Malaysian Cinemas To Reopen Selected Locations With The Highly-Anticipated Wonder Woman 1984

Following the lifting of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in certain states of Malaysia, Malaysian Association of Film Exhibitors (MAFE) has decided that cinemas will resume operations at selected locations from 16 December 2020 onwards. The tenacious decision to reopen is in time with the release of the much-awaited 2020 blockbuster, Wonder Woman 1984, widely acclaimed as a much anticipated blockbuster attraction for moviegoers. MAFE will also continuously monitor the current situation and react accordingly in the coming months to seek approval to reopen other locations once it is safe to do so, as well as to appeal for the lifting of the single seat and gap rule.

Cinemas are a key social, communal, and cultural epicentre of Malaysian lifestyle, they play an important role to offering entertainment & escapism to millions of Malaysians, it is the collective responsibility of everybody to follow the necessary SOPs & safety measures to ensure they remain a safe destination for everyone.

Locations that will resume businesses starting 16 December 2020 onwards include:

GSC

- GSC Aman Central
- GSC Gurney Plaza
- GSC Sunway Carnival
- GSC Dataran Pahlawan
- GSC AEON Bandaraya Melaka
- GSC Alamanda Putrajaya
- GSC East Coast Mall
- GSC Mentakab Star Mall
- GSC CityONE Megamall, Kuching

TGV

 -TGV Gurney Paragon
- TGV 1st Avenue
- TGV Bukit Mertajam
- TGV AEON Taiping
- TGV AEON Seri Manjung
- TGV Mesra Mall
- TGV Permaisuri Imperial Mall Miri


MBO

- MBO Central Square SP
- MBO Taiping Sentral Mall 

- MBO Melaka Mall
- MBO Kuantan City Mall
- MBO Kluang Mall
- MBO The Spring Kuching


LFS - LFS Kuala Terengganu - LFS Sitiawan
- LFS Butterworth


mmCineplexes

- MMC Riverfront City

Cinemas remain optimistic that attendances will rebound, stronger than ever with the support and solidarity from landlords and customers as moviegoing remains a top entertainment choice for Malaysians.