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‘Ghostbusters,’ ‘Bad Boys’ Immersive Experiences Coming to Chicago From Sony Pictures

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K.J. Yossman Fans will soon be able to bring their ghost-busting fantasies to life thanks to Sony Pictures’ first-ever immersive entertainment destination, which is set to open in Chicago next year.

Named Wonderverse, the 45,000 square-foot experience will allow audiences to step into the worlds of the company’s films, series and video games including “Ghostbusters,” “Bad Boys, “Zombieland,” “Jumanji” and “Uncharted.” On offer will be a mix of themed physical and immersive multi-media experiences, interactive installations, attractions and dining options including escape rooms, VR and bumper cars as well as bars and restaurants.

After 8 p.m. Wonderverse will transform into an adults-only venue, open to guests aged 21 and over. Wonderverse highlights include: “Ghostbusters” Virtual Reality Academy and Ghost Trap BarTwo VR experiences, one, called Arena, which allows fans to suit up with proton packs and bust some ghosts while the other, called Blitz, enables audiences to jump into an ECTO hovercraft and go for a spin.

The Ghost Trap bar will also be open to those who fancy something with a bit of spirit. Bad Boys Racing ClubA racing simulator set along a Miami-inspired skyline giving fans a chance to go on a high-speed chase with plenty of photo-ops. Zombieland Bumper Cars and Pacific PlaygroundNot your typical bumper car ride, in this version one driver is chosen as Patient Zero – and with each bump infects other cars.

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