Hunger Games and Twilight are getting their own zones at a theme park in South Korea. The company that owns both movies is planning to open a theme park in South Korea which will bring those films to life.
Twilight and Hunger Games film franchises may have ended years ago but the film studio Lionsgate Movie World will be opening a new theme park in South Korea in 2019. The park will be a 1.3-million-square-foot and will allow visitors to enjoy the blockbusters Twilight and Hunger Games.
The new theme park will reportedly feature state-of-the-art rides, attractions, reproduced streets and towns, and will offer the fans a new way to relive and adore the films.
The new theme park will feature seven distinct parks, each themed around one of Lionsgate’s blockbuster films: Twilight, The Hunger Games, Divergent, Now You See Me, Saw, The Cabin In The Woods and the upcoming Robin Hood, which stars Taron Egerton in the main role and will be released in 2018. Continue reading “Hunger Games And Twilight Are Getting Their Own Theme Park”
The historic Gulfstream Hotel will be renovated, expanded and reopened soon.
A Delray Beach Developer is planning to revive the historic hotel in Lake Worth. Hudson Holdings, the Delray Beach company, is going ahead with an $80 million makeover of the Gulfstream Hotel.
The developer has announced plans to begin construction of a 12-month renovation and expansion of the hotel property this fall.
The 106-room Gulfstream Hotel at 1 Lake Avenue opened in 1924. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983.
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Dalian Wanda Group Co., Chinese conglomerate controlled by billionaire Wang Jianlin, has hired a senior former Walt Disney Co. executive to run its amusement parks.
Andrew Kam will be the new vice president of the Chinese company’s Cultural Tourism Group.
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Loews Sapphire Falls Resort, located between Royal Pacific and Cabana Bay Beach resorts, officially opened its doors and greeted its first guests on Thursday morning.
The other two Universal Orlando hotels are Portofino Bay and the Hard Rock Hotel. All the five hotels are operated by Loews Hotels & Resorts, which has 26 hotels in the United States and Canada, including in Miami Beach, Chicago, St. Petersburg, Atlanta, New York. and Washington, D.C. Continue reading “Universal Orlando Opens Its Fifth Hotel Sapphire Falls Resort”
The toddler pulled by an alligator at Walt Disney World resort was recovered dead, said the Orange County authorities. The body of 2-year-old Lane Graves was found intact around 2 p.m., 10 to 15 yards from shore on Wednesday by sheriff’s divers, said Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings at a press conference. The divers found the boy’s body some 16 hours after an alligator attacked the boy and tragged him into the Seven Seas Lagoon at the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa in Orlando Continue reading “Boy’s Body Found After Alligator Attack at Disney Resort”
Dr. Beach has named Hanauma Bay the Best Beach of 2016.
The best beach in America is Hawaii’s Hanauma Bay, according to Dr. Beach’s “Top 10 list of beaches for 2016.”
Stephen Leatherman is a Florida International University professor known as Dr. Beach. Leatherman as a coastal scientist has been reviewing beaches around the country since 1991.
For the second year in a row a beach in Hawaii has been selected as the beach No.1 on the list of America’s top ten beaches. Dr. Beach uses about 50 criteria to assess and rank beaches including water and sand quality as well as other major factors like safety and management. Continue reading “Dr. Beach Names Hawaii’s Hanauma Bay Best Beach in the USA”
Shanghai Disneyland has opened its doors for a test run ahead of the giant theme park’s official opening next month. Stunning aerial images showed China’s Disneyland lit up for the first time.
The resort’s employees, partners and stakeholders received a sneak preview of the $5.5 Billion Shanghai Park on Saturday. Disney guests can only try out some attractions, entertainment and dining facilities on selected dates over a six-week period while the world’s largest entertainment company is getting ready for the official opening of its first Disney park in Shanghai. The theme park welcomed some 30,000 visitors on just the second day of its trial run. Continue reading “Disney Lifts Veil off Shanghai Park”
The Walking Dead attraction is coming permenantly to Universal Studios Hollywood and maybe soon to Orlando.
Universal Studios Hollywood announced a brand new attraction: The Walking Dead. Following three years of seasonal Walking Dead mazes, that became widely popular as part of the park’s annual Halloween Horror Nights, the television series will come to life as a permanent, immersive walk- through attraction. The attraction is scheduled to open later this year. It is described as ‘a new year-round attraction’ that will put guests into the walker-filled world of ‘the walking dead’ in various scenarios of the TV show. Guests will walk through different settings from the series all while trying to elude the zombie-like walkers. The attraction will be using both live performers and animatronics, as well as some of the most iconic scenes and environments. Continue reading “The Walking Dead Attraction Coming to Universal Studios Hollywood”
Great Wolf Resorts Inc. is planning to build its first resort in Florida on a site across Interstate 4 from Disney World near Orlando.
The company, that is the owner and operator of a chain of indoor water parks, has declared its intentions to Orange County to build an 800-room hotel featuring a built-in water park on 50 acres of land at 8800 Meadow Creek Drive, according to county records.
Great Wolf Resorts Inc. is based in Wisconsin and has 12 locations in operation across the U.S. Continue reading “Fifty-acre Water Park Resort Planned Near Disney World”
IFly Orlando is planning to build a new skydiving attraction on a location closer to Pointe Orlando and the Orange County Convention Center. The new attraction will be located between Icebar Orlando and Wonder Works.
According to the permits that have been recently filed with the South Florida Water Management District, a new 11,260-square-foot skydiving facility is planned to be build on the new location. Continue reading “IFly to Build Another Attraction on I-Drive, Orlando”