Walmart has released an official list of outdoor movie shows as part of its August 14 cinema experience.
Last month, Walmart announced plans to turn its car parks into movie theaters in 160 U.S. locations between August 14 and October in partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival.
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“We recognize the challenges our customers and their families have faced over the past few months, and we wanted to create an experience in which to come together safely and create new memories,” said Jain Whiteside, Walmart’s lead customer, in a statement Wednesday.
The plan is an effort to provide fun socially distant activities for friends and family, as state and local restrictions on blocking the coronavirus continue in late summer.
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Movie screenings include:
- “Friday Night Lights”
- “The child karate”
- “Space Jam”
- “Black Panther”
- Pokemon Detective Pikachu
- “The Lego Batman Movie”
- “Spider-Man: in the verse of the spider”
- “Spy Kids”
- “Teen titans go! To the movies”
- “Miracle Woman”
- Men in Black: International
- “Back to the Future”
- “The Goonies”
- “The Wizard of Oz”
- “A Tale of Dolphins”
- The Iron Giant
- The Lego Movie
Walmart will also include short films before the launch of the films.
Viewers will have the opportunity to bring snacks with movies or order discounts through the Walmart curb-making app before the screening begins, according to a press release.
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Fans can also expect virtual or in-person performances from a number of celebrities, including Drew Barrymore, Peter Berg, Jennifer Garner, LeBron James and Chrissy Metz at select venues.
Parking spaces are available to customers starting at 5:00 PM EST today at www.TheWalmartDriveIn.com. Customers will receive a confirmation email with a QR code, which will be used for their digital entrance tickets to the film, after choosing the desired parking spaces, the press release said.
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