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Incredibles 2 Playing July 6 & 7. Kids 11 & Under Free Courtesy of Pendleton Community Bank

Incredibles 2, the sequel to the 2004 original, will be playing at Warner’s Drive-In July 6 & 7.

Even better, kids 11 and under will get in for free Courtesy of Pendleton Community Bank.

The Pixar film will be playing Friday and Saturday nights, starting at dusk (Around 9 p.m.).

Tickets for ages 12 and up are $5.00.

Aren’t able to make it this weekend? Because of its popularity we will be replaying Incredibles 2 July 13 & 14 (Kids tickets (Ages 11-5) for the second weekend are $2 that weekend).

While there, don’t forget to visit the snack bar, which has all the movie watching essentials – popcorn, hamburgers, hotdogs and more.

If you haven’t seen already, we have made schedule changes to the final half of the season. See what’s on tap for the rest of the summer.

More Schedule Updates

Warner’s Drive-In has set its tentative schedule for the remainder of the season. Because of the nationwide popularity of Incredibles 2 and Jurassic World 2, the drive-in has had to shuffle its schedule to accommodate the limited availability of these films.

Incredibles 2 is back to being screened for two weeks. If Independence weekend plans keep you away from seeing it July 6 & 7, you will have a chance to catch it for the following weekend, July 13 & 14.

Back to the Future has been dropped from the schedule. In its place, a Christmas in July event is being planned for July 20 & 21 and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation will be played.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom finally roars into the theater on July 27 & 28

Hotel Transylvania 3 remains unchanged for Aug. 3 & 4

On Aug. 10 & 11 a Cruise-In is being planned, as well as a showing of American Graffiti

Ant Man and the Wasp plays August 17 & 18 and Mission Impossible Fallout closes out the regular season on Aug. 24 & 25.

That’s not all for the year, however. We are planning a special showing for Treasure Mountain Festival weekend, and a Halloween event in October.

See you at the movies!

 

Life of the Party Replaying June 29 & 30

On June 2, heavy flooding in the area kept the drive-in from playing the second showing of Life of the Party. This weekend, you will have another chance to see it at Warner’s Drive-In

Because of the popularity of Incredibles 2, the theater was unable to get the movie for this weekend. It is still on track to be played July 6 & 7, so sit tight. This problem had a silver lining in that the drive-in could do its second (and even third) showing of Life of the Party.

Melissa McCarthy stars as a recently divorced, middle-aged mother who returns to college in order to complete her degree. Hilarity ensues.

The 105-minute comedy will be playing Friday and Saturday nights, June 1 & 2, starting at dusk (Between -9-9:15 p.m.) rain or shine.

Tickets for ages 12 and up is $5.00. Tickets for Under 12 are $2.00, and kids under 5 years are always free.

While there, don’t forget to visit the snack bar, which has all the movie watching essentials – popcorn, hamburgers, hotdogs and more.

The movie will follow several minutes of ads from local businesses and organizations who are helping to insure the theater’s future. We recommend giving thanks to all of them.

See you there!

Oceans 8 Rolls into Warner’s Drive-In

Oceans 8 will be playing at the drive-in this weekend, June 22 & 23.

The heist movie will play Friday and Saturday nights and begin around dusk (roughly 9 p.m.). Oceans 8 is rated PG-13 and is 110 minutes long.

Tickets for ages 12 and up is $5.00. Tickets for Under 12 are $2.00, and kids under 5 years are always free.

Important Schedule Change:

•On June 29 & 30 we were unable to get Incredibles 2, so the drive-in will be replaying Life of the Party, which was unable to be played a full weekend earlier in the month because of flooding. Incredibles 2 will still be playing on its original July 6 & 7, but only that weekend.

• Back to the Future drops off the on list July 20 & 21 in favor of a Christmas in July event. The tentative movie that will be played is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.

• Mama Mia 2 is gone! In its place the drive-in will be holding a car & truck show and tentatively playing American Graffiti.

Warner’s Drive-In Playing Solo June 15 & 16

Solo: A Star Wars Story will be playing this weekend at Warner’s Drive-In.

The space adventure will be playing Friday and Saturday nights, June 15 & 16, starting at dusk (Around 9 p.m.).

Tickets for ages 12 and up is $5.00. Tickets for Under 12 are $2.00, and kids under 5 years are always free.

While there, don’t forget to visit the snack bar, which has all the movie watching essentials – popcorn, hamburgers, hotdogs and more.

The movie will follow several minutes of ads from local businesses and organizations who are helping to insure the theater’s future. We recommend giving thanks to all of them.

See you there!

Smokey and the Bandit Loaded Up and Trucking to Warner’s Drive-In

Come East bound and down to Warner’s Drive-In for a showing of the 1977 classic Smokey and the Bandit.

The Burt Reynolds film will be playing at the theater Friday and Saturday, June 8 & 9. The movie will start at dusk, which is getting later every weekend. Start time will likely be between 8:45-9:00 depending on cloud conditions. You may even see some big rigs pulling into the lot.

Tickets for ages 12 and up is $5.00. Tickets for Under 12 are $2.00, and kids under 5 years are always free.

While there, don’t forget to visit the snack bar, which has all the movie watching essentials – popcorn, hamburgers, hotdogs and more.

The movie will follow several minutes of ads from local businesses and organizations who are helping to insure the theater’s future. We recommend giving thanks to all of them.

See you there!

See Life of the Party June 1 & 2

Melissa McCarthy stars as a recently divorced, middle-aged mother who returns to college in order to complete her degree. Hilarity ensues.

The 105-minute comedy will be playing Friday and Saturday nights, June 1 & 2, starting at dusk (Between 8:45-9 p.m.) rain or shine.

Tickets for ages 12 and up is $5.00. Tickets for Under 12 are $2.00, and kids under 5 years are always free.

While there, don’t forget to visit the snack bar, which has all the movie watching essentials – popcorn, hamburgers, hotdogs and more.

The movie will follow several minutes of ads from local businesses and organizations who are helping to insure the theater’s future. We recommend giving thanks to all of them.

See you there!

Take a Survey to Choose a Social Media Hashtag for the Drive-In

WDI is looking for a #hashtag and we want you to help us out! Last week, we asked our Facebook followers to come up with hashtags, and we have narrowed the list down to six of our favorites. We are looking for you to help us choose a winner. Vote now at the link below to select the hashtag, which will appear on our future social media posts. The creator of the winning entry will receive a goodie bag from us.

Thank you for your help!

VOTE HERE!

Memorial Weekend Heats Up With Avengers Infinity War

Like superheroes? This Memorial Weekend Warner’s Drive-In will be presenting the ultimate superhero mashup with Avengers Infinity War.

The smash hit will be playing Friday and Saturday nights, May 25 & 26, starting at dusk (Between 8:45-9 p.m.).

Tickets for ages 12 and up is $5.00. Tickets for Under 12 are $2.00, and kids under 5 years are always free.

While there, don’t forget to visit the snack bar, which has all the movie watching essentials – popcorn, hamburgers, hotdogs and more.

The movie will follow several minutes of ads from local businesses and organizations who are helping to insure the theater’s future. We recommend giving thanks to all of them.

See you there!

Vintage Movie Night Features Babe

This weekend kicks off the first in a series of Vintage Movie Nights at Warner’s Drive-In

First up is Babe, the 1995 Best Picture-nominated kid’s film about a pig who thinks it’s a sheepdog. The movie is rated G and is 91 minutes long.

As an added bonus, Tickets for children this week are FREE courtesy of Pendleton Community Care and all the clinicians who care for children in Pendleton County.

The movie will begin around dusk (Between 8:30 & 9:15 p.m. depending on cloud cover) on May 18 & 19. Tickets for those 12 and older is $5.00.

While there, don’t forget to visit the snack bar. It will have all the movie watching essentials, like popcorn, hamburgers, hotdogs and more. The food is the best it has been since the 2016 reopening.

The movie will be following several minutes of ads from local businesses and organizations who are helping to insure the theater’s future. We recommend giving thanks to all of them.

See you there!

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