making eleventy-billion dollars and Prometheus
racking up a solid if financially disappointing opening weekend (it earned less than Snow White and the Huntsman
?) , two-thirds of the summer's most-anticipated movies have now been released. Chances are you know what the third film a-comin' is, because everybody loves Batman. Wait, that makes it sound like Ray Romano's gonna star in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises
But anyway, The Dark Knight Rises
is due for release on July 20, and various corners of the internet are already giddy. If you're one of the many hankering to celebrate the final film in Christopher Nolan's bat-trilogy in the largest manner possible, you obviously need to know about The Dark Knight Marathon. Wehrenberg Theatres will screen all three films back-to-back-to-back for opening weekend.
Starting at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 19, you can see Batman Begins
, The Dark Knight
and then The Dark Knight Rises at these theaters
, all for just $20. You also have the option of seeing all three films on the Galaxy 14 Cine Mega Screen in Chesterfield for $25
, if that's more your speed.
Tickets are on sale now, and you might not want to wait too long to buy 'em if you're interested. Even people who don't read comic books seem to be crazy about Nolan's interpretation of the character, so sell-outs are likely.