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The Croods: A New Age drive-in experience coming to Universal CityWalk Hollywood

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Universal CityWalk Hollywood is holding a drive-in screening and experience of The Croods: A New Age, which is coming to cinemas on November 25 in the US.

As cinemas remain closed in Los Angeles, Universal and DreamWorks Animation are offering The Croods: A New Age as a drive-in attraction between November 19 and 24.

The Croods: A New Age will be shown on a giant LED screen, and visitors will be treated to an exclusive pre-show featuring DreamWorks Animation content and a snack box.

In addition, guests will enjoy an immersive drive-through experience before the screening where they will preview the world of The Croods.

The Croods 2 previewing at Universal CityWalk

This will feature recreations of the film’s most exciting locations and characters, including the Treehouse, Monkey Lair, and Thunder Sisters.

There will also be interactive photo opportunities, and guests are permitted to leave their cars during the screening to purchase additional F&B at Universal CityWalk.

However, visitors must remain in their vehicle at all times during the drive-through experience, and a face mask must be worn at all times when outside of vehicles.

The Croods: A New Age follows a prehistoric family and stars Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone, Nicholas Cage and Kelly Marie Tran.

Immersive drive-through experience of The Croods

Drive-through or drive-in experiences are becoming increasingly popular amid COVID-19, with World of Illumination recently unveiling its drive-through holiday theme park Candy Rush.

Hyundai also partnered with the Museum of Latin American Art on a safe, free drive-thru art experience, and others include a drive-through art experience in Rotterdam. 

The Luna Drive In Cinema also opened a drive-in cinema at Thorpe Park, and Netflix’s Stranger Things got a unique drive-through experience in LA.

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Bea Mitchell

Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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