Meet Frankenstein’s Bride at Universal Studios Hollywood – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know

  • Hollywood Universal Studios
  • Monster encounters are included with park admission
  • Look for the bride and Frankenstein in the upper lot of the theme park

It’s not that uncommon to catch a glimpse of a creepy character’s brief face in a movie before the audience fully encounters the odd figure.

A monster may peek around a corner or be seen in a shady hallway before it makes its official screen debut.

You can think of the Bride of Frankenstein’s spring visit to Universal Studios Hollywood in a similar vein.

The famous Universal Monster stopped by the Universal City theme park to greet guests in April, an engagement that coincided with spring break.

But his official debut? It just happened, in July, and coincidentally, Universal made the announcement on, you guessed it, the lucky 13th day of the month.

Now fans of the 1935 film, which featured actor Elsa Lanchester’s incredible and indelible turn as a bride, can meet her around the Upper Grounds, where she keeps company, you guessed it, with Frankenstein’s Monster. . (Or just “Frankenstein” if that’s how you roll; we got you.)

Both legends partake in meet-and-greets with guests, if you’re feeling bold enough to stop by for a “hello”, a photo, or a confident combination of the two.

It’s no surprise that the theme park team is made up of Bride lovers; the character appeared in his own haunted house during Halloween Horror Nights 2021.

The low-light adventure took on a literary twist, telling the story of this powerful character and his empowering efforts to control his destiny… and the fates of others.

If you want to meet the bride as she walks the upper lot, you’ll need entry to the park, but no separate ticket. For more on his dastardly and dazzling debut, visit the Universal Studios Hollywood social pages now.

Halloween Horror Nights introduces a new haunted house ruled by a few different universal monsters in 2022 – Dracula, the Wolfman and the Mummy are the terrifying trio that will haunt the upcoming Fall Festival – but the bride’s superior appearance during the hot days of July bring a welcome chill to the summer.

Universal Studios and NBC-owned television stations operate under the same parent company NBCUniversal.

Comments are closed.