Get the beach blankets, chairs, and popcorn ready because movies on the beach and under the stars are coming back to Atlantic City this summer.

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DO AC is bringing back their Movies Under the Stars series for the summer of 2021 at two separate locations. You can enjoy a free movie every Thursday at dusk at Bartram Avenue on the beach and every Sunday night at dusk at Gardner's Basin. All movies are weather permitting.

Here's the full schedule of DO AC's Movies Under The Stars 2021.

  • Sunday, July 11th- A Dog's Purpose
  • Thursday, July 15th / Sunday, July 18- The Karate Kid
  • Thursday, July 22 / Sunday, July 25th- Scoob! 
  • Thursday, July 29th / Sunday, August 8th- Trolls World Tour
  • Thursday, August 5th / Sunday, August 8th -Jumanji (Orginal) 
  • Thursday, August 19 / Sunday, August 22nd- Abominable 
  • Thursday, August 26th / Sunday, August 29- Raya and the Last Dragon  

Movies on the beach are back in Cape May for the summer season on Thursday nights in July and August according to the Philly Voice. 

All movies are family-friendly and start at 8:15 PM on Gurney Street Beach next to the Cape May Convention Center. Make sure you bring your favorite beach blanket or chair!

Here's the 2021 schedule:

  • July 15- Robots (PG)
  • July 22 -The Sandlot (PG)
  • July 29- Ice Age Collision Course (PG)
  • August 5- X2:  X-Men United (PG-13)
  • Aug 12- The Princess Bride  (PG)
  • Aug 19- Spies in Disguise (PG)
  • Aug 26-Diary of a Wimpy Kid (PG)

source: atlanticcitynj.com phillyvoice.com

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