D&D Movie/TV Dungeons & Dragons movie prescreening for Amazon Prime members March 19th

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Closest participating theater in my state is almost 4 hours away.

Closest participating theater in a neighboring state is almost 2 hours away.

I don't think my husband will want to drive 4 hours on a Sunday for a 2 hour movie when we could drive 30 minutes away on our Anniversary for a nice dinner and a movie date on the 31st.

Some more info on this and other early screenings.

Will all these early screenings get counted as part of the movie's official opening weekend box office?

I just have to wonder if companies are paying a preminium for being able to offer an early screening to Paramount & EOne?


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Tell us how full the threater is, just curious how many folks take advantage of this deal.
Here’s one theater in my area. Note the white circle is actually an empty seat.


Here’s one theater in my area. Note the white circle is actually an empty seat.

I see one white circle with a head in it and a who bunch of grey dots and blue squares. I assume the blue squares are for the disabled, and the light blue are the ones still available and the grey dots are taken seats?


Here in New Zealand one cinema chain has advanced screenings on the 16th (timed well for a teachers strike and kids being off school) and the 17th - I will be taking my kids to evening show on the 17th :)

So, just came back from the theater. I was very entertained. I really enjoyed it, very D&Dish, lots of namedropping, location dropping and so on. Recognizable spells and so on. Good chemistry between the actors.
Lots of recognizable situations. A good laugh, and it doesn't take itself too seriously, but stays respectful of the source material.

I actually think this movie will be a hit, and I think you will all enjoy it.


I'm hoping this means that it'll come to Amazon when it moves to streaming. I don't go to theaters much (like, 2-3 times in the last 10 years). I've reached that age where the ability to pause and have subtitles is more important than a big screen and no commercials.

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