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In the case of Andrew Haigh’s Lean on Pete, that’s a decision every filmgoer will have to make individually.
Its popularity extends to the continent, where filmgoers from Lagos to Nairobi dress in Afro-futurist garb for screenings.
As word swirls about what the future may hold for the Corktown site, which sits across from the old Tiger Stadium, filmgoers have grown familiar with the images.
Cinemark Theatres, which operates 339 movie houses and 4,561 screens in 41 states, has always urged filmgoers to silence their phones, but those pre-movie messages and ads just weren’t cutting it.
Three weeks into the Marvel movie’s debut, filmgoers across the country have been flooding social media with pictures of themselves in African garb.
Woody Allen has become a master of this in another dump month, August, where his adult-skewing productions act as counterprogramming for filmgoers weary of special effects and loud noises.
Playing to big crowds at the Roxie — which helped save the theater during a dark time — the film went national through Roxie Releasing, playing to hundreds of thousands of American filmgoers across the United States, grossing $2.3 million.
While the film is heavily anticipated across a range of moviegoers, black filmgoers appear to be the most excited as there are many screenings and parties aimed at black audiences opening weekend.
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Definition of filmgoer for English Language Learners
: a person who often goes to movies or who is at a particular movie
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