Score $5 Movie Tickets at AMC Theatres During Black History Month
AMC Theaters is celebrating Black History Month with special deals on movie tickets.
In February, the channel “gives moviegoers the opportunity to revisit some of the newest biographical dramas, military epics and action dramas created by or starring exceptional black filmmakers and actors like Ryan Coogler, Jonathan Majors , Angela Bassett and Viola Davis,” according to the brand’s announcement.
Starting Friday, February 3, the brand is offering discounts on “fan fave” films, giving customers the chance to see black-led productions for a fraction of the cost in a bid “to honor the films’ achievements and the people who brought their stories to life.”
For just $5, fans can watch a variety of recently released features including Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, The Woman King, Till, and Devotion.
The deal will apply to one film each week, starting with Till from February 3-9; Devotion from February 10 to 16; The Woman King from February 17 to 23; and ending with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which is still in its first theatrical release, from February 24 to March 2.
“AMC has a long-standing commitment and track record of inclusive programming and initiatives that showcase diverse creative talent behind the camera and on the big screen,” said Elizabeth Frank, executive vice president of global programming and director of content from AMC.
Frank added, “This programming initiative, which aligns perfectly with AMC’s inclusive programming, stems from the Council on the AMC African American Experience, an internal group of associates that strengthens AMC’s culture by defining opportunities to embrace diversity, lead with fairness and impartiality, and create a more inclusive work environment.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit AMC’s website.