El Paso Movie Theatres To Offer $3 Movies For One Day Only
This weekend, for one day only, movie fans in El Paso will be able to check out a movie for only $3.
As part of National Cinema Day, movie theatres across America are hoping to lure moviegoers back to the theatre with a day where admission for all movies will be available for only $3.
The last two years of the pandemic affected everything, including the box office. Remember how we stayed home and binge-watched everything as a dry spell hit the cinematic world where no new movies were released?
Therefore, to gain back movie fans, the Cinema Foundation, a non-profit under the National Association of Theater Owners, created a nationwide discount day offering movie tickets for only $3.
The Cinema Foundation selected Labor Day weekend to incorporate National Cinema Day, especially since this holiday weekend is traditionally the slowest for theaters nationwide. If successful, National Cinema Day will become an annual event.
And the good news is that all movie theatres will be participating in El Paso, including AMC, Regal, Cinemark, Alamo Drafthouse, Premiere Cinemas, and Flix Brewhouse.
Movie fans can look forward to the following releases:
- Beast - Rated R - Idris Elba, Sharlto Copley
- Breaking - Rated PG-13 - John Boyega, Michael K. Williams
- The Invitation - Rated PG-13 - Nathalie Emmanuel, Thomas Doherty
- Samaritan - Amazon Prime Release - Rated PG-13 - Sylvester Stallone, Martin Starr
- Three Thousand Years of Longing - Rated R - Tilda Swinton, Idris Elba
- Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul - Rated R - Regina Hall, Sterling K. Brown
- A re-release of Spider-Man: No Way Home (The More Fun Stuff Version) featuring 11 minutes of extra footage and a re-release of Jaws on IMAX screens will also be showing.
Furthermore, moviegoers visiting National Cinema Day on September 3 will enjoy a bonus first look at upcoming movies from big-time studios such as Amazon Studios, Disney, Focus Features, Lionsgate, Sony Pictures Classics, Universal, Warner Bros., and many more.
So if it's been a hot minute since you've been to the movies, this may be your chance to revisit. Also, if you can't make it this weekend, look for discount days (usually Tuesdays) at your local movie theatre, where admission drops to $5 per flick.