$50 A Ticket For A Movie? It's Coming Next Week

egal Theaters and Paramount Pictures will roll out a unique mega ticket packaging concept at five theaters when the Brad Pitt starrer World War Z opens on June 21. For $50, moviegoers will receive not only be able to buy a ticket to the movie two days before it opens but will also be able to download an HD copy of the movie when released on street date, receive one small popcorn at the concession counter, and take home a pair of custom 3D glasses and a movie poster. The theater chain and Paramount are promoting the package as the ultimate fan event. Participating Regal theaters include the Edwards Irvine Spectrum 21 in Irvine, CA; the Edwards Greenway Grand Palace Stadium 24 in Houston; the Edwards Mira Mesa Stadium 18 in San Diego; the Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 16 in Atlanta, and the UA King of Prussia Stadium 16 outside of Philadelphia.


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