'Hunger Games' Is Getting a Real-Life Theme Park

Jennifer Lawrence in 'The Hunger Games'

Most of us probably haven't wished we could live inside The Hunger Games. But now, it's possible to visit Panem -- with a little less mayhem and fighting. A Hunger Games theme park is coming to China, and it actually sounds pretty cool. 

... just as long as we don't have to volunteer as tribute.

  • The Hunger Games theme park is part of a big, indoor park geared toward adults.

    According to the Associated Press, the park will include more than 25 attractions, and the building is 10 stories high.

    Sounds like a fun way to spend a hot day. 

    The location is on Hengquin Island, and it sounds like there's a lot to look forward to for Katniss's superfans.

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  • The park will include Hunger Games-themed restaurants, a salon, and a 3D ride.

    The ride is called Mockingjay Flight Rebel Escape, and it takes riders through the streets of Panem before they fly over the Capitol. 

    And speaking of the Capitol ... that's one of the locations fans will get to explore in the park. There's also a salon called Capitol Couture where fans of Effie Trinket can get looks as outrageous as hers. 

    And as for the food?

    There will be the Capitol Club and Peeta's Bakery.


  • There will also be themed areas for other movies, such as Divergent and Twilight.

    Twilight Saga: Midnight Ride is an interactive motorcycle ride with Jacob driving through Forks, while Twilight Saga: Bella's Journey is a ride that will take fans through scenes from the movie. Sounds pretty cool to us! 

    According to Forbes, the Divergent area will include an interactive attraction called Dauntless, allowing fans to complete "physical challenges on a virtual gangplank." 

    Even more of our favorite movies will be represented in the park too -- including Now You See Me, Gods of Egypt, and Escape Plan.

  • This park sounds amazing for movie fans, and it opens on July 31.

    If anyone needs us, we'll be looking for flights to China. This sounds like a truly incredible experience and totally worth the long plane ride.

    We can't wait to see more photos and videos when the park opens next week. Maybe we should start practicing our archery skills.