PTA's Christmas Gift: There Will Be Blood Sneak Previews

December 22, 2007

There Will Be Blood Sneak Previews

Director Paul Thomas Anderson (aka PTA) has a special Christmas Gift for all movie aficionados out there. There Will Be Blood will have midnight sneak previews on December 29th in 14 cities. This film has been sweeping top ten lists out there, scoring countless best movie of the year accolades. It's listed to open in New York and Los Angeles on the 26th, but for everyone else, here is your first opportunity to see There Will Be Blood. PTA has also made a special teaser video introducing the sneak previews that is worth watching this weekend - check it out below.

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The cities where it will be playing are:

Austin, TX - Alamo Drafthouse Ritz
Boston, MA - AMC Loews Boston Common 19
Chicago, IL - AMC River East 21
Dallas, TX - Angelika Film Center
Denver, CO - Landmark Mayan
Miami, FL - Regal South Beach Cinema 18
Minneapolis, MN - Landmark Lagoon Cinema
Philadelphia, PA - Ritz East
Portland, OR - Cinema 21
Sacramento, CA - Reading Entertainment Tower Theatre
San Diego, CA - AMC Mission Valley 20
Seattle, WA - Landmark Neptune
Toronto, ON - Varsity
Washington DC - AMC Loews Georgetown 14

We'll have more information for you including exactly where you can catch this sneak preview as soon as possible. Otherwise, enjoy your holiday and make sure to save your evening (and early morning) on the 29th for Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood.

There Will Be Blood is both written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, of Boogie Nights, Magnolia, and Punch-Drunk Love. The film will hit limited theaters starting late this year on December 26th.

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1 Comment


OK... TERRIBLY JEALOUS... they need to be giving us the preview in Kansas City as well. As a test bed for Carmike, AMC and a couple other major exhibitor groups... you would think they would have fought to have the special event hosted here... GRRRRR... Thank you for posting the preview

Dusty on Dec 26, 2007

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