The advantages of Amazon Prime are consistently altering. Members are being provided a brand new, shocking perk: the likelihood to see Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle in theaters earlier than it’s even launched.
The Dwayne Johnson-starring movie isn’t due out till December 20, however Amazon is giving Prime members the likelihood to purchase tickets to an early displaying. The screenings will happen on December eight in theaters round the nation. So far, greater than 1,000 Regal, ArcLight Cinemas, and National Amusements theaters are set to maintain showings, and Amazon says AMC theaters might be added quickly. The firm made its announcement Wednesday, November 29, giving followers somewhat over every week to make an early date with the movie.
— Amazon.com (@amazon) November 29, 2017
Interestingly, Amazon shouldn’t be amongst the motion flick’s producers or distributors; the promotion helps its Prime service slightly than one in every of Amazon Studios’ movies. Apparently, the firm couldn’t resist tapping into Johnson’s giant fan base, and we will’t blame it for that. The wrestler-turned-actor has been in quite a few smash hits lately, together with San Andreas, a number of Fast and Furious movies, and Moana.
For its half, nevertheless, Amazon billed the promotion as a particular deal with for its Prime members.
“Prime members love watching movies, and that’s why we are treating them to something special this holiday season,” Greg Greeley, Amazon Prime’s vp, mentioned in an announcement. “With this unique first have a look at Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Prime members throughout the nation can come collectively to get pleasure from some well-deserved time with their family members and watch the newest journey from our mates at Sony Pictures.”
Members will get to get pleasure from that point with somewhat extra enjoyable from Amazon in some theaters. At choose areas, there might be a blue carpet, and early arrivals might be ready to get Amazon gadgets utilizing the Prime Now supply service. There may also be a Jumanji-themed photograph sales space, present baggage, and extra.
“We can’t wait to welcome Prime members to the jungle before anyone else,” Johnson mentioned. “The game has changed, drawing four players into Jumanji — and now, we’re changing the game again by giving Prime members this exclusive access.”
Johnson stars in the film alongside Kevin Hart, Jack Black, and Karen Gillan. They play online game characters who come to life when 4 youngsters are sucked into their our bodies and the world of Jumanji. The problem might be for them to get out and return to their actual lives.
Tickets to Amazon’s December eight showings are obtainable on-line via Atom and IMDb. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle formally hits theaters on December 20.