Theme Park Warrior

Disaster A Motion Picture Ride

Location:Orlando, Florida, United States
Theme Park:Universal Studios
Year Built:2008
Indoor or OutdoorIndoor
Attraction Location:Universal Studios
Height Requirements:None
Line Priority:Universal Express Pass
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Film Producer Frank Kincaid has opened his sound stage up for the viewing public. That is if you dare to take this adventure.

Entering the sound stage you are greeted by Mr. Kincaid’s Assistant Director, where all guests are encouraged to squeeze in, so many can enjoy this experience. Have you ever dreamed of appearing in a Hollywood Film; well then have I got a gig for you, because Mr. Kincaid’s assistant is looking for 7 volunteers. Just remember the name of the studio “Disaster”. I hope you have you stunt bravery if you choose to volunteer.

Once the volunteers are chosen everyone heads into the next room where a special celebrity appearance will give you many emotions. After this very brief meet in greet, you’re off to the first sound studio. Your volunteers have been prepped and are ready for their first film appearance.

The volunteers film various scenes behind those infamous “green screen”, so getting to see that technology put to use is amazing. Don’t worry for all you guests in the audience you will be able to get a small film appearance as well, so be ready for your queue to look alive, or frightened, or nervous, or act brave?

Once all the scenes have been filmed you are off to the final sound stage. Wait….. is that a subway we are boarding. Yes, this San Francisco subway car is your big chance to be an extra in the climactic special effects finale of Mr. Kincaid’s film. You’ll experience a cataclysmic earthquake that causes the ground above you to open up and rain down huge chunks of concrete debris. Pillars crumble, trucks crash and explode in flames, a runaway train heads right for you and 65,000 gallons of water flood the underground station. Be sure to watch the exciting movie trailer at the end of the scene, as you may just be making your big screen debut!

No Height Requirement, but Children under 48″ must be accompanied by a Supervising Companion.