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Prominent Entertainment Industry Executive Joins Cinemark Board

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Cinemark Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:CNK) , a leading motion picture exhibitor, announced today that Mark Zoradi has been elected to the Board of Cinemark Holdings, Inc., effective June 4, 2015. Mr. Zoradi was elected to fill the vacancy created by the departure of Mr. Peter Ezersky and shall serve the remainder of Mr. Ezersky’s term as a member of the Class II directors.

“We are pleased that Mark has joined the Cinemark Board,” said Lee Roy Mitchell, Chairman of the Board at Cinemark. “Mark will be a strong addition to the Board and his experience in the entertainment industry will be a great asset to the Company.”

Mr. Zoradi, 61, was until January 2015, the Chief Operating Officer of Dreamworks Animation SKG, Inc., the well-known animation studio. From January 2011 until July 2014, Mr. Zoradi was the President and Chief Operating Officer of Dick Cook Studios, a new media and entertainment start up company. Prior to that, Mr. Zoradi worked at The Walt Disney Company, most recently serving as the President of Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Group. During his 30-year tenure with Disney, Mr. Zoradi served in a variety of positions of increasing responsibility, including as the General Manager of Buena Vista Television and President of Buena Vista International with responsibility for the international theatrical and home entertainment marketing and distribution of Disney, Touchstone and Pixar films.

About Cinemark Holdings, Inc.

Cinemark is a leading domestic and international motion picture exhibitor, operating 497 theatres with 5,687 screens in 41 U.S. states, Brazil, Argentina and 11 other Latin American countries as of March 31, 2015. For more information go to

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