Jurassic World and Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials screen at 5.30pm; Minions, 5.40pm; Inside Out, 5.45pm; Ant-Man, 5.50pm and Fantastic Four, 6pm.
52,000 cans, up from 41,882 the previous year, making a huge difference to familes with stretched Christmas food budgets.
‘‘Household budgets are stretched by rising living costs especially for rent and power, and with Christmas around the corner we would love Kiwis to show their support for those who need it most,’’ the Sallies Major Pamela Waugh says.
Up to seven cinemas could be available for the six movies, with a possibility that the most popular film will be on two screens at once.
The Wattie’s Cans Film Festival also prepares locals to think about the annual citywide Foodbank Food Drive which is coming up on Saturday, November 28.
Actors Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins ride a gyrosphere through a herd of dinosaurs in Jurassic World, one of six movies taking part in the Wattie’s Can’s film Festival for the salvation Army food bank..