'Need for Speed' Screening Free & Early Across the US on February 19th

February 18, 2014

Need for Speed

Briefly: Though the DreamWorks adaptation of Need for Speed doesn't hit theaters until March 14th, some lucky fans will be able to see the film tomorrow, February 19th. The studio just announced 100 free, advanced screenings of the film starring "Breaking Bad" Emmy winner Aaron Paul. The screenings will happen all across the US, and if you want to find the closest theater to you, check out this link here to RSVP. Tickets will go fast, so act quickly. Aaron Paul and Scott Mescudi and director Scott Waugh will personally introduce their film via satellite in all theaters, and partake in a live Twitter chat afterwards too.

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I went to one of these yesterday! I sat in the very front row - not great for watching the movie, but awesome for the Q&A at the end. The only annoying thing was that most of the questions were "Can I get a selfie?" "Can I get a hug?" "Can you sign my shirt?" ugh.

fem!anon on Feb 18, 2014


Yep no screenings at all in my right back while I punch a hole in every wall in my house and flip every table in my neighborhood and kick every squirrel to the god damn moon while am wearing a tu-tu and screaming bloody heck everywhere.

Damon King on Feb 18, 2014


No more tickets left 🙁

cg on Feb 18, 2014


Yeah like it was gone in like 5 minutes, thats total bullshit, it should be a random selected through emails, is there a screen website you can sign up on ?

shane willett on Feb 19, 2014

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