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Terminator 2: 3-D Theme Park Attraction - Outstanding Achievement Award (1997)

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Added by Andrew Casali
2 months ago on 2 April 2017 18:47

At the 4th Annual (1997) THEA (now TEA) Awards Gala, Terminator 2:3D, The Battle Across Time at Universal Studios Florida won the award for Outstanding Achievement in Theme Park Attractions.

About Terminator 2 3-D:
T2 3-D: Battle Across Time is an attraction at various Universal Studios parks around the world including those in Florida and Japan. The version of the ride at Universal Studios Hollywood closed in 2012.

The attraction is a mini-sequel to Terminator 2: Judgment Day and reunites director James Cameron and the main cast from the movie, including Arnold Schwarzenegger as The Terminator, Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, Edward Furlong as John Connor, and Robert Patrick as the T-1000. The show was presented in two parts; a pre-show where a Cyberdyne Systems company hostess shows guests a brief video presentation about the company's innovations, and the main show, where live performers interact with a 3-D film.

Seen in video:
Arnold Schwarzenegger - Actor
Eddie Newquist - Creative Director, Universal Creative
Edward Furlong - Actor
Linda Hamilton - Actor
James Cameron - Director
John Bruno - Director
Stan Winston - Director
Gary Goddard - Writer
Robert Patrick - Actor
Chip Largman - Senior Vice President, Universal Creative

Landmark Entertainment Group, Lightstorm Entertainment, MCA Planning and Development (Universal Creative)

© 1997 Themed Entertainment Association
(http://www.teaconnect.org/)

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No copyrights infringed. All works property of the company listed above. Please do not reproduce without their expressed written consent.

About Themed Entertainment Association:
The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) is the international non-profit association representing the world’s leading creators, developers, designers and producers of compelling places and experiences - worldwide.

Our members bring specific expertise in a variety of disciplines to a field that is constantly evolving: the creation of successful, highly engaging, out of home visitor attractions and experiences in the leisure and travel sector. These entertaining and educational projects include theme parks, water parks, museums, zoos, corporate visitor centers, casinos, restaurants, branded experiences, multimedia spectaculars, retail spaces, resorts and hospitality, destination attractions and more.

TEA members are innovators and problem solvers whose careers are spent confronting and overcoming unique challenges. They are specialists in realizing one-of-a-kind projects that have never been built before, and opening new frontiers of technical integration, creative storytelling, visitor engagement and brand extension.

TEA was founded in 1991 and now encompasses some 1,000 members and four primary Divisions: Eastern North America, Western North America, Europe & Middle East, and Asia Pacific. In the 20+ years of its existence, TEA has changed the global conversation about how great guest experiences are conceived and realized, and focused international attention on a vital niche of popular culture. Two of its leading contributions are the annual Thea Awards, now recognized worldwide as a top industry honor, and the annual SATE conference (Storytelling, Architecture, Technology, Experience).

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