Celebrities are just like the rest of us. Some of them can’t get enough out of the haunting season and it seems that during their downtime they’ve made it a priority to get the pants scared off of them at Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Since kicking off on Friday, Sept. 15 with a horror star-studded red carpet, Halloween Horror Nights has seen its share of celebs walk through its gates and be immediately greeted by its horde of “scaractors.”
“Parks and Recreation” and “Ingrid Goes West” star Aubrey Plaza showed the monsters who was boss with her stoic expression. Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and his kids, Landon and Alabama, are huge horror fans and have made the annual trek a family affair. Model and “Loveline with Amber Rose” podcast host Amber Rose stopped by for a scream and rapper Tyga played it cool in the frightening face of a demented Jack-O-Lantern. Recording artist Becky G and her beau, LA Galaxy soccer player Sebastian LIetget, snuggled up when things got too tense and singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha didn’t let a monster ruin her striking a pose.
Take a look through the photo slideshow to see which other celebrities have braved Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Halloween Horror Nights features attractions based on the Starz TV series “Ash vs Evil Dead,” Stanley Kubrick’s psychological thriller “The Shining,” FX’s “American Horror Story: Roanoke,” the latest installation of the “Saw” franchise – “Jigsaw,” and Titans of Terror, a maze featuring slasher legends Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees and Leatherface. Halloween Horror Nights creators also teamed up with Blumhouse Productions and producer Jason Blum to create an attraction that explores the forthcoming chapter of the “Insidious” franchise and a three-in-one attraction that features Blumhouse’s films “Sinister,” “The Purge” and its latest, due out on Friday, Oct. 13, “Happy Death Day.”
Horror director, writer and producer Eli Roth even made his commercial directorial debut this year with a 30-second bi-coastal commercial titled “The Mourning After” for Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood and Orlando.
Of course, fans can also roam the permanent walk-through attraction based on AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” and award-winning hip-hop dance crew The Jabbawockeez have returned this year with an all-new, high-energy show that runs multiple times throughout the evening.
Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Night
When: 7 p.m. (or 5 p.m. early entry) on select dates through Saturday, Nov. 4
Where: Universal Studios Hollywood, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City
Tickets: $65-$95 General admission tickets; $95-$139 after-2 p.m. Day/Night Combo tickets ($199-$259 tickets with Front-of-Line pass); $159 Frequent Fear passes; $169-$129 Front-of-Line tickets; $269-$319 for the R.I.P. Tour. All passes can be purchased at HalloweenHorrorNights.com/Hollywood.
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