Entertainment HBO Max to premiere Class Action Park, documentary about world's most dangerous amusement park
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viewers are in for a wild ride. The new streaming service has acquired a highly anticipated documentary about Action Park, the infamous New Jersey amusement park that had its heyday in the '80s and '90s and was known as the most dangerous water park in the world.
Class Action Park is produced and directed by Chris Charles Scott and Seth Porges. The project has been a long time coming, with the documentary being a spiritual successor to thePorges helped make called The Most Insane Amusement Park Ever.
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The park has inspired many film, TV, and book projects, including's 2018 movie .
The documentary will for the first time bring real-life footage and testimonials of the park, leading to "insane stories of lawlessness and injury," as HBO Max original content head Sarah Aubrey said in a statement.
Class Action Park will premiere in August. Check out the trailer above.
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