How to Make a Mega Movie Deal

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How to Make a Mega Movie Deal
Universal Studios Florida
Opening dateSummer, 1991
Closing date1993
Replaced byAT&T at the Movies
General statistics
Attraction typeWalk Through Exhibit
ThemeMotion Picture Industry
Sponsored byAT&T Wireless

How to Make a Mega Movie Deal was an attraction formerly located at Universal Studios Florida.[1] It opened in 1991, a year after the park opened,[2] and was closed in 1993 to make way for AT&T at the Movies. It was not much of a major attraction, though it was themed to Universal's and the rest of Hollywood's movie industry, and was similar to the park's Lucy: A Tribute attraction, also in the Hollywood area.

The attraction[edit]


In 1990, Universal Studios Florida released this official synopsis:


The exterior facade of the building was themed to The Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles, California and The Garden of Allah in Hollywood. The attraction was a small exhibit themed to the movie industry, and included many exhibits, games, and videos about the industry. It also featured a small storyline of a man progressing from a mail room employee to a studio executive in Hollywood.[3]


The attraction opened a year after the park, in Spring, 1991. It was closed in 1993, and was replaced by AT&T at the Movies, which opened in 1998 and was also removed, in 2001. The inside of the building was then turned into Cafe La Bamba, a seasonal restaurant, while the former entrance was converted into a Universal Express pass distribution area for the Woody Woodpecker's Kidzone area attractions, which was closed in 2007.


  1. ^ "Universal Studios Florida 1991 Park Map". Universal Studios. Archived from the original on 2011-07-17. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ "Travel Advisory, Universal Adds 3 Shows in Florida". New York Times. April 21, 1991.
  3. ^ Kolbar (December 27, 2007). "Other Former Attractions?". IOA Central.