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Beetlejuice HHN Marquee Going Up At Universal Studios Florida In Preparation For Opening

We have a visual sign of progress! It looks like the Beetlejuice Marquee is being put up after park hours at Universal Studios Florida.

Photo: Amusement Insider on Twitter

Earlier today, barricades were put up backstage and the cast went through rehearsals. We expect this to be announced last minute to Team Members today (Friday, October 30). Thus, we believe this will still be open this weekend: October 31 and November 1. It’s possible the house could open late in the day on October 30, but don’t hold your breath.

Again, this is a contractual obligation with Warner Brothers where the house must open for two days in 2020. It will return at Halloween Horror Nights next year (assuming it can open safely). Click here for our article about how all this came about.

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