Dark Knight Rises Movie
There is no no need to pay the $100 that some scalpers were charging for tickets to see this on opening night as there appears to going to be plenty of showings if you really must see this on the opening night. AMC Theatres(R) announced today that based on advance tickets sales, The Dark Knight Trilogy is set to shatter the company’s previous record for a marathon-style event, prompting AMC to continue to add Dark Knight Trilogy shows at locations around the country. The Dark Knight Trilogy, available in IMAX and traditional format, begins at 6 p.m. July 19 and features BATMAN BEGINS, THE DARK KNIGHT and the midnight premiere of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES at 12:01 a.m. July 20. The event is just $25, and just $40 to see all three films in IMAX(R) Digital Theatres.
AMC guests have purchased more than 23,000 advance tickets to The Dark Knight Trilogy, including more than 11,000 tickets sold to see the Trilogy in IMAX, accounting for multiple sold out shows in both IMAX and traditional formats. The advance tickets put The Dark Knight Trilogy on pace to shatter AMC’s marathon-event record of more than 30,000 tickets to The Ultimate Marvel Marathon in May. In addition to the success of The Dark Knight Trilogy, AMC has sold more than 100,000 advance tickets for THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, three weeks from the opening of the movie.
In response to guest demand, AMC continues to add showtimes for both the Trilogy and THE DARK KNIGHT RISES midnight premiere at its locations around the country, including a handful of 3:45-4 a.m. showtimes of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES in IMAX. Ticket sales for THE DARK KNIGHT RISES midnight premiere are being led at AMC Lincoln Square 13 in New York, AMC Metreon 16 in San Francisco and AMC Universal Citywalk 19 in Los Angeles. All three locations feature THE DARK KNIGHT RISES in the IMAX 15/70 Film format.
“We had high expectations for this event and we’ve still been blown away by the response from our guests and the demand for both The Dark Knight Trilogy and THE DARK KNIGHT RISES midnight shows,” said Robert J. Lenihan, President of Film Programming at AMC Theatres. “As we continue to have tremendous success hosting these events, our guests are becoming accustomed to associating AMC with a marathon of fun at the movies.”
The Dark Knight Trilogy begins July 19 at 6 p.m. and will feature the following films in order:
BATMAN BEGINS THE DARK KNIGHT THE DARK KNIGHT RISES [at 12:01 a.m. July 20]
Fans seeing The Dark Knight Trilogy will receive a collectable lanyard and a commemorative trilogy poster while supplies last. AMC Stubs members who purchase a ticket to the trilogy prior to July 19 will receive $5 Bonus Bucks on their AMC Stubs account, valid the day of the event.
Additionally the 32 locations of Regal Cinemas throughout the country are showing the Dark Knight Rises for an entire 24 hour period on July 20th so you can actually go at 4A for a screening of the Dark Knight Rises, something that was also done with the original Dark Knight some years ago.