Comedian Jimmy Fallon made his debut Thursday morning as the new video host of Universal Studios Hollywood's behind-the-scenes Studio Tour. To celebrate, Fallon belted out his own rendition of Tram-tastic, the original new Studio Tour theme song he wrote himself.
Fallon provides a live narration of the Studio Tour combined with a series of entertaining HD clips in the tram cars. The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon host replaces former virtual guide Whoopi Goldberg, who's been the tour guide since 2006.
When asked by IBT how long he'd like to host the tour, Fallon replied that he would love to go on for 10 years.
And 20 years? Even better! he says.
IBTimes was on the scene to experience an upgraded and lively behind-the-scenes movie tour, including the world's largest and most intense new King Kong 360 4-D experience (which IBT reports as absolutely fantastic and thrilling) and the rebuilt New York streets.
In early pre-dawn hours on June 1st, 2008, a major fire broke out at Universal Studios Hollywood's lower lot, burning over a two block area that included the King Kong attraction and Courthouse Square building featured in Back to the Future, along with New York streets.
Throughout the years, over 150 million visitors have experienced the Universal Studios Hollywood's Studio Tour to take a peek at behind-the-scenes TV and movie sets.