Big movies inspire fun at intu
Shopping centre shows off Spectre cars while Snoopy takes over children’s club
INTU Uxbridge has taken inspiration from the recently released Bond film and the upcoming Snoopy movie to keep shoppers entertained.
Having broken box office records with its release, the new 007 movie Spectre was marked at the Uxbridge shopping centre on October 28 when two Jaguar and Land Rover cars similar to those from the film went on display.
Marketing manager at intu, Natasha House, said she had heard that more than £24million worth of cars were written off in the making of the film, and the centre was excited to welcome two of the film’s models to Uxbridge.
The centre is also showing the film, which is Daniel Craig’s fourth outing as superspy James Bond, at its IMAX screen.
With it also being halfterm last week, Snoopy and Charlie Brown took over intu Uxbridge Kids’ Club.
The Peanuts gang arrived from Monday, October 26 until Sunday, November 1 with free activities and workshops for youngsters, who were able to create friendship bracelets, Snoopy ears and cookies.
There was also free face painting and the pumpkin patch design station also opened to create Peanuts pumpkins for Halloween.
Ms House said: “We had lots of fun with Snoopy and the Peanuts gang this half term with lots of fun and free activities taking across the centre.”
Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the Peanuts gang make their big-screen debut in 3D animation next month.
n BLOCKBUSTER: (Above and right) Enjoying fun at the intu Uxbridge Kids’ Club and (left) Jaguar and Land Rover models featured in Spectre