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|Location||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|Operated by||Dubai Parks and Resorts|
|Opened||December 16, 2016|
Motiongate Dubai is a Hollywood-inspired theme park located in Dubai Parks and Resorts, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, showcasing themed areas and attractions based on DreamWorks Animation, Columbia Pictures, Lionsgate, and The Smurfs and was opened on December 16, 2016.
Motiongate Dubai is operated by Dubai Parks and Resorts. The park's opening date was originally scheduled on October 31, 2016, but was postponed due construction delays. It was opened on December 16, 2016.
Theme park operations were temporarily suspended in March 2020 due to COVID-19 precautionary measures. It was supposed to reopen on April 8, 2020 but the closure was extended for the summer period with the destination reopening on September 23, 2020. The company will "focus on the roll-out of the enhancement programme and completion of maintenance works during the closure period". The enhancement programme will introduce 12 new rides at the destination. Installation of eight rides will be completed by Q3 2020 with the remaining four rides expected to be completed by Q4 2020.
- Studio Central - a park's main entrance area with shopping and dining facilities, themed around Hollywood.
- Columbia Pictures - based on Sony Pictures' films and franchises such as Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Hotel Transylvania, Ghostbusters, Zombieland, The Green Hornet, and Screen Gems' Underworld.
- DreamWorks - an indoor area that contains four sub-area all based on DreamWorks Animation franchises such as Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon, and Trolls.
- Shrek- highly themed area with a dark ride, and a flat ride for children.
- Madagascar - based on Madagascar 3 and themed after a Circus.
- Kung Fu Panda - Chinese themed area featuring a 3D simulator and a flat ride.
- How to Train Your Dragon - Viking area with a highly themed coaster adventure.
- The Smurfs' Village - themed to Peyo's The Smurfs.
- Lionsgate - based on Lionsgate films. It has only two rides based on The Hunger Games film adaptation franchise and a stage show based on the Step Up film series. New IP attractions coming to this land include Now You See Me film adaptation franchise, and John Wick film series.
- Zombieland Blast-off - a drop tower.
- The Green Hornet: High Speed Chase - a Gerstlauer Bobsled roller coaster.
- Hotel Transylvania - a trackless dark ride.
- Underworld 4D - a 4D show. The following attraction contains depictions not suitable for children age 15 and under.
- Ghostbusters: Battle For New York - a 3D interactive shooting dark ride.
- Flint's Imagination Lab - an indoor interactive attraction aimed to younger guests age 12 and younger.
- Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: River Expedition - a river rapid-based water ride.
- Ghostbuster Block Party - street show
- Dragon Gliders - a powered inverted roller coaster created by Mack Rides.
- Shrek's Merry Fairy Tale Journey - a trackless dark ride
- Madagascar Mad Pursuit - a launched Gerstlauer Infinity coaster.
- Melman-Go-Round - Carousel created by Concept1900 Entertainment
- Penguin Air - a Zamperla Magic Bike.
- Swamp Celebration - a Disk'O.
- Kung Fu Panda Academy
- Mr. Ping's Noodle Fling - a teacup ride.
- King Julien's Side Show Stomp - a live show.
- Operation Penguin Shake
- Fountain of Dreams
- Kung Fu Panda: Unstoppable Awesomeness - a motion simulator.
- The Swinging Viking - a pirate ship ride.
- Camp Viking
- How to train your dragon
The Smurfs' Village
- Smurfberry Factory - a play area.
- Smurf Village Express - a Gerstlauer junior roller coaster.
- Smurfs Studio Tours - a traditional dark ride.
- Woodland Play Park - an outdoor play area.
- Smurfs Village Playhouse - a live, animated interactive show.
- Step Up Dubai, All In! - a live show.
- Panem Aerial Tour - a motion simulator.
- Capitol Bullet Train - a Mack Rides launched coaster.
- (Under Construction) John Wick: Open Contract - a S&S 4DFreeFly coaster.
- (Under Construction) Now You See Me: High Roller - a Maurer Rides GmbH Spinning coaster.
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|DreamWorks Animation (Universal Pictures/NBCUniversal/Comcast)||Shrek
How to Train Your Dragon
Kung Fu Panda
Puss in Boots
|Columbia Pictures||Hotel Transylvania
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
|Peyo||The Smurfs||Papa Smurf
|Lionsgate||The Hunger Games
two new roller coasters are being added to the area with a planned opening date of "early 2021" those rollercoasters are John Wick: Open Contract - a S&S 4DFreeFly coaster and Now You See Me: High Roller - a Maurer Rides GmbH Spinning coaster.
Motiongate Fright Nights (October 2018) - Held from the 18th of October until the 3rd of November, it featured 2 scare areas and a Saw themed maze.
Motiongate Fright Nights 2 (October 2019) - Held from the 24th of October until the 22nd of November. Horrors from the screen featured photobooth from famous horror movies in history. Haunting of the Old Graveyard was a storytelling show. Into the Deadlands was a maze themed after a post-apocalyptic Earth. Zombieland was a maze with zombies.
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- Nagraj, Aarti (2020-07-05). "Dubai Parks and Resorts to stay closed in summer, reopen on September 23". Gulf Business. Retrieved 2020-07-23.