As far back as 1915, the folks at Universal Studios in Hollywood were already thinking of bringing audiences closer to its movies. It opened its doors at Universal City to the public at a small fee and offered studio tours, sharing with them a slice of movie magic. Several unfortunate fires, changes in management and some expansions later, it opened its first theme park in 1964. Let's look at some popular movies-inspired attractions at Universal Studios all over the world. Today, this foresight in uniting movies and theme park attractions has evolved into four Universal Studios (two in the US, one in Japan and one in Singapore), with one more in the pipeline.