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Paramount Theme Park In Kent


Paramount Theme Park In Kent, Paramount theme park in Swanscombe: Titanic and Shrek rides for north Kent? THE POSSIBILITIES for attractions inside proposed Paramount theme park at Swanscombe are endless.

Taking a look at the Paramount Pictures portfolio and rides previously built at the company’s theme parks, north Kent thrill-seekers may be in for a treat if the plans get the go ahead.

The firm has reeled off blockbuster after blockbuster since it was established in 1912.

Titanic, the Paranormal Activity trilogy, Shrek, the 2003 re-make of the Italian Job and the Spongebob Squarepants movie – these all came from Paramount headquarters in Hollywood.

Even last year’s Justin Bieber – Never Say Never the Movie was a Paramount production.

There were previously six Paramount theme parks in the United States but these were all sold-off and re-branded during a company re-shuffle in 2006.

Today, they are operated without the Paramount backing but in their heyday, rides on offer included Tomb Raider: The Ride and The Italian Job: Stunt Tracks.

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One Response to "Paramount Theme Park In Kent"

  1. conor says:

    Wow a theme park just up the road this could bring masses of regeneration for the whole of the south east i live in the medway towns and this is exactly what is needed to give a well needed boost to the economy. However they will have to build another thames crossing and i say we should build the hub airport to bring more visitors to kent this will also bring thousands of jobs !!

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