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L.A.’s Cinespia Sets Summer Movie Lineup Including ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Pride Screening (EXCLUSIVE)

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Angelique Jackson Cinespia, L.A.’s first and longest running series of outdoor movie screenings, has set its summer lineup, returning for a 22nd season of programming held at L.A.

State Historic Park and the Greek Theatre. “We’re thrilled to be back for our 22nd season with an amazing lineup of fan-favorite films,” stated Cinespia founder, John Wyatt, announcing this summer’s screenings, presented by Amazon Studios.

The season kicks off on June 3 with a special presentation of “The Lost Boys,” followed by “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie” on June 10 and “She’s All That” on June 16.

Then, Cinespia will again partner with the Christopher Street West Association (CSW) — the nonprofit that has produced L.A. Pride celebration for more than 50 years — to host a special screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” in celebration of Pride on June 24. “We’ve been celebrating Pride at Cinespia for as long as I can remember, and we’re excited to be bringing back ‘Rocky Horror’ to fans,” Wyatt added.

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