El Capitan Theatre hosts “Dream Big Princess” films

It’s Disney’s movie palace located right in the heart of Hollywood; the El Capitan Theatre is home to movie premieres and special events along with some of the latest releases. Running September 8 through October 1, it will be host to a series of movies meant to celebrate Disney’s new initiative “Dream Big, Princess.”

Pixar’s’ Brave, presented in 2D with Dolby Atmos Sound Technology, will screen September 8th -12th, Disney’s The Princess and the Frog, presented in 2D, will screen September 13th-20th, Disney’s Tangled, presented in 2D, will screen September 21st-September 26th, and Disney’s Moana, presented in Dolby Vision Laser Projection & Dolby Atmos Sound Technology, will screen September 27th – October 1st. Exclusively at The El Capitan Theatre, ticketed guests will have the opportunity to take a photo with the Princess after her movie.

Disney Princesses as exemplified in the four films of Dream Big, Princess at the El Capitan Theatre inspire girls everywhere to dream, create and celebrate who they are by giving them the role models audiences all know and love. For every girl who dreams big, there’s a princess to show her it’s possible. A princess is someone who befriends the lonely, never gives up and explores new and exciting worlds. She sets an example for all girls to have the courage to make their dreams real, the strength to protect our planet and the wisdom to believe in themselves and what they can accomplish if they dare to dream big.

The El Capitan Theatre General Manager Ed Collins said, “Since it first launched in 2016, Disney’s “Dream Big, Princess” movement has inspired young dreamers around the world to realize their full potential. We are thrilled to not only showcase four of these legendary films at The El Capitan Theatre, but offer our audiences a chance to meet these inspirational princesses in person.”

Showtimes from September 8th through October 1st are 10:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Showtimes and dates are subject to change.

Learn more about “Dream Big, Princess” at Disney’s website.

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