The movie offerings, which were curated by Tribeca Film Festival, will include smash hits like Black PantherThe LEGO Batman MovieMen in Black: International and more. The first Tennessee drive-in date is scheduled for August 18, and they'll run well into fall, with the final date scheduled as September 30.

On the Walmart Drive-in web site, the company lists these films among the many they will show:

  • Superhero dramas, including Wonder Woman and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
  • Blockbuster franchises, including Detective PikachuSpy Kids, and Black Panther
  • Sports favorites, including Space JamFriday Night Lights, and The Karate Kid
  • Out-of-this-world stories like E.T. the Extra-TerrestrialGhostbusters, and Men in Black: International
  • Classic films, including The Wizard of Oz, The Goonies, and Beetlejuice
  • Animated features, including CarsMadagascar, and The Iron Giant

“We recognize the challenges our customers and their families have faced over the last few months and we wanted to create an experience where they could come together safely to create new memories,” said Janey Whiteside, Walmart’s Chief Customer Officer. “The Walmart Drive-in is one small way we’re supporting the communities we serve.”

The events are free, socially distanced and family friendly, but tickets must be reserved in advance. Gates will open at 6 p.m. local time, and the films start at 7:30 p.m. Folks can start signing up for events at 4 p.m. CST Aug. 5.

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Rules to follow:

  • Gates open at 6 p.m. and the film begins at 7:30 p.m. No late entry is allowed
  • Tickets are free, but must be requested in advance. Tickets will not be available at the gate
  • To ensure everyone's safety, guests will remain in their vehicles and parking spaces will be socially distanced
  • One car per ticket and you must have a vehicle
  • No alcohol
  • FM Radio required
  • Masks required

Tennessee Schedule:

  • Nashville - 8/18/20
  • Nashville - 8/19/20
  • Franklin - 8/21/20
  • Franklin - 8/22/20
  • Smyrna - 8/25/20
  • Smyrna - 8/26/20
  • La Vergne - 8/28/20
  • La Vergne - 8/29/20
  • Mount Juliet - 9/1/20
  • Mount Juliet - 9/2/20
  • Madison - 9/4/20
  • Madison - 9/5/20
  • Elizabethton - 9/8/20
  • Gallatin - 9/8/20
  • Elizabethton - 9/9/20
  • Gallatin - 9/9/20
  • Knoxville - 9/11/20
  • White House - 9/11/20
  • Knoxville - 9/12/20
  • White House - 9/12/20
  • Clarksville - 9/15/20
  • Knoxville - 9/15/20
  • Clarksville - 9/16/20
  • Knoxville - 9/16/20
  • Clinton - 9/18/20
  • Clinton - 9/19/20
  • Bristol - 9/22/20
  • Bristol - 9/23/20
  • Cleveland - 9/29/20
  • Cleveland - 9/30/20

As the event is designed to be a contactless way to enjoy a night out of the house, Walmart encourages guests to schedule a grocery pickup before the show begins.

In other words, yes, do sneak in your concessions.

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