Universal Orlando is closing Terminator 2: 3-D this October

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Hasta la vista, baby.

Terminator 2: 3-D will make its last run on Sunday Oct. 8 at the Universal Orlando Resort. The theme park announced Thursday a new live action experience will replace the ride in 2019.



The sci-fi thriller-themed attraction takes place in an indoor theater that uses 3D film, stage acting and special effects and made its debut in 1996.

There are no official details at this time about what this 2019 attraction will be exactly. But Theme Park Insider suggests a Pitch Perfect musical or even a Jason Bourne-themed show would make for great upgrades.


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