2016 due to a virus outbreak.
That left audiences in a tight spot, as they were unable to get tickets or receive refunds.
The theater had reopened in November 2018, after being shuttered for about a year.
Universal announced it would reopen on January 15, 2019.
The theater reopened in 2019 after a temporary closure was lifted.
It’s also known as the Theater for the Future, and it’s a part of the Universal Studios theme park chain, Universal Studios World.
In a statement, Universal said, “Universal Studios Hollywood is back.
We have restored our theater, which will open in full operation in 2019.
Read moreUniversal Studios announced that the Universal Hollywood Studios Theatre is now open for guests, and said it will open as scheduled on October 5, 2019 at 10:00 am PT.”
Universal is currently working with its corporate partners to ensure that everyone who uses Universal Studios is able to access our experience as soon as possible.”
Read moreUniversal Studios announced that the Universal Hollywood Studios Theatre is now open for guests, and said it will open as scheduled on October 5, 2019 at 10:00 am PT.
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