Moonlight Cinema made an announcement yesterday that many of Hollywood’s hottest films will be screening at Moonlight before their release in Australian cinemas.
The films range from a few Australian gems, family friendly picks to all new blockbusters, providing a broad collection of films to suit everyone’s taste. Moonlight Cinema will be showcasing these in an exclusive film program throughout March.
The program includes titles like Triple 9, London Has Fallen, Eye In The Sky and Australian film, The Daughter. Advanced screenings of family-friendly titles such as Eddie the Eagle, Kung Fu Panda 3, Zootopia, The Lion King and The Good Dinosaur will also be screened.
Some exclusive blockbuster names such as Marvel’s Deadpool (starring Ryan Reynolds), Sacha Baron Cohen‘s Grimsby and comedic sequel film, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 will also be part of the Moonlight program.
Ian Sutherland, Group Director of Marketing, Event Hospitality and Entertainment says, “We are thrilled to release the March line up of Blockbusters and crowd favourites for the last month of Moonlight. March offers perfect evenings with great films and Moonlight offers great food and drinks, so grab a blanket and come down and enjoy a night under the stars.”
There’ll be a chance to see Oscar nominees The Big Short, The Revenant and Spotlight, as well as Rebel Wilson‘s How To Be Single and third-highest grossing film of box office history Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.
Sydney and Melbourne will showcase teen favourite Mean Girls. Both cities with the inclusion of Brisbane will also experience childhood nostalgic film The Lion King.
Attendees of the event will enjoy a BYO friendly event with an LA style food truck and a fully licensed bar serving tasty treats for all appetites. The menu includes pulled pork sliders, New Yorker chilli cheese dogs, buffalo fried chicken, parmesan truffle fries and Nutella donuts.
Gates are open an hour and a half before the film starts so be sure to grab your friends for some food and fun under the stars!
WHAT: Moonlight Cinema
WHERE & WHEN:
Brisbane: New Farm Park at Brisbane Powerhouse – Until March 6
Melbourne: Central Lawn at Royal Botanic Gardens – Until March 27
Perth: Kings Park and Botanic Garden – Until March 27
Sydney: Belvedere Amphitheatre in Centennial Park – Until March 27