Hugh Jackman’s “Real Steel” coming back to theaters
By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Hugh Jackman’s robot-boxing drama “Real Steel” is heading to retail shelves. But before you can pick it up at your nearest store, you’ll be able to see it on the big screen one more time … and benefit a good cause.
DreamWorks revealed that Shawn Levy’s father-son two-hander is coming back to select AMC Theatres for the “Replay for Charity” program benefiting the Will Rogers Institute.
For two days only, Jan. 21 and 22, select AMC Theatres will play “Real Steel” at a special price of just $5, with a part of the proceeds going to the Will Rogers Institute. Guests will also receive a $5 coupon on their purchase of the upcoming “Real Steel: 3-disc Blu-ray Combo Pack” available January 24.
The Blu-ray Combo Pack offers viewers a premium experience with bonus materials that dive deeper into the action and takes them ringside with director Levy.
“Real Steel” made $85M in the States, and an additional $207M in foreign territories. Those numbers usually guarantee a sequel. But before then, “Real Steel” will be back in theaters. For more information, including participating AMC Theatres and showtimes, or to purchase tickets, visit www.amctheatres.com/realsteelWillRogers/.
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