Terminator 2: 3-D has officially closed at Universal Studios Florida after 21 years.
The 3-D attraction opened on April 27, 1996 – with the film being directed by James Cameron, and included the film’s stars Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. The film is known as being one of the most expensive films per minute, costing $24 million for 12 minutes of run time.
Fans lined up for the final show early, with a ticket needed to ensure a seat. At the end of the performance, all of the cast & crew took the stage for one last bow as the fans graciously cheered on.
A replacement has not yet been announced, but Universal states the closure will “make way for an all-new live action experience based on a high-energy Universal franchise.”
The new experience will open in 2019.