Looking for something cool, fun, and cheap to do this hot summer? Check out the Summer Movie Express at Regal Cinemas.
Every week, on Tuesday and Wednesday, select Central Florida locations will offer two family-friendly movies to watch, and will offer tickets at only $1 for everybody, including the big kids. All movies will be rated G or PG.
The next big release from Marvel Films is Thor: The Dark World, and fans will be able to enjoy a marathon of Thor in theaters, on November 7, the day before the official release date of the new movie.
Select AMC Theaters, Cinemark Theaters, and Regal Cinemas in the Orlando area will be showing Thor, Marvel’s The Avengers, and Thor: The Dark World (all in 3D) during the marathon. Pricing and extras differ, however.
AMC Theaters will be showing the marathon for $25 for standard theaters, and $30 for Dine-In theaters. All tickets include a collectible lanyard, and a full-sized one sheet poster. AMC Stubs members get $5 in Bonus Bucks if tickets are purchased prior to the day of the event. For a full list of participating theaters, or to purchase tickets online, visit AMCTheaters.com.
Cinemark theaters will be showing the marathon for $25. There will also be discounted concessions for marathon wristband ticket holders. For a full list of participating theaters, or to purchase tickets online, visit Cinemark.com.
Regal Cinemas will be showing the marathon for $20. RCC members can also purchase a medium popcorn and soft drink combo for only $5 (with coupon at box office). For a full list of participating theaters, or to purchase tickets online, visit RegMovies.com.
I’ll probably be at the AMC marathon, since there’s a theater close by. Are you planning to do the marathon?
Thor: The Dark World is in theaters November 8, 2013. Here is a trailer for the movie:
In less than a month since it debuted on the SyFy Channel, the movie “Sharknado” has become a cult phenomenom. So why not bring it to the big screen?
On August 2, for one night only, Regal Entertainment Group is bringing “Sharknado” to theaters for a midnight showing.
If you’re unfamiliar with the movie, the plot – if you can call it that – centers on a freak hurricane that hits the Los Angeles area. Unfortunately, along with huge walls of water, thousands of sharks are brought on land to terrorize the waterlogged citizens.
Yes, it sounds like the makings of a bad movie, and it honestly is, but during the first airing of the movie, Sharknado accumulated more than 600,000 social media mentions online. Subsequent airings accumulated even bigger TV ratings.
Add to this the fact that a sequel set in New York City has been rumored, and this is your chance to see what all the talk is about.
Tickets are $12.50, and can be purchased in advance at regmovies.com. In the Orlando area, Sharknado will be showing at Regal Pointe Orlando, Regal Waterford Lakes, and Regal Winter Park Village.