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Pennywise spotted at SM Cinema’s newest Director’s Club branch

SM Cinema officially launched its newest Director’s Club branch at The Podium Mall and evil clown Pennywise is among the first to experience the elevated movie-watching experience it offers. 

Pennywise spotted at SM Cinema’s newest Director’s Club branch

Pennywise, the soul-hungry clown from the movie series based on Stephen King’s It enjoyed watching It: Chapter 2 at Director’s Club at The Podium Mall while having unlimited popcorn and seated in extra comfortable La-Z-Boy seats. 

Now perched at the top floor of The Podium Mall are three Director’s Club theaters with a combined total of 144 seats that offer premium cinema experience to urbanites and yuppies who wish to unplug from their busy city life luxuriously. 

With Director’s Club’s first-class facilities combined with up-to-date technology, SM Cinema gives its patrons a movie experience beyond the usual. 

At Director’s Club, moviegoers like Pennywise watch crystal-clear motion pictures with deep, well-defined and true-to-life colors with the cinema’s Christie laser projection system. 

Crisp and rich sound resonate in the intimate 48-seater theater through its Dolby surround sound system. And to ensure that viewers never miss a scene while watching movies, theater seats are equipped with push buttons that automatically signal for the in-house butler service. 

For a relaxed and extra comfortable movie-watching experience, Director’s Club is fixed with plush leather La-Z-Boy seats. To top the whole experience off movie tickets come with unlimited popcorn and bottled water. 

Pennywise spotted at SM Cinema’s newest Director’s Club branch

SM Cinema’s official food concessionaire Snack Time also offers a special menu at Director’s Club. The premier theater will offer wine pairings.

Topics: SM Cinema , Director’s Club , Pennywise , It: Chapter 2
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