It will feature specially designed roller coasters to give visitors an immersive experience of the story about heroine Katniss Everdeen. There will also be a theatrical section with dance shows in tribute to the movie Step Up and attractions based on Divergent.
Though Hunger Games rests on the idea of children fighting to the death, producers insist they have arrived at an intelligent and fascinating model.
Tim Palen, chief brand officer of Lions Gate, told the New York Times he has been working on the idea since the first movie came out three years ago.
'The more we thought about it, the more we realized there was a major opportunity,' he told the newspaper. 'Not just to create something smart and captivating that Hunger Games fans would love, but to bring all of our franchises alive in new ways.'