• Announcements

    • Jon

      USHForums Rules - Please Read   02/22/2016

      USHForums.com is an online community dedicated to Universal Studios Hollywood. In an effort to spur discussion and to maintain a civil community, we’ve implemented the following rules below. Please read them. Forum organization: Univesal is organized under the umbrella Upper and Lower lot designations. As a result, USHForums is divided under three main categories - attractions, generalities and shops/restaurants Members who wish to discuss other topics are welcome to do so in the appropriate forum While we are not dogmatic about keeping everything limited to a single discussion thread, we do encourage members to seek out existing threads that may be suitable for your topic Our moderating staff will move threads and posts as they see fit
      Content It must be established that USHForums is private property. By registering on these forums, you agree to our rules and regulations Please keep your posts PG-13. This is an inclusive community, and we ask that you do not post offensive, pornographic, illegal or violent material on these forums Do note that posts relating to Halloween Horror Nights may include graphic descriptions and imagery, and are the only exception to this rule Stay on topic – please Posts that include online memes and GIFs do not add substance to the topic at hand, and may be removed without warning Do not plagiarize Please use discretion when posting external links, or links to social media posts We value original discussion and content above all else, so please don't make it a trend to simply repost content from other websites or social media accounts unless you are the original owner Political or religious content will be removed - be respectful and civil Content that is not original must be attributed to its original owner While we encourage fruitful debate, we do not tolerate abusive behavior Also keep in mind that by posting on a public forum, you may have your opinions or thoughts challenged by other members – be prepared to debate Links to Universal-relevant online auctions are permitted in the Backlot Café - one thread per member Respect Universal’s park rules This includes selfie-stick photos that peer over construction walls Content showing restricted areas or confidential material will be removed Universal team members, please be mindful that participating on these forums may not be permitted by your department Do not register if you feel that your employer may find your content or posts objectionable; use heavy discretion Please also be aware that Universal management (in all departments) does read these forums actively One account per member, please Multiple accounts are strictly prohibited and will result in a permanent ban Backseat moderation is absolutely prohibited If you see a potential area of concern, report it and move on Do not comment on the situation or dictate the actions of other members
      Moderation The moderation staff is here to keep the community civil, and have – unless overridden by an administrator – have oversight over the content and direction of this forum If you have an issue with a moderator, contact an administrator privately Members will be given three warnings before they are permanently banned Multiple accounts are not permitted Finally, please keep in mind that the moderating staff has the right to edit or remove posts as they see fit at any time. Last updated: July 2, 2016
    • Jon

      Want to upload images? Here's how!   03/14/2016

      If you'd like to post an image on the forums, we suggest registering an account on Flickr.com. Here's how:  


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About William

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Birthday December 22

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Room 11 at The Leaky Cauldron
  • Interests
    Harry Potter, theme parks, technology, art, and Universal Studios (of course)

Recent Profile Visitors

1,801 profile views
  1. You won't have to pay your first visit. I recently bought another gold pass and just showed them the ticket I received on my phone through a confirmation email. As long as you show them a printed ticket or a ticket on your phone, you should be good to go.
  2. Could this be similar to what we're rumored to be getting, though? Their show incorporates the Black Lake, so ours will obviously be different, but I wonder if ours will implement the same type of backstory involving Dementors.
  3. It does seem like SLoP might be under reconsideration. I'm wondering if they've prioritized Nintendoland at this point.
  4. I don't see it coming to fruition anytime soon, but a revamped version of Seuss Landing would be nice in our park.
  5. Can we expect to see a nighttime show for the Wizarding World as soon as Spring Break?
  6. I wouldn't say that our Wizarding World was unsuccessful. I just think the wow factor died down quite a bit since it was the third of its kind, and Orlando got an expansion while ours was still being built. Still, our park's attendance has never been higher.
  7. And the donut mayhem begins...
  8. I still don't understand why they decided to build the Studio Café. After demolishing the NBCUniversal Experience they should've kept that space open for a wider pathway. Assuming guests will be accessing the expanded Lower Lot through that passage, it's going to become a very high traffic area. Why not stretch the footprint of Panda Express toward RotM to include indoor seating so that both the Studio Café and the outdoor seating behind it can be removed?
  9. I really don't see any reason for them to bring the attraction here (whether or not it's successful). UOR was in need of a replacement for Twister, and it worked out perfectly that they could place a Jimmy Fallon ride in the New York section of USF. Our version of New York is essentially just a set of façades to cover up Shrek's show building, and we know that isn't going. Assuming Fallon remains the Studio Tour host for the foreseeable future, I don't see why they'd want to use up valuable space on property just to create another attraction that features him.
  10. Yeah, I feel like the same could've been said about last year's Freak Show portion of the AHS maze. It wasn't ridiculing or painting a bad picture of people with abnormalities, it was literally just based on a season of a television show. If people end up having an issue with an asylum theme they should be taking that up with Ryan Murphy/FX, not John Murdy/Universal.
  11. How long has USH had Grad Bash? This is new to me.
  12. They do open around the same time, but Volcano Bay opens on May 25th.
  13. I think they make up for this by having the Lunar New Year Celebration during February. I agree with you, though. It'd be nice to even see a photo op or something in Universal Plaza.
  14. Yeah, I'm guessing the stage was just made to be more durable.
  15. Disneyland and Halloween Horror Nights are two very different things, though. One is a theme park that's open everyday year-round, while the other is a seasonal event. Each attract different crowds because they cater to those specific audiences. HHN boasts a vastly different environment from Disneyland, and I'd argue that it tends to attract more rowdy and unruly guests because of it. I'm not saying alcohol will never be sold at the event, but I don't think it's fair to say that they should bring it back simply because Disneyland might start doing so.