The £3.5 billion mega garden has been described as the UK’s answer to Disneyland.
London Paramount will be based near Dartford in Kent, covering an area of 872 acres.
The exciting attraction will boast more than 50 rides, a 2,000-seat show business and its own nightclub.
London Paramount is set to be open by 2022.
Paramount is the California studio behind iconic Hollywood blockbusters Iron Man, Forrest Grump, Titanic and Transformers.
Performances from the BBC and Aardman Animations will also inspire the tourist performance.
Early forecasts predict an intake of up to 40,000 visitors per day once the store is open for business.
Zones are expected to include Adventure Isle, Arrive of Legends, Cartoon Circus, Starfleet Command, Action Square, Anchorage Paramount and Entertainment City.
The theme park’s impressive design is the basic of its kind in the UK, but plans are still subject to government approval.
If given the unripe light, work on the building will start as early as 2019.
But there keep already been setbacks for London Paramount, which was originally due to start construction this year.
Chief head David Testa resigned when doubts were raised approximately the £100m investment of Chinese firm SinoFortone.
But the project’s parent South African private limited company is forging on, with planning drafts prepared by specialists who have in days worked on EuroDisney and the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur.
When the thesis park finally opens, tickets are expected to cost £57 for a one day contestant at full price.
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