Do you go to the movie theater often but don’t want to pay the high prices for a bucket of popcorn? Well, you’re in luck!
AMC Theaters is currently running a special offer on some movie theater classics!
Movie theaters have been closed for months in response to the global health crisis.
With several rounds of postponements on the reopening, we’ve been curious about when going to the movies would be an option again in Disney World. Now, the AMC location in Disney Springs has an official reopening date — and tickets are going to be JUST 15 CENTS on opening day.
While Disney World is prepping for its July 11th reopening and has just sold-out its Special Annual Passholder Preview Event, it could be a while before we see one of our favorite Disney musicals on Broadway again.
Instead of resuming productions in September (as they’d originally projected) it seems more likely that Broadway’s stages could remain empty until 2021.
The global health crisis has had a pretty big effect on the entertainment industry.
Just last week, we reported that AMC Theatres were working towards a summer reopening. Now, the movie theater chain has announced that they will be opening 450 U.S. locations on July 15th and the remaining 150 on July 24th.
Welcome back, friends! We’re here with another What’s New at Disney Springs!
We’ve got lots of merch, food, and construction updates for ya, so let’s dive right on in!
Planning what to do each day during your Walt Disney World Vacation is so much fun. You find yourself daydreaming about the magical memories you’ll create, including seeing the smiles on your children’s faces as they meet their favorite characters, ride their favorite attractions, and more. And your best day ever is topped off with a dazzling theme park fireworks display.
But, running from ride to ride at Walt Disney World can be exhausting. Have you ever considered taking a day off to explore the possibilities beyond the theme parks? Walt Disney World encompasses 47 square miles of magic including lakes, wilderness, shopping, dining, recreation, entertainment, spas, and even a wedding chapel! [Read more…]
Have you ever been at Walt Disney World and thought, “Gee, dinner and a movie sounds like a fun night out.” Well, in true Disney style, they have this entertainment option covered as well, with AMC Dine-In Theater.
One of only a handful of AMC theaters across the country that offer the “Fork and Screen” option, I think it’s an intriguing addition to the Downtown Disney landscape.
Vacay is the perfect time to indulge in stuff like that. But for the Disney warriors out there, it’s also a great option for fun multitasking! I mean, why settle for dinner + a movie, when you can have dinner WITH your movie?
You enter the Dine-In portion of AMC from what I think of as the “far side” of the building — the side nearest Planet Hollywood. It’s actually kind of confusing. I’ve gotten lost before. And with parking being the nightmare that it is at Downtown Disney right now, thanks to the construction for Disney Springs, plan for a few extra minutes before meeting your friends. 😉
Upon entering the bright, airy lobby, you’ll first notice the bar area, McGuffins. It’s named for a plot device term coined by Alfred Hitchcock. (See? You learned something new, didn’t you?) The space is bright and inviting, a perfect spot for chilling before your show starts.
And that brings me to the first half of this equation — the movie. Let’s talk a little bit about how the movie + eating thing goes together.
First off, you can order your movie tickets ahead of time, or you can place your order at a kiosk in the lobby.
Once you order your tickets, a screen will pop up for you to select your seats.
Tickets in hand, I set about to explore a bit.
The lobby is more than just a place to wait for your movie to start. You can order a drink or appetizer while you wait, or you can even order a full meal here and skip the movie experience altogether.
Seating is mixed. You can settle in at a place by the bar, choose from high tables and chairs like this, or select regular tables. There are also comfy couches to continue on with the feeling that you’re in an upscale lounge.
The Dine-In Theaters are separated from the rest of the theaters, so it’s easy to find your way around.
You’re advised to arrive about 30 minutes before your movie starts. That way, you have plenty of time to [Read more…]