Cinema List: 'The Whale' now showing in more than 50 screens nationwide

Brendan Fraser’s highly anticipated and much talked-about comeback movie, The Whale, is now showing in 56 cinemas nationwide. 

Directed by Academy Award-winning director, Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan, Mother!), the film features Fraser (The Mummy films) and Hong Chau (Downsizing) - both nominated at the 95th Academy Awards for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role and Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role respectively. The cast also includes Sadie Sink (Stranger Things) and Ty Simpkins (Iron Man 3).

The Whale revolves around Charlie, Charlie, a reclusive and unhealthy English teacher who hides out in his flat. He is desperate to reconnect with his teenage daughter for a last chance at redemption.

Check out the cinemas screening The Whale starting Wednesday, Feb. 22:


1 Ayala Feliz

2 Ayala The 30th

3 Commercenter Alabang

4 Cinema '76

5 Estancia Cinemas

6 Fishermall Malabon

7 Fishermall QC

8 Gateway

9 Glorietta 4

10 Greenbelt 3

11 Greenhills

12 Podium

13 Power Plant Makati

14 Robinsons Galleria

15 Robinsons Magnolia

16 Robinsons Manila

17 Shangri-la Plaza

18 SM Aura

19 SM BF Parañaque

20 SM East Ortigas

21 SM Fairview

22 SM Grand Central

23 SM Manila

24 SM Marikina

25 SM Megamall

26 SM Mall of Asia

27 SM North EDSA

28 SM Southmall

29 SM Sta. Mesa

30 S Maison

31 Trinoma

32 UP Town Center

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33 Harbor Point

34 Marquee Mall

35 Robinsons Antipolo

36 Robinsons Galleria South

37 Robinsons General Trias

38 SM Clark

39 SM Dasmariñas

40 SM Legazpi

41 SM Telabastagan

42 Sta. Lucia East


43 Ayala Central Bloc Cebu

44 Ayala Capitol Central

45 Robinsons Galleria Cebu

46 Robinsons Dumaguete

47 SM Cebu

48 SM Seaside Cebu


49 Centrio Mall

50 Gaisano Buhangin

51 Gaisano Davao

52 KCC Gensan

53 KCC Marbel

54 KCC Zamboanga

55 NCCC Davao

56 SM Davao

Continuing with TBA Studios’ string of successful acquisitions that showcase Filipino artists in front or behind the camera (Triangle of Sadness, Plan 75, and Nocebo), The Whale also features another Filipino talent, Matthew Libatique. Libatique is a Filipino-American cinematographer, a two-time Academy Award nominee, and a longtime collaborator of Aronofsky. 

The Whale is exclusively distributed in the Philippines by TBA Studios.

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