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Dark Knight Trilogy

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July 18, 2012
6:00 pm
July 19, 2012
6:00 am

In case you’ve somehow missed the frenzied build up online, everyone’s favorite gravel voiced superhero will soon be returning to cinemas. To coincide with the Australian release of the The Dark Knight Rises, IMAX is hosting two marathon screenings of the entire trilogy of Christopher Nolan directed Batman films.

With a total combined running time of nine hours, this is either the perfect way to experience these films for the first time, or to relive them all over again on IMAX’s gigantic screen and equally oversized sound system.

Tickets are priced at $75, which includes either dinner or breakfast. Given the box office success of the previous two, booking tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment is highly recommended.

When: Wednesday 18th July at 6pm and Thursday 19th July at 6am
Where: IMAX, Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton
Web: imaxmelbourne.com.au/movie/dark_knight_trilogy


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