IMAX Big Movie Week Features These Action Blockbuster Favorites Exclusively At AMC Theatres
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sep 28, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — AMC Theatres(R) has good news for guests suffering from post-summer, action-movie withdrawal. Beginning this Friday, Sept. 30, INCEPTION, FAST FIVE and STAR TREK — three of the most popular IMAX(R) action blockbusters of all time — are coming back to the big screen for IMAX Big Movie Week, exclusively in IMAX auditoriums at AMC.* For one week only, these movies can be seen in IMAX for the low price of just $7 each.
These blockbusters, which together earned more than $760 million in domestic box office and millions more overseas, were meant to be immersive experiences, seen on the largest screens with crystal-clear images and laser-aligned sound. Don’t miss your chance to experience them in IMAX at AMC.
The movies will run Sept. 30 to Oct. 6 exclusively at AMC Theatres. For more information, visit amctheatres.com/imaxbigmovies.
*AMC Universal CityWalk 19 in Los Angeles will offer the movie 300 from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6 for $10. AMC Metreon 16 and AMC Lincoln Square 13 will continue to show CONTAGION, the newest release to play on an IMAX screen. AMC Fitchburg 18 and AMC Council Bluffs 17 will continue to play HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2 in IMAX 3D.
About AMC Entertainment Inc.
AMC Entertainment Inc. delivers distinctive and affordable movie-going experiences in 357 theatres with 5,098 screens across the United States and Canada. The company operates 22 of the 50 highest-grossing theatres in the country, including the top three. AMC has propelled industry innovation and continues today by delivering premium sight and sound, enhanced food and beverage and diverse content. www.AMCTheatres.com .
SOURCE: AMC Theatres
UPDATE: Additional news coverage on Inception, Fast Five and Star Trek‘s return to IMAX:
FirstShowing.net: ‘Inception,’ ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Fast Five’ Returning to IMAX for One Week
HollywoodNews.com: IMAX schedules a week of discounted ‘old favorites’
The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Inception’ and ‘Fast Five’ Getting Imax Rerelease