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Universal Studios is a film and television company known for franchises such as Back to the Future, Jurassic ParkJaws, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Despicable Me, Universal Monsters, and The Fast and the Furious. They are also known for their chain of amusement parks that feature rides, shows, and even entire areas based on various themes from popular culture, many of which are not owned by them, and some of which are Warner Bros' own franchises.

They are the company responsible for allowing permission to use Back to the Future, Jurassic WorldE.T. The Extra-Terrestrial and Knight Rider in LEGO Dimensions. They previously worked with LEGO by providing a license to make sets based on Jurassic Park III and also provided the license for Warner Bros. and TT Games to make LEGO Jurassic World.​​​​


  • LEGO Dimensions is not the first time Universal and Warner Bros. have collaborated together. The two companies were also involved in funding production of Amblin Entertainment's 1996 film Twister, which resulted in the two sharing distribution rights for certain areas of the world.
    • The companies also cooperated in making of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort's Islands of Adventure theme park, which opened in 2010, and was expanded to sister park Universal Studios Florida in 2014, and opened at Universal Studios Hollywood in 2016. The parks also feature rides based on Jurassic Park and formerly, a ride based on Back to the Future, as well as a music attraction based on Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice's Rock and Rock Graveyard Revue which was closed on January 5, 2016 in Orlando to give way for Fast and Furious: Supercharged.
      • Coincidentally, these parks also feature rides based on other franchises that have been adapted for LEGO sets such as SpongeBob SquarePants, The Simpsons and the characters of Marvel Comics, along with former attractions that include a special effects show based on Ghostbusters and a motion simulator based on Hanna-Barbera's library of cartoons.
  • Universal has collaborated many times with acclaimed director and producer Steven Spielberg, having worked on Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, Jaws, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, and Schindler's List.
  • Universal's parent company is NBCUniversal, which means they have connections to the NBC television network.
  • Universal is currently the company, other than Warner Bros., with the most licensed franchises that have been used for the game, having licensed four franchises.
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