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Van Helsing: Fortress Dracula Debuts at USH

Universal Studios Hollywood: Universal Studios Hollywood turns again to Stephen Sommers, who was on hand to open the latest version of the park's walk-through maze attraction.

From Robert Niles
Posted May 12, 2004 at 5:29 PM


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From Robert Niles
Posted May 12, 2004 at 8:43 PM
Providing further evidence that yours truly is an idiot, I was on my way back from the press event before I realized that Elena Anaya was the star of what is my favorite audacious guilty pleasure movie scene of all time. (And no, I am not going discuss that little detail any further on this presumably family-friendly board.)

My chance to go full-on groveling stalker, and I blow it. I didn't even get enough shots for a TPI members-only Elena Anaya photo gallery. Like I said: I. Am. An. Idiot.

From Kevin Baxter
Posted May 16, 2004 at 5:44 PM
Was it just a press event, or did you get to go on it? I don't see anything reviewy here, dammit!

BTW, who went on the Chicken Run walkthrough? Was it cool?

Oh, and I don't want to burst your bubble here, Robert, but that wasn't really her in that scene. It was only BASED on her.

From Robert Niles
Posted May 16, 2004 at 6:00 PM
They had the walk-through lit and tricked out for TV cameras, so I don't consider what they had going last week a true represenation of the attraction. I'm going through as a "normal" guest this week when I go back to Universal for a hard-hat tour of Mummy.

I'll write about both Wednesday.

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