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Cinemark Theaters are showing all Marvel films for just $5

Cinemark Theatres announced yesterday, a special offering for superhero fans with the opportunity to enjoy 11 of their favorite MCU movies on the big screen once again. This exclusive offer will be available one week only at Cinemark for just $5 a ticket from August 25-31. Guests can view participating theatre locations, titles and daily schedules by clicking here.

The Marvel Studios Week movie line-up includes:
Iron Man
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Ant-Man
Doctor Strange
Thor
Marvel’s The Avengers
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Captain America: The First Avenger
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: Civil War

The eleven films will be grouped together under various themes across the week, including Origins, Cosmic, Fan Favorites, Cap’s Best Of, First Avengers, Team Ups, and Guardians Day. As an added value, Cinemark will offer Marvel Studios Week participants discounted snack bar items, including $2 packaged candy items, hot dogs and Dibs ice cream treats. Discounted beverages include large fountain drinks and 20 oz. Dasani waters for $2 each and large ICEEs for $3 each. Popcorn lovers can purchase a large popcorn for only $3 each at participating theatres during Marvel Studios Week. Cinemark Connections members will receive double points for their Marvel Studios Week $5 Cinemark XD ticket purchases.

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