Visitors to the planned Universal Beijing Resort－currently under construction and scheduled to open in May next year－will be able to see the world's first dedicated Transformers franchise attraction featuring an expanded storyline and an art background highlighted with Chinese cultural and historical elements.
Universal Beijing Resort, a major theme park in the capital's sub-center Tongzhou district, is scheduled to start trial operations in the first half next year, an official of the sub-center management committee said on Thursday.
Universal Beijing Resort and IMAX China, a subsidiary of IMAX Corporation, recently announced an agreement to launch China's first-ever theme park destination IMAX theater.
A major cultural company – currently not officially identified – is soon to relocate to Xihongmen business district and settle in the Xingchuang International Center next to IKEA and LIVAT Center in Beijing's Daxing district, according to a local media reports on May 20.
Construction of a river through Universal Beijing Resort, a major theme park scheduled to open in May next year, will be completed in November, according to the municipal government on May 7.
The new Beijing International Theatrical Center is located at the east side of the Capital Theatre at Wangfujing Street in the nation's capital. On Jan 18, 2020, the main structure of the theatrical center was capped on schedule. Plans are for it to be completed and open its doors for use in early 2021, when it will become one of the highest-level professional drama theaters in China.