Jacob Collins is an author, movie theater employee and undercover superhero. His goal is to spread kindness and inclusion by doing what’s right at all times.
SEVIER COUNTY, Tenn. — An employee at the Forge Cinemas in Sevier County gives his kindness away for free, but his talents go beyond the silver screen. Through a super alter-ego, he saves the day with smiles.
Jacob Collins loves his job at the movie theater. Tearing tickets and greeting guests are his favorite roles. Cleaning cup holders probably rank last on his list.
Jacob is the checkpoint from the concession stand to the movie theater.
He gladly rips tickets and points people in the right direction for their feature presentation. He even gives patrons a heads up if a movie has a surprise at the end they need to stick around to see.
The employees at the movie theater love Jacob too.
“He makes everybody smile here, and I love him,” said Diane Schettini, a manager at the theater. “He has never had a sad day in him, you know?”
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