Comcast executives said they are looking at planning a fourth theme park for Universal Orlando, hoping to ramp up the resort from a two- to three-day destination to a weeklong destination.
During Thursday's earnings call, an analyst asked about the company filing a patent application last month for the name Fantastic Worlds, wondering if that indicated plans for another theme park for the resort.
"In terms of a new [theme park] in Florida, we are looking at it," NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke said, adding that the company filed a name registration.
Another theme park would "have the advantage of turning Florida from a two- or three-day destination to potentially a weeklong destination," Burke said.
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