LA Gets Its Own Wizarding World

Universal Studios Hollywood is replacing The Gibson Ampitheatre with a new Wizarding World of Harry Potter attraction.

This represents a phase in NBCUniversal’s $1.6 billion Evolution Plan, unanimously approved by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors on April 23. Universal sweetened its proposal by agreeing to contribute $13.5 million to help revitalize the L.A. River and improve its adjacent bike path.

That means work can begin this summer on the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, as well as upgraded TV production studios, office space and infrastructure on the Universal Studios lot. Besides the new attraction, NBCUniversal’s 25-year plan calls for upgrades throughout the 391-acre Universal City property, including new office, retail and studio space and post-production facilities.

1 thought on “LA Gets Its Own Wizarding World

  1. What could they possibly do to fix the L. A. River? All I can think of is they could break up the concrete and let it revert to a flow over dirt, what flow there is.

    Or are they going to set up movie exhibits from all the films which were made with people on the concrete?

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