AMC Theatres, the largest theatrical exhibitor in the United States and the world, today announced that its popular long-time family summer movie program, AMC Summer Movie Camp, is returning to theatres for the first time since 2019. Through AMC Summer Movie Camp, moviegoers can enjoy recent and classic family titles for $3 plus tax on Wednesdays and $5 plus tax on Saturdays throughout the summer.
AMC Summer Movie Camp is available at approximately 400 AMC locations throughout the United States, including every AMC CLASSIC location in the circuit. The program begins Saturday, May 27, and runs through August.
Fourteen titles will rotate through the program this summer, including recent hits like PUSS IN BOOTS: THE LAST WISH, franchise titles with a new release coming soon like KUNG FU PANDA and TROLLS WORLD TOUR, and beloved classic titles like THE LAND BEFORE TIME.
Every participating AMC location will offer dedicated showtimes on Wednesday and Saturdays, starting between 11 a.m. and noon. Tickets are on sale now and a full list of titles and their release dates are here:
May 27/May 31 – THE LAND BEFORE TIME
June 3/June 7 – DC LEAGUE OF SUPER-PETS
June 10/June 14 – MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU
June 17/June 21 – PAW PATROL: THE MOVIE
June 24/June 28 – PUSS IN BOOTS: THE LAST WISH
June 30/July 5 – KUNG FU PANDA
July 8/July 12 – TROLLS WORLD TOUR
July 15/July 19 – MUMMIES
July 22/July 26 – THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS
July 29/August 2 – THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS
August 5/August 9 – SHREK 2
August 11/August 16 – SING 2
August 19/August 23 – THE CROODS: A NEW AGE
August 26/August 30 – SONIC THE HEDGEHOG 2
“For generations of moviegoers and families, the warm summer months meant daytime trips to the movie theatre. AMC Summer Movie Camp was designed with that feeling in mind, when school is out and there’s free time for fun,” said Elizabeth Frank, EVP, Worldwide Programming & Chief Content Officer, AMC. “Through the return of this exciting program, moviegoers of any age can enjoy a popular film on the big screen, at a value that ensures that it’s accessible to everyone, and groups of all sizes.”