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Video: Go behind the scenes of Universal’s Mega Film Parade

Video: Go behind the scenes of Universal’s Mega Film Parade

Just days after its premiere at Universal Studios Florida, we took a look behind the scenes of the new Mega Movie Parade that marched through the park!

What’s going on:

  • We were in Universal Orlando Come early today to learn more about the newest entertainment offering at Universal Studios Florida – Universal’s Mega Movie Parade!
  • In the video above, learn more about the creative thinking and design that went into the new production, as well as some behind-the-scenes info on the new interactive bubble wands that were included in the parade!

  • Making their first public appearance on July 3, fans love watching some of Universal’s most beloved movie stories leap off the screen and into the streets of Universal Studios Florida during the Universal Mega Movie Parade, a spectacular celebration of iconic films. ET, Back to the Future, Jaws, Ghostbusters, Jurassic WorldLighting Minions AND Sing and DreamWorks Animation Trolls AND Kung Fu Panda.
  • Universal Mega Movie Parade is Universal Orlando’s largest daytime parade to date. It combines 13 all-new floats, nearly 100 performers – including dancers, ice skaters, stilt walkers, POI performers and more – and special effects to create a stunning experience where guests can experience classic movie moments in a whole new way.

  • Guests will be delighted to see the enormous 16-foot Stay Puft Marshmallow Man at the top Ghostbusters float, colorful caterpillar and giant rainbows on the vibrant water Trolls Float, a live marching drum group, performs the iconic soundtrack to the film Jaws next to a platform referring to the film, and for the epic finale – a gyroscope, raptors and a menacing tyrannosaurus rex on board Jurassic World swim – and much more.
  • You can watch our video of the parade’s first public performance below.

  • If you would like to visit Universal Orlando and see the Mega Movie Parade for yourself, be sure to contact our friends at Mouse Fans Journey who can help you with any booking related issues.

Tony Betty

Originally from California, where he studied a dying art form (hand-drawn animation), Tony has spent most of his adult life in the Orlando theme parks. When he’s not writing for LP, you can usually find him watching and studying something animated or arguing about the “good old days” at the parks.