Where Can You Watch Edgar Wright's Cornetto Trilogy in Theaters?

August 12, 2013
Source: Focus Features

Cornetto Trilogy

The end is nigh. Well, at least the end of Edgar Wright's Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy, or The Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy as it's also known, is coming to theaters soon. We just recently heard about a slew of special screenings director Edgar Wright put together at the New Beverly in Los Angeles to get people in the mood for The World's End, theater chains across the country are holding special screenings of the entire trilogy with Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz leading up to the late night premiere of the final installment starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, and we have all the information you need below.

Rather than just listing all the theaters alone, we figured we'd use some cool artwork honoring the Cornetto Trilogy to link to the various theater chains which have their lists posted and tickets available for purchase right now. You'll find the theater chain name listed above each piece of art, and you can click the name or the image to find out where and when these special marathons are taking place at these theaters near you:

Alamo Drafthouse
Alamo Drafthouse

AMC Theatres
AMC Theatres

Arclight Cinemas
Arclight Cinemas

Cinemark Theatres

Regal Cinemas
Regal Cinemas

Showplace Icon Theatres
Showplace Icon Theatres

Wehrenberg Theatres
Wehrenberg Theatres

All of the artwork above came from The Cornetto Trilogy Tumblr, and there's plenty more where those came from for each of the film's in the trilogy. All the marathons take place on Thursday, August 22nd, and we hope that you are able to celebrate the conclusion of this unlikely film series full of comedy, sci-fi, horror and action. For just the list of theater chains without the artwork, hit the Focus Features website. Excited?

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  • Garrett
    Just got my ticket. I cannot wait!
  • mooreworthy
    By the power of Grayskull.....
  • David Banner
    Bah! Oct 18th here, and that's just The World's End :(




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