Many people wouldn’t want to be thrown into a public arena and forced to fight to the death.

But for true “Hunger Games” fans, that sounds like a dream come true.

A “Hunger Games” theme park is set to open in Dubai in October of 2016, according to Entertainment Weekly, but don't worry, there will be no public slayings here.

"Hunger Games" distributor Lionsgate Films officially announced it be will partnering with Dubai Parks and Resorts—which is also expanding the LegoLand market in the Middle East-- to “bring the film to life” in a new way for fans. 

The four million square foot property will feature rides, attractions and retail facilities inspired by the successful book and film franchise. In a weird twist, the park will reportedly also include a live stage show based on Lionsgate’s hit dance movie series “Step Up” and a DreamWorks animation zone. 

The new park is expected to be a big tourism draw to Dubai, with over three million guests expected annually.