There are numerous adventurous fans of Hunger Games who wished they could enter the Capital or maybe bop around District 12. We have great news for them as they will certainly be happy to hear that their wishes might just come true.
It was just announced by Lionsgate Entertainment Company that it would be possible for us to completely immerse ourselves in a Hunger Games land. Namely, we will have an opportunity for this in the near distant future at a new 1.3 million-square-foot theme park in South Korea.
The motion picture company revealed that they will open a Lionsgate Movie World, a theme park in South Korea, which will be devoted to its range of films, containing different worlds, one of which will be dedicated to the Hunger Games franchise.
Lionsgate Movie World will consist of seven different lands, the so-called “zones” and each of these stands for a movie made by the studio. The theme park will be built in a luxury resort on South Korea’s Jeju Island. Namely, this is Lionsgate’s first branded theme park.
Apart from the world devoted to the Hunger Games franchise, there will also be a magic-themed Now You See Me world, a Twilight-themed zone and a world dedicated to the upcoming remake of Robin Hood, which is supposed to come out in 2018.
Jon Feltheimer, Lionsgate CEO stated they were pleased to partner with Landing International, one of Asia’s premier developers on their first branded outdoor theme park and one of the most thrilling location-based entertainment destinations.
Moreover, it is reported that guests will be able to experience actual movie scenes through attractions, state-of-the-art rides and 4D Intellectual Property reproduced streets and towns. There will also be themed restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops.
Apart from this one, several other movie studios have also ventured into this world. Disneyland is opening up a land called Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, 20th Century Fox comes with a series of international theme park lands dedicated to Titanic and the Planet of the Apes franchise and Universal Pictures opened up the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Florida.