|Starring||Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint|
18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.
It literally feels like just last week we were getting all excited about the news that Hollywood was going to bring the Harry Potter books to the screen, marveling at the possibilities of seeing the world of HP come to life and scrutinizing the young, cute little faces of the kids who would play Ron, Hermoine and, of course, the Boy Who Lived. Well, it's actually been 11 (!) years and all 7 (!) of the beloved books have been brought to life as movies -- with the final installment being so big it needed to split into two parts. And not just cheap cashing-in, just so-so movies, but real epics that pretty faithfully capture the spirit of the books.
Last July was the end of an era, really. After seeing DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2 we did wander around in a funk for a little while wishing we actually had a time-turner so we could relive all of Harry and the gang's adventures on the big screen again. Then, we came up with the next best (non-magical) solution: An epic, day-long marathon viewing of ALL the Harry Potter films leading up to the midnight premiere of DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2. And by "day," we mean an ENTIRE DAY (and well into the night), from SORCERER'S STONE all the way through THE DAETHLY HALLOWS PART 2 -- that's over 20 hours of Potter watching! So come in your comfiest wizard robes or muggle clothes and prepare to camp out in the theater with us as we give Harry and company a proper heroic cinematic send-off!
We've got a line up of screenings to hide from the rain. Til then, drive safely Austin.
CABARET won eight Academy Awards, and when you see it on the big screen, you'll remember why. http://t.co/ci5HKKG4HU
Excellent segment on BEAVER TRILOGY on This American Life. http://t.co/8BT7nIh4Qv