MOVIE PARK - Germany
Park News - (4/6/12) Movie Park Germany has renewed their licensing deal with Nickelodeon with the signing of a new six-year deal, effective April 2012.
(4/1/11) Movie Park Germany has confirmed that it will add the Lo-Q virtual queue system this season.
(5/21/10 - update) MoviePark Germany has announced that they have been bought by Parque Reunidos for an undisclosed sum from Palamon Capital Partners. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, the park may have been sold for around 50 million Euros.
2013 - Ice Age revamp, TMNT Driving School, Stunt Show Rehab and More - (2/13/13) ParkScout reports that Movie Park Germany will revise their Ice Age dark ride in 2013 to include scenes from all four films. The park will also open a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle themed driving school attraction in Nickland that will replace Dora’s Adventure Express. The Danny Phantom themed flat ride will be moved outdoors to the entrance of Nickland and rethemed to Cosmo and Wanda, and the park will also open a “revised” stunt show for the season as well.
(9/28/12) Movie Park Germany confirmed that they are still planning to transform the attraction, “Ice Age Adventure” in 2013. No details were released on what will be done however.
(4/25/12) ParksTrip.FR reports that Movie Park Germany has announced some changes on the way over the next couple of years. In 2013 there will be a renovation to the Ice Age Adventure and two Nickland area attractions. The Crazy Action Stunt Show will also undergo a complete overhaul for 2013.
???? - New Coaster - On Hold - (9/28/12) The local news reports that Movie Park Germany has called a halt to their 10 million Euro plan to build a new 45-meter tall coaster at the park in 2014. It seems the owners (Parque Reunidos) want to invest more on parks in Italy and Spain that are in need of new capital instead in 2014 and new plans for 2014 will be drawn up for Movie Park Germany instead.
(5/29/12) According to this website, Movie Park Germany is planning a 45 meter tall roller coaster near the park’s entrance to open in 2014 and has submitted plans to the city to obtain the zoning permission. The news article also talks about possibly using a catapult / launch system coaster design, but this has not been finalized. The cost of the proposed coaster will be over 10 million Euros.
(4/25/12) ParkTrip.FR reports that a new roller coaster will be added to the park for 2014. Future expansions beyond this will see a renovation to the Mystery River ride as well as construction of an official hotel resort.