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Written by on 24/06/2020


In line with the lifting of government restrictions in the Northern Territory, Event Cinemas has announced it is set to welcome movie lovers back to Event Cinemas Palmerston and BCC Casuarina on 25 June with a with a half-price ticket offer and a mix of new and much loved films.

To celebrate the reopening, for a limited time, Event Cinemas will offer half price tickets for Cinebuzz members valid across all sessions and all movie experiences including V-Max. The Cinebuzz Rewards program is free to join at www.eventcinemas.com.au/Cinebuzz).

Luke Mackey, Director of Entertainment Australia, Event Cinemas said, “Territorians can look forward to their local cinema reopening later this week and watching movies on the big screen again including the first new big screen blockbusters Mulan (23 July) and Tenet (30 July).

In the largest Australian survey of cinema-goers* undertaken by Event Cinemas it was revealed that Territorians are looking forward to getting back to the cinema:

  • 99% of respondents in the NT said they are looking forward to cinemas reopening
  • 97% say they intend to visit cinemas as often, if not more than before 
  • 88% say they plan to visit the cinema in the first three months reopening.

Blockbuster line up

Locals can expect a great line up of movies between now and the end of the year, with strong content in the pipeline, including but not limited to, The Personal History of David Copperfield (July), Broken Hearts Gallery (July), Babyteeth (July), High Note (August), Slim & I (August), Antebellum (August), Bill and Ted 3: Face the Music (August)as well as Wonder Woman 1984, Black Widow, No Time to Die, Death on the Nile, Westside Story and Peter Rabbit 2.

In addition, cinemas will be showing popular recently released movies like Bad Boys for Life, Joker, Knives Out, Invisible Man and Sonic the Hedgehog and retro content on Superhero Sundays and Friday Night Fright Nights.

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