Man, I am super jealous about this. Give a look at what is going on in Seattle Saturday.
Batman Begins comes to Pacific Science Center's Boeing IMAX Theater; DC® artists come along for the ride!
WHAT: Opening at midnight, Wednesday, June 15, Warner Brother's Batman Begins: The IMAX Experience promises excitement for new and longtime comic fans. IMAX has taken the newest in the Batman film pantheon and has reformatted it, giving you the ultimate Batman experience! The Boeing IMAX Theater is the perfect place to celebrate this long-awaited film. Featuring over 400 stadium seats, our IMAX Theater includes a 60x80 foot screen, and 12,000 watts of digital sound!
To continue the celebration, Saturday, June 18 Pacific Science Center is pleased to bring you a comic weekend like no other. Batman activities will be taking place from Noon to 6 p.m. as part of Pacific Science Center’s Day for Dad event.
WHO: On Saturday, June 18, meet artist Tim Sale (Batman: Long Halloween, Batman: Dark Victory, Catwoman: When In Rome) and Greg Rucka (Batman: No Man's Land, DC: Countdown, The Omac Project) as they sign, chat, and discuss Batman. In addition, Jay Faerber (Noble Causes, Venture, The Pact) will be on hand to talk about how he brings his comic book visions to paper and the industry.
WHEN: Midnight, Wednesday, June 15, Warner Brother's Batman Begins: The IMAX Experience opens to the public.Saturday, June 18, Pacific Science Center is pleased to bring you a comic weekend like no other. Batman Begins: The IMAX Experience will show all weekend and activities will be taking place Noon to 6 p.m., as part of Pacific Science Center’s Day for Dad event.
WHERE: Pacific Science Center is located under the arches near the Space Needle.HOW: Tickets and more information are available at www.pacsci.org, by calling 206-443-IMAX, or e-mailing Philip_Cosand@pacsci.org. Prices for Batman Begins: The IMAX Experience are $10 for adults, $8 for juniors 3-12, $9 for seniors 65 and up, and $7 for PSC members.
Jim and I live about two and a half hours away and I am super bummed about not finding out about this sooner. We would have gotten a hotel and made a fun weekend of it. Oh well, I guess we will just have to dream.
If you get a chance to attend, let us know how it goes!