Over 26 movie theatres reopen nationwide and families can now sit together
Kuala Lumpur, 4 March 2021 – With the implementation of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in most states and Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) in several others, cinemas across the country are finally allowed to reopen. After being closed for nearly six months since October 2020, movie lovers can now return to Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) in over 26 locations from 5th March 2021 onwards to catch the latest blockbusters on the big screen.
Ticket sales are now available for cinemagoers to choose from a wide selection of films including Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie Mugen Train, Stand by Me Doraemon 2, Raya and the Last Dragon, Don’t Look Back, Endgame, Master, and more. There will also be re-runs of Wonder Woman 1984 and Shockwave 2.
Later in the month, GSC will also be releasing local titles such as Selamat Hari X Jadi, as well as eagerly anticipated blockbusters like Monster Hunter and Godzilla vs Kong.
The list of cinemas* that will be open from 5th March include:
- GSC Mid Valley Megamall
- Aurum Theatre, The Gardens Mall
- GSC MyTown
- GSC EkoCheras
- GSC 1 Utama
- GSC Paradigm Mall PJ
- GSC Nu Sentral
- GSC Quill City Mall
- GSC Melawati Mall
- GSC IOI Mall Puchong
- GSC Setia City Mall
- GSC Alamanda Putrajaya
- GSC IOI City Mall
- GSC Paradigm Mall JB
- GSC & Aurum Mid Valley Southkey
- GSC Palm Mall
- GSC AEON Bandaraya Melaka
- GSC Dataran Pahlawan
- GSC Aman Central
- GSC Amanjaya Mall
- GSC Gurney Plaza
- GSC Queensbay Mall
- GSC Sunway Carnival
- GSC Ipoh Parade
- GSC East Coast Mall
- GSC Mentakab Star Mall
* Subject to change
As everyone’s health and safety is GSC’s priority, the cinema will continue to implement stringent SOPs including temperature checks, contact tracing via MySejahtera, social distancing, as well as regular cleaning and sanitisation after every show. Additionally, patrons are advised to wear masks in all public areas, except for when eating or drinking.
Cinema halls will include gap seating between patrons, but the latest reopening offers options for twin seating – allowing family members of the same household to sit together, which will make movie-going more enjoyable. However, in accordance with SOPs issued by the National Security Council (MKN), audiences are required to provide valid proof of cohabitation if requested.
Come back to the cinema and enjoy more value!
In celebration of its reopening, GSC will be offering a host of concessions promotions for single movie-goers and family members, offering savings of up to 50%. For every popcorn combo purchased, customers can also add on snacks and other light bites such as fries, hot dogs, nuggets, corn and more from only RM3.
There will also be special fan screenings of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie Mugen Train and Stand by Me Doraemon 2 for anime lovers on 6th and 7th March, so movie-goers are encouraged to check out the latest film schedules on the GSC website for this once-in-a-lifetime event! Those who catch Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie Mugen Train in IMAX (only at GSC The Mall, Mid Valley Southkey, Johor Bahru) are also entitled to get a exclusive poster, when they purchase their tickets via the GSC Website, Mobile App, or e-Kiosk.
Additionally, Aurum Theatre will also be reopening its doors with a selection of promotions for audiences who prefer a more luxurious experience. With Aurum Passes (combining a meal and movie) available from RM70, audiences can catch the latest blockbusters in absolute comfort, complemented with personalised service and continental dining from Jin Gastrobar. For the reopening, audiences can enjoy:
- Free flow of golden caramel popcorn with every Aurum Pass purchase
- A complimentary dessert with a purchase of two Aurum Passes
- A free GETHA Lux Blanket (worth RM139) with a purchase of two Aurum Passes to the GETHA Lux Suites
Those who watch Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie Mugen Train in Aurum Theatre will also get an collectible art card with every Aurum Pass purchase.