Madrid, Spain — Larry Wyatt (while Sr. VP of International Recreation Enterprises for Warner Bros. Entertainment) directed the team of planners, designers, architects and engineers for the design of the 200-acre Warner Bros. Movie World Madrid theme park.
The master plan maximized the film studio brand experience, guest distribution, and ease of operation for more than 25 attractions throughout the park. Key show and ride attractions included “Lethal Weapon” stunt show lagoon, “Nighttime Hollywood Spectacular,” “Batman Returns” simulator ride, “Rio Bravo” flume ride, “Escape from Arkham Asylum” coaster, “Superman” mega-coaster, and themed lands of Hollywood Boulevard, Looney Tunes Land and Warner Bros. Studios.

Parque Warner Madrid (previously known as Warner Bros. Movie World Madrid is located 25 km southeast of Madrid, Spain, The park opened on April 6, 2002, under the management of the Six Flags chain, with a 5% ownership share held by Time Warner. In November 2004, the management arrangement with Six Flags was terminated, with the park now managed by Time Warner and numerous Spanish investment groups. The name change to Parque Warner Madrid occurred at the start of 2006.