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Universal Orlando Creates Web Series In Anticipation Of King Kong Attraction

You just can’t beat a good viral campaign. Universal Orlando has created a web series called Myth Explorer: The Quest For Kong and just launched its first trailer.

Myth Explorer Quest for Kong

Designed to mimic television shows that search for clues if ghosts, aliens or Bigfoot are real, this new series looks like it will cleverly create an additional backstory for the new attraction opening spring 2016.

Keep in mind, this is the first major attraction Universal has opened since the enormous success of Diagon Alley in 2014. Here is hoping this attraction lives up those now high expectations. They created an entire website devoted just to the series and backstory they are creating for the new King Kong attraction. I look forward to taking a ride into Skull Island soon!

Skull Island Reign of King Kong

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