Tuesday, May 17, 2022

CinemaCon 2022: Minions: The Rise Of Gru Takes Over The Con

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CinemaCon 2022 is in full swing, and it is being taken over by Minions: The Rise of Gru. Many posters and standees have been shown off on the show floor already, including one that may or may not be a playable foosball table. In this day in age with Covid and such, not sure that would be a great idea to put in a theater, but it looks cool with all the Minion players and Gru goalie. The posters have from the beginning of the campaign before the Covid delays in release to have a psychedelic theme. The grandstand standee is my favorite though. Check them out below.

“Since taking its first step in 2011, CinemaCon has evolved and grown to become the largest and most important gathering for the worldwide motion picture theater industry. CinemaCon is truly a global event attracting attendees from more than 80 countries. On behalf of CinemaCon, the Official Convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO), we extend our sincerest appreciation and gratitude to the entire motion picture theater industry for helping to make the past ten years so successful. And now, as we gear up for our tenth show, the excitement continues when CinemaCon returns to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas from 25 April – 28 April 2022 for what is sure to be our biggest convention to date. From exclusive Hollywood product presentations debuting a slate of upcoming films, to must-see premiere feature screenings, to the biggest stars, producers and directors, CinemaCon will jumpstart the excitement and buzz that surrounds the holiday season (and beyond) at the box office.”

I am not going to lie, I would totally play on that foosball table. Make sure to keep it locked here all week as Kaitlyn brings us more from the floor and presentations at this years CinemaCon.

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