LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The LA Zoo is entering into the drive-in film enterprise, with three weekends of basic movies kicking off this weekend.
The L.A. Zoo will host three themed weekends of films, beginning with this weekend’s “Animal Adventures.” Three movies will likely be proven within the zoo’s car parking zone, beginning with a screening of “Dr. Doolittle” on Friday, “Zootopia” on Saturday, and “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” on Sunday.
Nevertheless, zoo officers say tickets to Saturday’s screening are already bought out, and Sunday’s movie will not be acceptable for younger kids.
The second weekend can pay tribute to “The Good Betty White,” the beloved, nonagenarian actress who can also be one of many zoo’s most passionate supporters. White performs a job in every film that will likely be proven that weekend – “The Proposal,” on Friday, Oct. 23; “The Lorax,” on Saturday, Oct. 24; and “Lake Placid,” on Sunday, Oct. 25.
LA Zoo’s last weekend of drive-in motion pictures will fall on Halloween weekend. “Clue” will likely be proven on Thursday, Oct. 29; “Goosebumps” on Friday, Oct. 30; “The Addams Household” on Halloween night time, and “Poltergeist” on Sunday, Nov. 1.
Gates open at 6 p.m. and every screening begins at eight p.m.
Admission ranges from $40 to $140 per car, relying on the weekend and the variety of visitors in every car. Zoo members get a $5 low cost that goes as much as $15 on Halloween weekend.
Ticket gross sales will go towards supporting the conservation and schooling work of the Los Angeles Zoo.
The zoo says capability is restricted they usually anticipate to promote out the screenings. Tickets are being bought on-line prematurely on the LA Zoo’s website.