Dave Bautista is PISSED — declaring he was refuted access right into a New Mexico theater since he showed up a couple of mins late … an infraction of the area’s rigorous no late arrival plan.
The “Guardians of the Galaxy” celebrity begged the Flix Brewhouse in Albuquerque … a cinema as well as brewery done in one. The area additionally has a plan DENYING access to ticket owners if they show up late to their set up film.
Bautista got tickets to a 3: 15 PM proving of “Once Upon a Time In Hollywood” — yet showed up to the cinema at 3: 30 as well as was consequently averted. Dave asserts the function hadn’t begun playing when he showed up, they were still revealing trailers for various other flicks.
Bautista called the area out on social networks … stating, “Worse experience at a novie theater in my life. Yourr manager Tiffany needs some serious help with her people skills. You’re welcome for taking pictures with all your customers while Tiffany was treating me & @OmariHardwick just like 💩 #badbusiness”
The Flix Brewhouse replied to Dave … stating, “We do try to protect the movie experience for our guests which is why we don’t allow late arrivals. We’d welcome the opportunity to chat with you and try to make it right.”
Bautista reacted once more … “Policies are policies but how about treating people with some sense of courtesy!”
BUT THERE’S A SPIN — Dave recommended the factor he was late was since he was taking photos with followers in the entrance hall that identified him.
“Maybe you can protect your guests novie experience by not allowing a photo session in your lobby while being turned away for being a minute late from the theater doors closing. I didn’t mind because I like to treat people with courtesy. But that’s just me.”
Seems like a rather legitimate reason … as well as think what — the theater concurred!!!
“You’re right, we could have done better. We’d like to make it right now. Is there a way we can follow up directly to do that?”
So much, no last public reaction from Bautista … yet appears he obtained the recognition he was trying to find.