FANBOYS Finds That the Force Is Stronger Than Previously Thought

     February 17, 2009


Written by Matt Goldberg




After surviving re-cuts and gathering dust, “Fanboys” is finally finding an audience. By having a good opening weekend, it gets to fight to live another day and will be opening in ten more cities this weekend: Boston, Washington DC, Detroit, Atlanta, Phoenix, Orlando, Daytona Beach FL, Hartford CT, New Haven CT, Raleigh-Durham NC, and Columbus OH. However, if you live in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, or San Francisco, you only have two more days left to see it on the big screen. The film is only allowed to play on so many screens or else theatre exhibitors can’t maintain an erection.



Below is a list of the theatres where “Fanboys” will be playing starting on February 20th. Look for my review of the film Thursday night.



Los Angeles


1 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Block 30 @ Orange Orange


2 WF Holdings (Mann LA) Mann Chinese 6 Hollywood


3 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. AMC Town Center 8 Burbank



Chicago


4 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. South Barrington 30 South Barrington



Boston (New Market)


5 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Liberty Tree Mall 20 Danvers


6 Landmark Theaters Kendall Square Cinema 9 Cambridge



Washington, DC (New Market)


7 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Hoffman Center 22 Alexandria


8 Phoenix Adlabs Union Station 9 Washington


9 Regal Entertainment Group Countryside 20 Sterling



Detroit (New Market)


10 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Forum 30 – Sterling Hts Sterling Heights


11 Centurion Uptown Birmingham 8 Birmingham



Atlanta (New Market)


12 Paulson Theatre Services Plaza Theatre Atlanta


13 Regal Entertainment Group North Point Market 8 Alpharetta



Houston


14 City Cinemas Angelika Film Center Houston



Seattle-Tacoma


15 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Pacific Place 11 Seattle


16 Regal Entertainment Group Alderwood 7 Theatres Lynwood


17 Regal Entertainment Group Parkway Plaza 12 Tukwila



Phoenix (New Market)


18 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Westgate 20 Theatres Glendale


19 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Deer Valley 30 + Imax Phoenix


20 Harkins Theatres Harkins Chandler Fashion Center 20 Chandler


21 Harkins Theatres Superstition Springs 25 Mesa


22 Harkins Theatres Arizona Mills 24 Theatre Tempe



Denver (New Market)


23 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Westminster Promenade 24 Westminster


24 Kerasotes Theatres Colony Square 12 Louisville


25 Regal Entertainment Group Denver West Village 12 Golden



Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbrn (New Market)


26 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Universal Cineplex 20 Orlando


27 Regal Entertainment Group Pointe 21 Theaters Orlando


28 Regal Entertainment Group Oviedo Marketplace 22 Oviedo



Hartford & New Haven (New Market)


29 Bow Tie Cinemas Criterion New Haven 7 New Haven



Raleigh-Durham (New Market)


30 Cinema Service Company Raleigh Grand Raleigh


31 Independent Theaters – US Galaxy Theatre – Cary Cary


32 Regal Entertainment Group Crossroads 20 Cary



Columbus, OH (New Market)


33 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Lennox 24 Columbus ***


34 Marcus Theatres Pickerington Pickerington



Austin


35 Cinema Service Company Alamo South Lamar Austin


*** There will be a Premiere followed by a Q&A on February 20th in Columbus OH at the American Multi-Cinema, Inc Lennox 24 with guests Kyle Newman (Director), Ernie Cline (writer), and Matthew Perniciaro & Kevin Mann (Producers). Jason Swank and Jimmy Mac from TheForce-Cast will be in attendance along with members of the 501st, The Rebel Legion, the Ohio FanForce and local TV and Radio.

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