ORLANDO, Fla. — As Universal wraps up Halloween Horror Nights 31, the resort is already sharing details about next year’s event.
What You Need To Know
- Universal has announced the first haunted house for the 2023 edition of Halloween Horror Nights
- The after-hours event will feature a house inspired by SYFY and USA's "Chucky" series
- The Chucky character has been featured at past Halloween Horror Nights events
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A haunted house inspired by SYFY and USA Network’s “Chucky” series will be part of the lineup at both Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal announced Monday. It’s the first house to be announced for 2023.
Chucky is the killer doll character from the Child’s Play film franchise. The character has been featured at past Halloween Horror Nights events on both coasts, including in haunted houses, scare zones and photo ops.
In Orlando this year, the character was also the inspiration behind one of the themed food booths. The menu featured items with names like, “The Good Guy Burger,” “Chili Lee Ray” and “Wanna Play? Beignet.”
Beyond the Chucky house, Universal hasn’t released any other details about next year’s event. Event dates, the number of houses and the number of scare zones have not yet been shared.
This year's event featured a variety of haunted houses and scare zones, including Halloween, inspired by John Carpenter's 1978 film; The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare, inspired by music from The Weeknd; and Universal Monsters: Legends Collide, featuring The Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy.