CMCO: Cinemas in KL, Putrajaya and Selangor closed Oct 14-27


Some films are postponed indefinitely due to the cinemas closures from Oct 14 to 27. Photo: TGV Pictures

Cinemas in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Selangor are closed from Oct 14 to Oct 27, due to the conditional movement control order (MCO) implemented in the Klang Valley for a two-week period.

It is still operational today (Oct 13).

Top film exhibitors in Malaysia including GSC Cinemas, TGV Cinemas, MBO Cinemas and mmCineplexes have each put up announcements of the closure on their respective official websites or Facebook accounts, stating the locations of the closed venues and those that are still open.

Both GSC and MBO Cinemas also confirmed that their outlets in Sabah are currently closed until Oct 26.

Movie-goers who have already purchased tickets for tomorrow shows onward can email to feedback@tgv.com.my (for TGV Cinemas), feedback@mmcineplexes.com (mmCineplexes) and customercare@mbocinemas.com (MBO Cinemas) to get a refund.

Due to the closure too, some films that were scheduled to open during this period are postponed with no new definite dates.

Titles affected include The Craft: Legacy, I Still Believe, Reborn, The Mortuary Collection and Crayon Shin-Chan: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom And Almost Four Heroes.

However, the thriller The Secrets We Keep starring Noomi Rapace and Joel Kinnaman will open on Oct 22 as scheduled.

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