Last year, “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” celebrated its 40th anniversary, but E.T. Adventure in Universal Studios Florida was stuck in the past with posters for the film’s 30th anniversary still up in the queue. The posters have finally been replaced with more general “E.T.” posters, including artwork that matches the new interplanetary passport cards.
These posters line the initial section of the queue where guests split into groups before entering the building.
The first poster features Elliot and E.T. on the bike flying over the woods.
The moon takes up the entire background.
The posters feature the film’s original tagline, reading, “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in his adventure on earth.”
A second poster has an orange color scheme, with E.T. and his glowing finger at the center.
He points another finger at the sunset behind silhouettes of the film’s characters.
The next poster features E.T. sitting on the ground in front of his floating spaceship.
And the final poster has E.T. peeking out of the bottom, with the woods and city behind him.
A rainbow streaks across the night sky beneath the film’s title.
Watch our full E.T. Adventure POV video to see the previous posters that were in the queue: