Walmart turning 160 parking lots into drive-in movie theaters

The Tribeca Drive-in team will program the movies, which will run starting in August until October.

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Family-friendly drive-in movie nights at Walmart parking lots will include hit movies, special appearances from filmmakers and celebrities and concessions delivered right to customer vehicles.

Family-friendly drive-in movie nights at Walmart parking lots will include hit movies, special appearances from filmmakers and celebrities and concessions delivered right to customer vehicles.

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Movie-goers who miss the experience of heading to theaters have a new option for the summer.

Walmart will turn 160 of its parking lots across the country into drive-in movie theaters to offer contactless film premieres, the company announced Wednesday.

The Tribeca Drive-in team will program the movies, which will run starting in August until October.

“Walmart will roll out this red carpet experience in towns across the country for a combined 320 showings,” reads acompany statement.

Besides movies, the family-friendly night will have special appearances from filmmakers and celebrities. Concessions will be delivered to customer vehicles.

The family-friendly night will include hit movies, special appearances from filmmakers and celebrities and concessions delivered right to customer vehicles. Movie-goers also will be able to order their drive-in essentials online for curbside pickup on the way to their movie.

Further updates and the list of cities will be available through the program’s website.

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