Here are the first pictures of what it's going to look like...
Drawings showing what London's new €4bn theme park is set to look like when it opens have been released - and it looks pretty spectacular.
The 872-acre Paramount London Entertainment Resort is hoping to attract 40,000 daily visitors when it's finished in four years - and day passes are expected to cost more than £50.
Paramount says that "the heart" of the resort will open in 2021 - and more attractions are expected to be added into 2022.
It will feature indoor and outdoor attractions with 'West-End' style production, bars, restaurants, comedy, and shows - as well as attractions for, "more adventurous thrill-seeking" visitors.
According to The Telegraph, these zones will include, Adventure Isle, Land of Legends, Cartoon Circus, Starfleet Command, Action Square, Port Paramount and Entertainment City.
It will also feature rides based on Paramount films and BBC titles.
While it's called the London Paramount - it's actually going to be located on the Swanscombe Peninsula, in North Kent which is less than an hour from the city.