Channing Tatum and Ryan Phillippe's highly- anticipated movie 'Stop-Loss' will release in American theaters on March 28, 2008, but if want to see the film way before the rest of the world and you live in the Columbus, Ohio or Madison, Wisconsin areas, you're in luck!!!
Here is what you need to get into the free screenings...
COLUMBUS, OHIO FREE SCREENING
You can go see 'Stop-Loss' for FREE today only (Tuesday November 13, 2007) at 7pm at the Drexel Gateway Theater at 1550 North High St. in Columbus, OH.
Rumor has it that Kimberly Peirce, the award-winning writer and director of 'Stop-Loss', will also have a Q&A session after the film to answer questions from film goers.
You can RSVP by sending an email to email@example.com or you can also call (513)521-7500 to reserve a pass. You can also pick up the free passes on a first-come-first-serve basis at the concession stand at the Drexel and feel free to call the theater at (614)545-2255 if you have any questions.
MADISON, WISCONSIN FREE SCREENING
You can go see 'Stop-Loss' for FREE tomorrow (Wednesday November 14, 2007) at 7pm at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art at 227 State Street in Madison, WI. CLICK HERE to get directions to the theater.
You can go to FilmMetro.com right now, register for free, and download your free passes. You can also RSVP to StopLossMadison@thaweb.com OR call (312) 840.7966 by 12 Noon on Tuesday, November 13 to get passes.
FREE SCREENING ADVICE
Here's some valuable advice about attending screenings from Fabulous Channing Tatum Fan and screening veteran Josy of New York:
Thanks again Josy for all of the great advice!!!
I've been Over 50 screenings here in NYC thru the years. Just wanna spread a little knowledge. 99% of screenings are first come first serve. They overbook to ensure capacitity so make sure you let people know, the earlier they get there the better. If it's a 7 o'clock screening, 4:30 is usually the best time to get there to ensure you get the seat of your choice and your definitely get into the screening. Local press is usually present as well so that cuts about 50 seats out on reserve for them. My friend who attends them in North Carolina always says they are packed usually as well, so it's not just an NYC thing.
Don't live in Columbus or Madison? Stay tuned to Channing Tatum Unwrapped, because I will post any other public screenings of Channing Tatum's movies on the blog that I learn about whenever I find them.