Bring Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt? to a Theater Near You

Posted by awebb 4 years, 10 months ago to The Gulch: Promotions
16 comments | Share | Best of... | Flag

Do you know a large group that would be interested in seeing the conclusion of this epic trilogy on the silver screen? If so, experience Atlas Shrugged in your local theater for a single exclusive screening event. Simply commit to getting 100 or more tickets sold, and we'll contact your theater of choice and get Atlas booked.

NOTE: We can only exhibit the movie in "digital" theaters and we’ll need 7 days advance notice. We’ll even help you promote your showing by emailing people in the surrounding area to let them know about the showing.

- - - - -

STEP 1: Fill out this form: http://bit.ly/BringASP3

STEP 2: Wait for a Producer to contact you.

- - - - -


Add Comment

FORMATTING HELP

All Comments Hide marked as read Mark all as read

  • Posted by blazing 4 years, 10 months ago
    I live in New Jersey, when the movie opened I checked to see which theater near me was showing it. There was one, about a half hour away, and a couple of days later when I was able to go I contacted that theater to get showing times. Surprise, AS was not showing there any more. I then searched again and now found the only theater within a reasonable distance to me that was showing it was in Pennsylvania, a little less the an hour away. Although I was thoroughly discussted with the movie versions of parts 1 & 2 I went to see 3. Well the people who made 1 & 2 had done there job well. For the first time in my life I walked into a movie house to find my self alone, ALL ALONE.. Part 3 was the best of what were three disasters but it still was crude and simplistic. It has to be some kind of perfection when three horrible movies can be made about one to the most important novels of the 20th century
    Reply | Mark as read | Best of... | Permalink  
  • Posted by gerstj 4 years, 9 months ago
    Total theater gross is probably not going to make a million. This was a labor of love, but anything further is going to have to be done completely different to reach a larger audience. Any remaining showings are not going to move the needle much.
    Reply | Mark as read | Best of... | Permalink  
  • Posted by plusaf 4 years, 9 months ago
    5:30 show on 09/12, and wife, friend and I were one of seven in attendance at Southpoint in Durham, NC.

    Of course, that IS pretty close to the People's Republic of Chapel Hill, so it wasn't much of a surprise.

    One guy in line for the next showing, as we left, wore a WIJG t-shirt.

    Still hoping for a cable mini-series during my lifetime. I'd help crowdsource THAT, too, as I supported AS3...
    Reply | Mark as read | Best of... | Permalink  
  • Posted by Scoutmom 4 years, 10 months ago
    I'm sad that I missed it. It had been playing in my area and I had wanted to see it with a coworker who is also of like mind, but now when I look, it's no longer there. Hopefully I'll be able to get all three as a DVD set.
    Reply | Mark as read | Best of... | Permalink  
  • Posted by spkul8r 4 years, 10 months ago
    Jive turkey--Man I haven't heard that term in decades...but, you are correct. Eventually, we will have to build a completely new prison for all these corrupt Bastards. I can only hope it is not beside a golf course rather, beside a sewage treatment plant. I really hope this movie will be successful.
    Reply | Mark as read | Best of... | Permalink  
  • Posted by pmcconathy 4 years, 10 months ago
    Just saw Atlas Shrugged Three today and it was great. Unfortunately there were only a total of 2 of us in the theater. That was disappointing for sure.
    Reply | Mark as read | Best of... | Permalink  
  • Posted by kevinw 4 years, 10 months ago
    Sorry I cannot commit to 100 tickets. Maybe 20.
    I contacted my theater about showing it here in Farmington NM and they replied they had been trying to get it and would be happy to show it but have not been able to as it is in limited release.
    Reply | Mark as read | Best of... | Permalink  
    • Posted by  $  sekeres 4 years, 10 months ago
      20 would be more reasonable for us, too. (100 is the total population of several square miles where we are.) Our family of 4 drove 2 hours to Pittsburgh for a matinee showing on opening weekend, but would attend again if it were closer.
      Reply | Mark as read | Parent | Best of... | Permalink  
  • Posted by mmmmrobb 4 years, 10 months ago
    I must say that the photo of the empty theater is eerily cogent. I saw the movie in San Diego and I was the only one in theater!
    Reply | Mark as read | Best of... | Permalink  
    • Comment hidden by post owner or admin, or due to low comment or member score. View Comment
    • Posted by radical 4 years, 10 months ago
      No advertising, no audience. A is A!
      Reply | Mark as read | Parent | Best of... | Permalink  
      • Posted by IndianaGary 4 years, 10 months ago
        Plus limited release... Unfortunately, word-of-mouth from the Gulch isn't enough to entice people who are spoon-fed altruism from birth to attend. I'm still posting my stickers but the theater count in Las Vegas has gone from 5 to 2 in two weeks. I never did see the trailer in a theater prior to the release. I'm afraid there is no substitute for advertising.
        Reply | Mark as read | Parent | Best of... | Permalink  

FORMATTING HELP

  • Comment hidden. Undo