Summer Movie Premires

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  1. jedichic07 Jedi Master

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    Kylie and I were mapping out when the big summer movies are beiing released, so we could make costumes for her :) of course! I am hoping there to be midnight premires for these, we loce being part of that. So far, we have-

    spider Man 3--May 4th
    POTC 3 - May 25th
    Harry Potter- July 13th

    If anyone has any to add to this list please do. We usually hit Opry Mills for the midnight shows :)
    I'm hoping a few of you if you are still out there will be there!

    Also- she just asked me to post about the Harry Potter book release- if anyone gets word on a big event for that, post!

  2. Hama Retired GSA, Retired RSA

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    Other possibilities:

    Shrek the Third -- May 18th
    Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer -- June 15th
    Rush Hour 3 -- August 10th
    Mr. Bean's Holiday -- August 31st

    The only one of these I definitely want to see is Shrek the Third, plus the ones that Shannon mentioned.
  3. Hama Retired GSA, Retired RSA

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    Almost forgot... Transformers is coming out on July 4th.
  4. obi-TN Jedi Knight

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    Live Free or Die Hard is coming out on June 29th, just before my birthday, but I don't know if you'd let Kylie go see that.
  5. padmeamidala55 Jedi Master

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    The New Harry Potter book Comes out on July 21,2007


    Jo Rowling has updated her website with her plans for the release of Book 7. According to Bloomsbury:
    To celebrate the publication of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on 21st July 2007, J.K. Rowling will be signing the night away at the Natural History Museum in London.

    Ten years after publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, the launch of this, the final book in the series, returns to where it all began: with a book, the author and her readers.

    1,700 fans will have the opportunity to meet J.K. Rowling and have their book signed at the Natural History Museum. The first 500 randomly selected winners will attend the midnight reading with J.K. Rowling. The subsequent signing is expected to last until dawn. Every ticket holder will receive a free book from Bloomsbury Publishing.

    Tickets to the event are free and will be available by online draw from 23rd May. The deadline for applicants is 11th June. To apply for tickets visit Bloomsbury's website.
    US residents can apply at scholastic.com. Other English-speaking publishers may also be allotted tickets; keep an eye on their websites. (for the US).

    Jo says, "It has been a long time since I've done a signing and had the chance to speak to readers individually, so I'm delighted that we are launching the book in this way. It will be wonderful for me to get the chance to speak to people who have already read a few chapters while in the queue!

    "Good luck if you're applying for tickets, and if you're successful, I'll see you shortly after midnight on July 21st!"

    I hope that helped

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