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AMC Announces Harry Potter Marathon

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Harry Potter Marathon

ATTN: All Wizards, Witches, and Nerds!!!!

AMC Theaters has announced that in the week leading up to the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, cinemas in 29 cities nationwide will screen the previous seven Harry Potter movies in sequence!!

The special event begins Monday, July 11 at 6 p.m. with two movies screening each night through July 13. Click HERE for a full list of cities and participating theaters.

On Thursday, July 14, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 will screen at 9 p.m., with Part 2 screening right on its heels at 12:01 a.m. July 15.

So, let's review your Harry Potter pre-game options:

1) Marathon all the movies on cable or DVD
2) Watch the Marathon in a Theatre
3) Stay in your house for the next few weeks and have a book-reading marathon!

Now, which one sounds the most fun?

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7 comments to “AMC Announces Harry Potter Marathon”



  1. 1

    I own all the DVD's and books. So I can watch and read on my own then be in line for the first day of the last movie. I've never missed a Harry Potter opening.



  2. 2

    Why do you care about stuff that is for 10 year olds…kinda strange if you ask me. Harry Potter is not for a guy who is in his mid 30's. Dude get over it already.



  3. 3

    who needs weeks to read the Potter books? gonna watch AND read them before the Grand Finale! ^^



  4. 4

    stfu whatthe321 why do you even come on here no one wants to hear what you have to say go back to doing the only think your good at wanking your dick and playing COD…..UMmmmperez all three sounds like fun do them all!



  5. 5

    Number 3. the books are the best!



  6. 6

    I've already began re-reading the books earlier this month. I'm currently on book 5! Butttt, I am going to watch all the movies before I see the final movie! So bittersweet!



  7. 7

    @whatthe321, you just outed yourself as an idiot, because if you've actually read the books or watched the movies, you would know that Harry Potter isn't just for 10 year olds. Yes, Harry Potter started out that way as a goody-goody little 10 year old boy wizard who goes to magic school intended for little children, but from about the 3rd book on, it went from a light-hearted childrens story to an intense, drama-filled story. I would stil like Harry Potter if it was still a little child's story. Harry Potter's for all ages though, despite the character's young age. That is why HP is great. Like Stephen King said (not a direct quote in the slightest), JK Rowling doesn't sugarcoat the story, or write like she's speaking to a 10 year old, she writes the childrens story with adult language and themes-some things kids probably don't even understand. By the way, it's been about 14 years since the first Harry Potter book came out. MOST Harry Potter fans are in their 20's and 30's right now. Why do you think we always lose at those "people's choice" movie award shows on TV? Only little kids and teens vote on those awards. We're adults, we have better things to do. I'm 21 year old and I'm proud to say that I am a POTTERHEAD AND PROUD OF IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!