Missing Don Draper? The tortured advertising executive was last seen in Mad Men’s 2015 seminal finale, where he’s shown meditating in a hippie commune—and coming up with one of Coca Cola’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 Peeta’s Bakery (one of the main characters in the film is a baker named Peeta). There’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 Korea’s Jeju Island called Lionsgate Movie World and an attraction in Henquin, China called Lionsgate Entertainment World.