AMC to Celebrate “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ Release with a Marathon of Harry Potter Movies


Jun 21, 2011

Posted by Mel

AMC will be showing all the Harry Potter films in a four day lead-up to the release of “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ on July 15th. It costs $45 dollars for admission to all eight films ($40 if you are an AMC Stubs member), or $20 to see “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ and “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ back to back. You can get more information, and see if a theatre is participating near you, here.

21 Responses to AMC to Celebrate “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ Release with a Marathon of Harry Potter Movies

Avatar Imagehalfblood_prince says: Is this in the US only or is it also available in Canada?Avatar Imagerettophantom says: Only the U.S I've been phoning AMC for the past couple weeks and they finally confessed that they aren't doing all seven in Canada. Some Canadian theatres are still getting Part 1 on the 14th though, but they aren't saying which ones, and they aren't giving a date for when tickets will be available.Avatar Imagejoeys_mommy says: I wish I could go!!!! Unfortunately we can only afford a Babysitter 1 Night *Cries*Avatar Imagekyrstalkris says: They did this marathon for the first part of Deathly Hallows too! I would love to do it, but, you know, I don't have much time (cause it'll be like 10+ hours)!Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Aww why dont have one of those here???? :(Avatar ImageMariaKeis says: we are making a get-together .. watching all the movies over 2-3 days xD .. Lovely !Avatar ImageSilvery Doe says: I'd love to see them all on the big screen again!Avatar Image29puppy104 says: Awesomeness!!! I would've gone, but I already got my midnight tickets! Oh, well still awesome either way! :)Avatar Imagesboyer06 says: okay really!?!?! first im totally jealous over the UK and their potter marathon at the theatre now this!!! i dont have an AMC around me!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Thats cool!Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: Thats a good deal...Avatar Imageginny_weasley1998 says: Good Idea! Would we have to sit there all day tho?!Avatar ImageRubeusHagrid says: Im crying. I can't go to the Midnight Premiere--let alone something THIS awesome! :( First, all of my friends are too "cool" (or stupid, either one..) to go with me to the Midnight Premiere, and my parents say "its too late" for them to come with me. So I'm going the next day at 10 o' clock..which is close to Midnight..right? So I'm going to watch PS/SS and then watch Part 1 before:) But its so sad to know I've never gone to a Midnight HP movie... WAHHAHAHAH! :'(Avatar ImageCrazy and Proud says: I wish they had something like this where I lived. Oh well I'm just gonna watch all up to DH1 the day before with my friends then go see DH2 won't be the same but close enough. ;)Avatar ImageOddRavenclaw222 says: Harkins is doing this, but bigger and better. At least in Arizona they are. In addition they're doing a few parties including a huge one in Mesa where you get gift bags and stuff.Avatar Imagesnapes widow says: I'm going to start watching them at home on Wednesday with my neice and nephew, and my dog Bellatrix. SS, CS, POA, and GOF on Wednesday & OP, HBP, DH 1 on Thursday, and we have tix for midnight's premier at AMC. My sofa is more comfortable than the theatre chairs, and we can take bathroom breaks without missing any parts of the movies!Avatar Imagelizzardbreath says: I would need a time turner to do most of that two of the days I'll be out of town, and I am already going to a midnight release party, for the last movie, but that is a really cool idea.Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: Ooh we have an AMC here! But its way on the other side town! I was wondering which theaters would show DH back to back.Avatar ImageTonks28 says: im doing this at home with my best friend while we make shirts that say spoiler:harrys a wizard Avatar Imagebeewell says: That would be great to go but unfortunately that is a 5-6 hour drive and I think I can wait to see them. I have a big screen TV and all of the movies..can have mine own and enjoy the comforts of home.Avatar ImageMr. Stratford says: The AMC site gives you very little info, and make it seem as though you can buy tickets online... you can not. You must go to the physical theater to purchase your tickets. At least that's how it is in Chicago.

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