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This thread is simple! Rather than having a million little threads about everything that goes on at Movie Park Germany, this thread is designed to consolidate it all into one user-friendly thread. Feel free to use it to post updates, trip reports, questions, comments, and of course, general discussion. TPR's Park Index


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Below are some links to past updates from the park, you may be interested in. Enjoy!





October 17th, 2006 - Vekoma Junior Suspended coaster announced as replacement for Lethal Weapon - SEE BELOW!



May 19th, 2010 - Park is purchased by Parque Reunidos

October 12th, 2010 - new ride announced for 2011, but what is it?

November 5th, 2010 - new ride revealed as a heavily themed Gertslauer Indoor coaster



January 14th, 2011 - teaser videos for new coaster

February 7th, 2011 - Van Helsing's Factory announced as the name of the coaster

March 14th, 2011 - Van Helsing update: layout, theming and construction photos

May 3rd, 2011 - A look inside of Van Helsing's ride building



April 4th, 2012 - Nickelodeon & Movie Park Germany renew licensing deal



February 18th, 2014 - new attraction announced. Dinosaur themed attraction with 360 movie projections



December 10th, 2015 - Mack coaster announced for 2016



July 6th, 2016 - Star Trek: Operation Enterprise coaster announced!



January 25th, 2018 - Mystery River to be rethemed






Accroding to this RCDB entry

http://www.rcdb.com/id3675.htm The park will add a new Vekoma Junior Suspended family coaster to replace the parks best coaster, Lethal Weapon? All I can say is this park 'is going to where?".

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Uh no...well yes and no.


No, because the new coaster is more family-oriented and will be built in the Wonderland Studios kids area.


Yes, because part of the "Lethal Weapon refurbishment budget" is now invested in this new coaster.


The park will also build a new water ride (I'd place my bets on a Splash Battle or a small log flume) and a Stargate Atlantis simulator / theatre.

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I have no ides they just have been on a ride removal rampage for the last few seasons


Try ever since Paramount took over, classic park rides had been ripped out year after year unlike anything the park has ever seen in it's history. And alot of times without equivalent replacements or no replacements at all.


As far as GL, the B.S. I heard was that PGA claimed replacement parts were no longer available, so they had to rip it out. We all know this isn't true, more like Paramount didn't feel like spending the money to keep this classic coaster running.

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  • 3 years later...

Palamon Capital Partners has sold Movie Park Germany GmbH to Parques Reunidos, an entertainment operator based in Madrid, for an undisclosed amount.


Movie Park Germany, Germany's third largest theme park, is Palamon's remaining asset of the Star Parks Group, a holding company created by Palamon in 2004 to purchase seven large-format theme parks from Six Flags, Inc. In May 2006, six of the seven parks were sold, at which time the investment reflected 2.4 times return on capital for Palamon investors.


Movie Park Germany joins Parks Meeting

Movie Movie germany germany


Parks Reunited expands its position in European Movie Park Germany theme park in the world's largest cinema in Europe.


In this way, the group already manages 69 amusement parks, major theme parks, amusement parks, zoos and water parks located in 10 countries in Europe and the U.S.. Currently, Parks Meeting is the second largest operator of leisure parks in Europe and third worldwide.


Movie Park Germany is a relevant theme park located in Germany, 60 km north of Düsseldorf. The park opened 14 years ago.


Today is the biggest theme park in the film industry in Europe, with attractions and areas dedicated, among others, the charismatic Shrek, Ice Age, or SpongeBob. To date, more than 20 million visitors have visited the park and its "Halloween Horror Festival" has been voted the "best event of the year" by specialized agencies.


Movie Park Germany has 32 attractions, including five roller coasters, five water rides and 12 attractions for children, a large number of world-renowned shows, as well as 15 shops and 24 restaurants.


Parks Meeting continues to grow, and that in the last five years has acquired more than 50 theme parks in Spain, the United States, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom, which has become one major industry groups.


Here is the original release in case anyone wants to give us a better translation.


Movie Park Germany se incorpora a Parques Reunidos

Movie germany Movie germany


Parques Reunidos amplía su posición en Europea con Movie Park Germany el parque temático del mundo del cine más grande de Europa.


De esta forma, el grupo gestiona ya 69 parques de ocio, principalmente parques temáticos, parques de atracciones, zoológicos y parques acuáticos ubicados en 10 países en Europa y Estados Unidos. Actualmente, Parques Reunidos es el segundo mayor gestor de parques de ocio de Europa y el tercero a nivel mundial.


Movie Park Germany es un parque temático de referencia ubicado en Alemania, a 60 Km. al norte de Düsseldorf. El Parque se inauguró hace 14 años.


En la actualidad es el mayor parque temático de la industria del cine en Europa, con atracciones y áreas dedicadas, entre otros, a los carismáticos Shrek, Ice Age, o Bob Esponja. Hasta la fecha, más de 20 millones de visitantes han visitado el parque, y su “Festival del horror de Halloween” ha sido votado como el “mejor evento del año” por agencias especializadas.


Movie Park Germany tiene 32 atracciones, incluyendo 5 montañas rusas, 5 atracciones de agua y 12 atracciones para niños, un gran número de espectáculos mundialmente conocidos, así como 15 tiendas y 24 restaurantes.


Parques Reunidos continúa creciendo, y es que en los últimos 5 años ha adquirido más de 50 parques de ocio, en España, Estados Unidos, Bélgica, Noruega, Dinamarca, Francia, Italia, Alemania o Reino Unido, lo que le ha constituido en uno de los principales grupos del sector.



ADMIN EDIT: I went ahead and updated the title to be more descriptive (as well as the subtitle) and have included an English translation of the original article.


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Better translation taken from the Parques Reunidos website : http://www.parquesreunidos.com/ver_noticia.php?id_noticia=45


Movie Park Germany joins Parques Reunidos

Parques Reunidos has acquired Movie Park Germany, the largest movie-related theme park in Europe.




With this new acquisition, Parques Reunidos Group owns or operates 69 different parks from all segments within the industry such as theme parks, animal parks and water parks, distributed in 10 countries mainly throughout Europe and US. Parques Reunidos is the second largest leisure park operator in Europe and the third largest leisure park operator worldwide.


Movie Park Germany is a leading leisure park in Germany located 60 Kms north of Düsseldorf. The park was opened to the public 14 years ago.


Movie Park Germany has become the largest movie theme park in Europe holding such charismatic residents as Shrek, Ice Age or SpongeBob. A total of 20 million visitors have already visited Movie Park Germany and its “Halloween Horror Fest” has been voted “Best Event of the Year” by specialist publishers.


Movie Park Germany has 32 rides; including 5 roller coasters, 5 water rides and 12 children´s rides. It has a large range of worldwide exposure shows and entertainments as well as 15 shops and 24 restaurants.


Over the past 5 years Parques Reunidos has acquired more than 50 parks in Spain, USA, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany and United Kingdom, becoming one of the world´s leading players in the sector.

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  • 4 months later...

This image was recently posted to http://www.coastertalk.de/ for a new attraction for Movie Park Germany. Some are suggesting that it's another KUKA Arm type dark ride like Forbidden Journey, or maybe a Spiderman type of vehicle. I see what kind of looks like BOTH in that picture! Any ideas? Here's the image:



"Zoom in...and enhance..."

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^i did read yesterday that the gremdlins (and track?) have been removed from the building.. and there are (were) plans to extend the building..


In any case the Terror Train halloween attraction wasn't there this year, so probably they are indeed already working in the building.

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