click to enlarge Photo by Chad Sparkes/Flickr Not long ago, leaked internal documents showed that Universal Orlando’s still unannounced, but certainly happening, third theme park was to be called “Fantastic Worlds.” Trademarks for that name were filed last June, but now it looks like Warner Brothers might object to the new name. Warner Brothers has filed two extensions on the “Time to Oppose for Good Cause” related to the trademark. The new park was rumored to have a Fantastic Beasts area and the thought is some people may confuse Fantastic Beasts and the Wizard World, the overarching name for Harry Potter themed theme park lands, with the name Fantastic Worlds. There has yet to be a formal objection to the name, but Warner Brothers is clearly taking their time to evaluate the name. The irony is that the new park, like Universal Orlando’s two current parks, would prominently feature Harry Potter-themed areas, meaning significant profits for Warner Brothers, who owns the Harry Potter film rights, which the lands are based on. As Lance Hart of Screamscape speculated, Universal likely has multiple back-up names just in case the Fantastic Worlds name can’t be used, but if they choose to double down… Read full this story
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