Universal trademarks may shed light on future theme park rides

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A series of trademarks filed by a Universal Parks & Resorts-related entity and film giant DreamWorks Animation may give a peek at what’s planned for Orlando’s latest theme park, Epic Universe.

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The components of Epic Universe, which Universal Orlando plans to open in 2025, still are primarily a mystery with the exception of Super Nintendo World — a land themed after the popular video game properties. The estimated $1 billion-plus theme park is under construction on hundreds of acres of land off Universal Boulevard.

Here are the names of some of the trademarks filed, according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office:

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