Kansas City cinemas will take part in ‘Cinema Week’

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Cinemas are some of the hardest hit businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As moviegoers slowly return to watching movies on the big screen, new businesses are working to get more customers inside theaters.

Sunday cinema takes place 7-13. October. This is the second year for Sunday Cinema. More than 1,200 theaters in the US, Canada, and the Caribbean are participating.

A number of Kansas City movie theaters are taking part in a national campaign in an effort to support movie theaters and movie theaters and remind customers of what they’ve been missing.

Organizers say people can expect to see advance screenings, exclusive contests and prizes, trailer drops, movie ticket discounts, and celebrity appearances. Perks can vary in each theater taking part in Sunday Cinema.

Cinemas taking part in the week-long event will open with a performance of “Lyle Lyle Crocodile” Friday.

Customers will also be treated to unlimited popcorn at the Sunday Cinema cinema during the event. The week will wrap up with cinemas showing “Halloween Ends” on October 13.

Participating theaters include Cinemark, Marcus, B&B Theaters, National Amusements, Studio Movie Grill, CMX Cinemas and others.

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