Regal will be giving away $2 movie tickets for kids’ movies this summer

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Box office at a Regal Cinemas in Los Angeles, California. (Credit: by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP) (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images)

If you’re looking for a fun and affordable activity, Regal has something the whole family can enjoy.

Regal has announced its Regal Summer Movie Express Series 2022where tickets are just $2 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and feature summer movies for kids.

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The company will feature kids’ favorites including “Madagascar,” “Despicable Me” and “The Lego Movie.”

The theater says availablity varies by location, so check showtimes for participating theaters.

the movie schedule runs until the end of August.

Free kids movies to stream

COVID-19 spikes may keep some families out of the cineplex, but that shouldn’t stop them from having fun. Major streaming services have options for all ages, but you don’t need a Netflix subscription (or someone else’s Netflix password) to create your own movie night. The following titles are all streaming (for free!) on Tubi.

Red Dog (2012): Josh Lucas, Keisha Hughes Castle and Rachel Taylor give re-barking performances in this “factual, family history of a dog who reunited a fractured community while searching for his missing master in the Australian Outback”. Rated PG. 92 minutes. Real: Kriv Stenders.

Tales of a Fifth Grade Robin Hood (2021): Jon Lovitz gets a little mustache trick (metaphorically speaking) in this kid-centric back-to-school comedy (Chase Brown) at an underfunded city high school and his battle with his dishonest vice principal (Lovitz). “Tales of a Fifth Grade Robin Hood” is a Tubi-Original. Rated TV-PG. 84 minutes. Dir: Dylan Vox. Also presenting Stephen Kramer GlickmanIliana Isabelle Perez, Jayden Scala.

zapped (2014): superstar in the making Zendaya stars as a “teenage girl struggling to adjust to her new blended family and school,” whose life takes a turn “when a dog training app gives her the power to control boys “. Rated TV-G. 92 minutes. Real: Pierre-Deluise. Also presenting Chanel Peloso, Spencer Boldman.

A twist in the tale of William Shatner (1999): William Shatner tells crazy stories for a group of impressionable kids in this genre series, which includes episodes about ghosts, time travel, wizards and more ghosts alongside everyday terrors like starting life in a new town – with ghosts. Rated TV-PG. Real: Declan Eames. Also starring Chelsie Preston Crayford, Emilie Barclay, Claudia Black, Alistair Browning. 15 episodes.

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About Tubi: Tubi offers over 40,000 movies and TV series from over 250 content partners, including all major studios, in addition to the largest offering of free live local and national news channels to stream. The platform offers fans of entertainment, news and sports an easy way to discover new content that is completely free.

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