Spy Kids to storm screens on 19 August

MUMBAI: Dimension Films and Troublemaker Studios‘ Spy Kids : All the Time in the World is set to release on 19 August the world over in the 4 dimension format (4D). The release in India will coincide with the release in the US and UK.

The film is about Marissa Cortez Wilson, a retired spy, who is called back into action when the fate of the planet is threatened by a monstrous villain called the Timekeeper.

As if battling the evil and confronting the possible end of the world weren‘t trouble enough, Marissa must do so with her own new baby strapped to her front and two difficult squabbling twins, Rebecca and Cecil, in tow.

In this new adventure in 4D, audiences will have eight special opportunities to access the action interactively through smell throughout the film. The introduction of scent in the film will add the outrageous fun by enhancing the action, adventure and comedy to take the audiences where no film has gone so far.

With each individual admission ticket, kids and parents will receive an Aroma Scope card free of charge with easy to read numbers outlined.

As the numbers flash on the screen, the audience will rub the corresponding number on their card. When each of the eight aromas is unleashed, audiences will get to experience a special moment in the film and be transported into scenes in the family adventure film.

The film has been written, directed and produced by Robert Rodriguez.

The film will open in 2D and 3D theatres nationwide in the English version along with the dubbed versions in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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