In addition to being the site of many dates, the theater is also rather easy to sneak into. While Jonesy is predominantly the one who knows ways into the theater, other teenagers such as Griffin have been revealed to also know secret ways in. As a result, frequently teens sneak into the theaters when short of cash, although Ron and the theater staff do a fairly good job of catching teens that didn't pay for their tickets.
The usher is the only character seen working here numerous times. He wears a red vest and white pants for his uniform, and he wears glasses as well. Said usher's first appearance was in "Deck the Mall," and oddly enough he first appeared outside the movie theater, picking up hockey gear from the Penalty Box. He is often seen in episodes where the teens get caught as the one who rousts them out, sometimes alone and sometimes working in tandem with Ron.
The hiring manager of the Gigantoplex has never been seen in person, but was shown interviewing Jonesy for a job in "Take This Job and Squeeze It," during which he flirted with her and tried asking her out on a date, but presumably rejected him.
Jonesy Garcia (former)
Jonesy worked here in the episode "Out Of This World." He was used as a mascot to promote the release of a new sci-fi film that involved him wearing an ugly costume. Initially, he turned down the job, but he took it when he urgently needed money to pay back a debt. He was eventually fired for being rude to customers.
George Bickerson (former)
George Bickerson got a job as an usher in "Bicker Me Not." In that episode, it was revealed that his first job was actually at the theater in the mall, back when it only had one screen, and that Gracie made him quit the job because she didn't consider it a "real" job. He eventually quits working here when he and Gracie reunite.
- Although Jonesy was unable to procure employment here in the pilot, he was able to get a job here in "Out Of This World". It was, admittedly, a demeaning seasonal job, but it was a job.
- Quite frequently, the main six friends get thrown out for being disruptive.
- The theater hosted a movie premiere in "Double Date" that Jonesy, Nikki, Julie, and Darth went to. The film in question was an obvious reference to a series of high-budget sci-fi blockbusters.
- As of "All Pets Are Off," the theater has installed a ticket-dispensing machine called "Mr. Movie."
- It was revealed in "Bicker Me Not" that the theater (and presumably the mall itself) has been around since at least the 1950s, as George Bickerson said that he held a job there before he got married to Gracie.