The first two Cinépolis Junior theaters will open on March 16, both in California (San Diego and Los Angeles). They cost Cinépolis $500,000 each to retrofit, according to the Los Angeles Times. Similar theaters are already open in México, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Spain.

Cinema purists need not fret: You won’t be forced to endure the screams and laughter of children. The theaters will only show kid-friendly movies, and those choosing theaters with play equipment must pay an additional $3 on top of the normal ticket price for entry, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The Cinépolis Junior theaters in other countries must have been successful enough for the company to want to try it in the United States. In any case, theater owners are desperate to counteract the rapidly growing popularity of streaming services like Netflix.

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