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Moving Image presents “Seven Nights with Harry Potter”

HollywoodNews.com: When Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 opens in theaters on July 15, it will mark the last installment in the most successful film franchise of all time. Museum of the Moving Image will give New York audiences a special opportunity to see the first seven Harry Potter movies on the big screen, with a series of evening screenings from July 6 through 13. The first seven films in the series, which have earned approximately $6.4 billion worldwide, will be shown in 35mm studio prints from Warner Bros. Pictures. The screenings will take place in the Museum’s beautiful new 267-seat theater.

Tickets for each film are $12 public/$8 Museum members / Free for Red Carpet Kids and Silver Screen members and above. A series ticket is available for $50/$35 Museum members. Tickets are available online at movingimage.us.

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