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My Little Pony on the Big Screen for the First Time

New Zealand Pink Carpet Premiere to Celebrate My Little Pony on the Big Screen for the First Time in an All-New Movie

To celebrate the New Zealand release of My Little Pony: The Movie in cinemas on November 2, a magical Pink Carpet Premiere will be hosted at HOYTS Sylvia Park on Saturday, 28th October.

My Little Pony: The Movie brings the Mane Six to the big screen for their most exciting and spectacular adventure yet! When the menacing Storm King invades Canterlot with plans to steal the magic from the ponies, the very future of Equestria is at stake. In never before seen adventures, the ponies will embark on an action packed heroic journey that takes them beyond the borders of their homes for the first time ever in search for help across magical mountains, undersea worlds, and even a swashbuckling flying pirate ship.

The film has an all-star voice cast including Emily Blunt, Kristin Chenoweth, Liev Schreiber, Michael Peña, Sia, Taye Diggs, Uzo Aduba and Zoe Saldana. It also features an incredible soundtrack which includes “Off To See The World” by Lukas Graham and “Rainbow” by Sia.

View the My Little Pony: The Movie trailer here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=frQphEU8nBQ
At the family friendly event Pink Carpet attendees will be treated to a memorable, Ponyville-themed Garden Party where guests will experience fanciful face painting, Pony-inspired hairdos, sparkly temporary tattoos and more, before entering the theatre to be among the first to see My Little Pony: The Movie.
Tickets are available now from: https://www.hoyts.co.nz/movies/2017/my_little_pony_the_movie.aspx
MY LITTLE PONY: THE MOVIE OPENS IN NZ CINEMAS ON NOVEMBER 2.

EVENT DETAILS
My Little Pony: The Movie Pink Carpet Premiere
When: Saturday 28th October Arrive at 9.30am to enjoy the Pink Carpet festivities.
The movie will commence at 10.30am.
Where: HOYTS Sylvia Park - Sylvia Park Shopping Centre 286 Mount Wellington Hwy, Mount Wellington, Auckland. Cinema 1.
Tickets: Tickets are available now from: https://www.hoyts.co.nz/movies/2017/my_little_pony_the_movie.aspx
Ticket prices are: $20 adults and children / $51 family of 3 / $64 family of 4
*Each guest who purchases a Pink Carpet ticket will enjoy:
- Entry to the Garden Party and free participation in all activities
- My Little Pony Character Meet & Greets
- Pony-fication station activities: fanciful face painting; Pony-inspired hairdos; and sparkly temporary tattoos
- Striking a pose in Pinkie Pie’s Photo Booth
- +1 x My Little Pony: The Movie Blind Bag collectible

MY LITTLE PONY - NEW TOY RANGE
New Hasbro toys inspired by the movie let children create the magical world of My Little Pony: The Movie at home. The addition of the new Sea Ponies and Playsets let children explore and play in the mountains and undersea worlds featured in the movie. Pony figures have beautiful mermaid-like tails with cutie marks on their back fin, colourful hair for styling and accessories for dress up and play.

FILM DETAILS
MY LITTLE PONY: THE MOVIE OPENS IN NZ CINEMAS NATIONWIDE ON NOVEMBER 2.

View the My Little Pony: The Movie trailer here:www.youtube.com/watch?v=frQphEU8nBQ
View the My Little Pony: The Movie featurette here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4QCAvnhNyc&feature=youtu.be
View Sia’s “Rainbow” music video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paXOkGMyG8M


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