Did you miss “Barbenheimer?”
Want to take the whole family to see “Blue Beetle” for a great price?
Then mark your calendars for National Cinema Day. The second annual celebration returns on Aug. 27 with movie tickets for just four dollars.
“Any movie, if you’re going to any participating theater, all movies, all showtimes, all formats- four dollars,” President of the Cinema Foundation, Jackie Brenneman, told KTLA 5’s Sam Rubin.
“That means new releases,” she continued. “We’ve got ‘Gran Turismo: Based on a True Story,’ ‘Golda,’ the second weekend of ‘Blue Beetle.’ We’ve also got some bring-backs from earlier this summer. We’ve got ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie.’ We’ve also got a sing-a-long version of ‘The Little Mermaid.'”
Brenneman explained that legacy titles like the original “Jurassic Park” in 3D will also be back for the occasion.
All participating theaters will be offering the four-dollar price tag all day long and on all formats- that means 3D, IMAX, etc.
Midnight showings, late Saturday into Sunday morning, will also be available at some locations.