JUNE 2023

EVENTS IN OUR SPACE

 

CHRIS HEMSWORTH BRINGS ‘TYLER RAKE 2’ PREMIERE TO A HALT ON THE BIG TRACK

 

Full house at the Plaza del Callao to see Chris Hemsworth up close and personal as he came to our cinemas for the premiere of ‘Tyler Rake 2’, the new instalment of the action saga that the Australian actor stars in for Netflix.

Hemsworth surprised everyone with his triumphant arrival after a spectacular car chase from the Hotel Riu in Plaza de España, from where several stuntmen were unhooked, to the door of Cines Callao. A special action worthy of a film for which part of Gran Vía had previously been closed.

Despite the rain, hundreds of fans and onlookers crowded into the square and the surrounding area to see what was going to happen there. And many of them were able to take pictures with the actor at the doors of the cinema.

After entering our emblematic Sala 1 to present the film, Hemsworth came out again to meet the media at the photocall set up at the entrance to Cines Callao. These images were broadcast live, just like those of the previous photocall and the arrival of the actor, on our outdoor screens. In total, three hours of broadcasting that all those present in the area were able to enjoy.

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