Rooftop movie news
Rooftop Cinema Club Downtown Fort Worth will start showing movies on top of The Worthington Renaissance Downtown Fort Worth Hotel on Tuesday, November 1.
The company, which offers an, outdoor cinema experience in multiple locations around the U.S., will let guests enjoy 360-degree views of downtown Fort Worth from the rooftop of the hotel while they relax in deckchairs with personal wireless headphones in front of the state-of-the-art LED screen showing iconic movies.
The Fort Worth venue previously had been scheduled to open October 4, but got delayed.
According to a release, the opening night film on November 1 will be the romantic classic The Notebook starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. Other opening week offerings will include Grease, Coco, Urban Cowboy, Top Gun: Maverick, Nope, The Princess Bride, and more.
All screenings through December 30 are now on sale, with future screening dates to be announced soon.
Rooftop Cinema Club will offer a variety of special screenings, including open caption screenings for the hearing impaired, sing-alongs, dog-friendly events, and more. There will also be themed nights like Zodiac-centric films, anniversary celebrations for milestone movies, and holiday favorites.
This location will offer typical concessions like fresh popcorn, soft drinks, and candy, but they have also joined with The Worthington Renaissance and Toro Toro by Richard Sandoval to create an elevated concession-style menu. Guests can also enjoy options like the Soft Salted Pretzel, Hot Diggity Dog, Pulled Pork Tacos, and Nacho Libre, along with drinks like the classic Margarita, a TX Old Fashioned, and wine and beer.
Rooftop Cinema Club Downtown Fort Worth offers three ticket types for two different types of chairs – a single Adirondack Chair for one, an Adirondack Chair and Popcorn for one, and a double-width Loveseat Adirondack and Popcorn for two. All seats come with cushions and side tables. Seating is not reserved; guests are seated on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Standard tickets range from $17.50–$26.50, depending on ticket type and time of day. All screenings before 4:30 pm are open to all ages, while screenings starting at 4:30 pm or later are strictly for those 18 and older.
With the outdoor cinema located at The Worthington Renaissance, the hotel and its restaurant, Toro Toro, are offering special deals. Guests can receive 10 percent off their meal at Toro Toro when they subscribe here. They can also book an overnight stay package, A Night of Cocktails & Cinema, at The Worthington Renaissance to receive a $50 dining credit to Toro Toro, special guest room amenities, and a 20 percent discount code to apply when purchasing their movie tickets.