The feature film will be presented in state-of-the-art D-BOX theatres with RealD 3D technology
WONDER PARK BRING IMAGINATION TO LIFE IN SELECT THEATRES FOR OPENING
Cinemark is partnering with Paramount Pictures, RealD 3D and D-BOX to provide families in select cities a special experience – Imagination Destination. They are commemorating the release of Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies’ Wonder Park because Imagination is a key part of the movie.
The festivities will kick off on Saturday, March 16 and will feature a variety of activities and discounted offerings to all Wonder Park ticket holders.
“Wonder Park is a magical, animated adventure and we’re delighted kids and family will get the chance to enjoy fun festivities and giveaways at Imagination Destination that help commemorate the opening of the film in a special way.”
Families will have the opportunity to experience the movie’s themes of creativity, imagination, and friendship through an array of fun-filled activities to celebrate the Wonder Park release including:
- Gift of Wonder Park collector prints, while supplies last;
- A coloring station with a selection of themed activity sheets;
- A temporary tattoo and face painting station;
- Photo opportunities with cut-outs of characters from the movie;
- Special giveaways and special concession offerings: $4.00 large fountain or frozen drink with one free refill on the same day, $2.00 regular hot dogs, $3.00 any packaged candy and $1.00 discount on Kids Snack Pack.
Wonder Park will be shown in Cinemark’s’ D-BOX theatres so moviegoers can experience the magic of the film. Guests will be pulled into the story like never before with harmonizing audio and video. It’s an expansive wall-to-wall screen and state-of-the-art RealD 3D technology.
ABOUT WONDER PARK
Wonder Park is a story that harbors that creativity and literally brings it to life. June and her mother are very close. They spend much of their time building a park called Wonderland. June’s mother helps to keep the whimsy alive no matter what, even when she becomes so ill that she needs to leave for a little while.
June becomes depressed and feels that she can’t just be a kid while her mother is away. Darkness falls on Wonderland that needs to be removed before the park can be rebuilt. In short, June needs to let her imagination come back to life.
Watch the video below of the fun we had with our Imagination of Wonder Park Goodies. And see how we talk about the need to never let our imagination stop. Plus just for The Autism Diva readers, be sure to Download these: Wonder Park Coloring Pages
KEEP THE IMAGINATION ALIVE!
John Oliver wants kids and families to take away that, “Anythings possible. You can do anything you set your mind to. You don’t want to put guardrails on a kids imagination.”
The Imagination Destination Stations will be hosted in the following Cinemark D-BOX theatre locations: Albuquerque, NM; Pflugerville, Texas; Hanover, MD; Colorado Springs, CO; Plano, Texas; Davenport, Iowa; Pharr, Texas; Manchester, CT; The Woodlands, Texas; Webster, Texas; Jacksonville, FL; Lancaster, Calif.; Oxnard, Calif.; Los Angeles, Calif.; Davie, FL; Oklahoma City OK; Tarentum, PA; Portland OR; Elk Grove, Calif.; Union City, Calif.; San Jose, Calif.; San Bruno, Calif.; Tucson, AZ.
Guests can purchase their tickets and learn more at www.cinemark.com/wonder-park.
For more information about Cinemark D-Box, visit www.cinemark.com/d-box.