If you have ever thought movie theaters were too quiet, or playgrounds too loud, one Mexico-based movie theater chain has just done something interesting. According to the LA Times, Cinepolis, the "world's fourth-largest cinema operator," is installing playground equipment inside some of its theaters. The concept, called "Cinepolis Junior," aims to make the movie-going experience "more fun" for kids. Right now there are only two locations in the U.S., both in Southern California, and they are set to debut on March 16 in conjunction with the release of Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast remake.
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