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Walkers Cinemas is to offer tickets to cinemas in England and Wales after ‘Gillian’ was banned from cinemas.
The movie, directed by Peter Jackson and starring Bradley Cooper, is a sequel to 2009’s ‘War of the Worlds’ which prompted the film’s ban in the UK.
The cinema chain has now announced that they will offer tickets for the ‘Giants’ screening, which will take place in cinemases across the country.
The move comes after ‘World War’ was also banned from screens.
The chain said it will be offering tickets to the film in cinemascores and “is currently working with the UK Film Commission to see how we can get tickets to these screenings”.
“We are really excited to be able to offer our guests the opportunity to watch this movie in cinemasses in the coming weeks,” said Mark DeLuca, director of international cinema at Walkers.
“Giant” will be shown in cinemassages at 16 cinemas from April 11 to June 16, and at other cinemas on the same date. “
We hope people will come and enjoy this tribute to those who have been so tragically affected by the attacks.”
“Giant” will be shown in cinemassages at 16 cinemas from April 11 to June 16, and at other cinemas on the same date.
The films screening at cinemas will feature footage from the film including footage from ‘The War’ and scenes from the opening scene of the original movie.
“It will also feature new footage from this film as part of the film,” said DeLucas.
We will be presenting a number of exciting features including the first live performances from Peter Jackson’s cast. “
For the UK audiences, it will also be the first time they will see a new shot of ‘War.'”
We will be presenting a number of exciting features including the first live performances from Peter Jackson’s cast.
We are also excited to welcome Bradley Cooper and Liam Hemsworth back to the movie for a live performance, with the director and stars returning to London on March 16 to play characters from ‘Gitan’.
“Giant,” a film that stars Peter Jackson, Bradley Cooper as Jack O’Neill and Liam Feeney as Colonel Jack OBrien, was banned in the United Kingdom after its release.
In a statement, Walkers said the chain “strongly opposes the ban on the film.
We believe it is a disgraceful, offensive and irresponsible decision which will have lasting and serious negative consequences for the UK’s film industry and wider tourism sector.”
“We believe that the film should be shown on screens in the U.K. to remind people about the great sacrifices made by those who fought for the freedom of our country, and to provide an opportunity for viewers to get a taste of the amazing work that has been done for many generations,” the statement said.
In addition, Walkes is working with BFI, which is in charge of making sure the film is shown on screen in cinemasin theatres across the world. “
As part of this process we are currently working closely with the British Film Commission (BFC) to see if we can find a way to show this film on screens across the U, U.S. and the UK.”
In addition, Walkes is working with BFI, which is in charge of making sure the film is shown on screen in cinemasin theatres across the world.
“I am delighted to welcome our colleagues at the BFI to join us in celebrating this film, and I look forward to seeing many more of our customers enjoy it,” said Walkers COO, Ben Bremner.
“To the millions of people who have enjoyed this film and the thousands of people around the world who have watched it, we are all very grateful to you.”
“It is a fantastic film, an iconic work that we have seen many times in many countries around the globe, and we look forward as the global debate continues about the banning of the movie,” he added.