Missing Don Draper? The tortured advertising executive was last seen in Mad Menâ€™s 2015 seminal finale, where heâ€™s shown meditating in a hippie communeâ€”and coming up with one of Coca Colaâ€™s classic TV commercials in the process. Fans of the show can relive the groundbreaking series by visiting the upcoming movie and TV show-themed park at Times Square where a Mad Men restaurant will open.
Called Lionsgate Entertainment City, the New York City park will welcome visitors in 2019. According to entertainment publication Deadline, it will also feature a Hunger Games flying attraction, a Divergent-themed obstacle course, and a John Wick shooting ride.
Hunger Games fans can also look forward to buying pastries from Peetaâ€™s Bakery (one of the main characters in the film is a baker named Peeta). Thereâ€™s also the Capitol Confectionary, a candy store inspired by the debauched capital city in the trilogy.
Lionsgate will also open a theme park in South Koreaâ€™s Jeju Island called Lionsgate Movie World and an attraction in Henquin, China called Lionsgate Entertainment World.