Regal Cinemas wants to make going to the movies a positive experience—for everyone. And with the company’s My Way Matinee program, kiddos with sensory processing disorders and other similar needs can view the summer’s top flicks in a totally new way.

My Way Matinee movies are sensory-friendly, including soft lighting and lower volume sound. Along with these additions, children are free to sing, laugh, dance, talk, make noise or walk around mid-movie! In other words, there are no “no’s” here.

Fans of Buzz, Woody and the rest of the Pixar gang can check out Toy Story 4 on Jun. 29 at select Regal Cinemas theaters across the country. All showtimes start at 10:30 a.m. local time. Visit Regal’s website here to locate participating theaters.

Along with the latest installment of the Toy Story series, Regal’s My Way Matinee will also include Spider-Man: Far From Home (Jul. 13), The Lion King (Jul. 27), Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Aug. 10) and Angry Birds 2 (Aug. 24).

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Pixar via YouTube



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