If you can’t wait to see “Aquaman” and more of Jason Momoa’s take on the underwater superhero, there’s good news.
Amazon Prime members will have exclusive access to early showings of the DC Extended Universe’s latest comic book film on Dec. 15 – six days before the movie opens in wide release in the U.S. – at participating theaters. The promotion also applies to customers who have opted in to Amazon Prime’s 30-day free trial period.
Under the promotion, Amazon Prime members can purchase up to 10 tickets for a 7 p.m. showing of “Aquaman” on Dec. 15 through the Atom Tickets website or app at over 1,000 Regal, AMC, ArcLight Cinema and National Amusement Theaters across the country. Moviegoers can even pre-order their food and concessions through Atom Tickets.
In Northeast Pennsylvania, Regal Stadium 14 & IMAX in Dickson City will be offering the Dec. 15 early showing of “Aquaman.” Be sure to scoop up your tickets now.
In tandem with the announcement, Warner Bros. released the final trailer for “Aquaman” earlier this week. The film, which also stars Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman, Willem Dafoe and Patrick Wilson, splashes into theaters Dec. 21.
Rebecca Kivak and Joe Baress write about movies for Take 2 blog. Together, they review current flicks and offer their insights into the latest movie news. Rebecca is a copy editor and page designer at The Times-Tribune. She started her career with Times-Shamrock Newspapers in 2005 and has won several professional journalism awards for page design and headline writing. She also covers NASCAR races from Pocono Raceway. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 570-348-9100 x5126; @TTRebeccaKivak