Stormy Sunday: Richard Armitage’s New Film “Into the Storm” opens in US on August 8th, But Advance Screenings Abound, July 20, 2014 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #11)

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Into-theStorm2014--RichardArmitage-etal_WarnerBros_Jul2014IntotheStormmoviecom-sized-crop-flipNow we’re still encouraging you to attend a screening of exquisitely talented British Into-the-Storm-movie-poster-ad_Jul1914_tumblr_n8xkaqixdo1tvbqdro1_1280-sizedactor Richard Armitage’s (left) new film “Into the Storm”(right) opening weekend wherever you live–for the U.S., that is the weekend of August 8-10th, 2014:

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And several of us RA’s Fans are planning to gather in Chicago (Aug. 9), New York (date tba), and Atlanta (Aug. 8) to see the film together.  This week,  I bought my train ticket to Chicago for August 9th. Snap!

But if you just can’t wait to see the film, Nathan Kress Fan @NBNathanKress shared a link where you can find out about dates and locations for advance screenings of “Into the Storm” (below):

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So if you do attend an advanced screening of Into the Storm, please also consider attending the film its opening weekend. Remember, opening weekend box office and word of mouth buzz from movie goers can make or break a film’s success.

P.S.  The  actor Nathan Kress portrays one of Richard Armitage’s Into the Storm character’s Gary Fuller’s sons.

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7 thoughts on “Stormy Sunday: Richard Armitage’s New Film “Into the Storm” opens in US on August 8th, But Advance Screenings Abound, July 20, 2014 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #11)

    operationintothestormChicagoAdmin responded:
    July 20, 2014 at 8:07 am

    July 20th, 2014–Marie Astra has shared some NYC RA Fans Viewing Planning that is now also in that event tab above:

    NYC August 9th RAFans Meet up for viewing OpeRAtion “Into the Storm” 2014 news from NYC Event Organizer Marie Astra as of July 20, 14

    We are going to meet for the 4:25 PM show at the AMC Lincoln Square 13 theater, Broadway & W. 68th St. We will be meeting up in front of the theater on the corner of W. 68th & Bway. After the the movie we will be going to dinner at someplace nearby, depending on how many people are going.

    I will meet up with anyone who is coming earlier into the City on Saturday, we will be meeting before on the same corner of 68th & Bway at 2:00 PM for lunch/brunch/coffee.

    If anyone has any questions, they should get in touch with me at email marieastra8@gmail.com.

    Thanks!

    operationintothestormChicagoAdmin responded:
    July 20, 2014 at 9:47 am

    July 20th, 2014–Chicago ITS Viewing Update:

    When I called the AMC River East Theatre earlier in the week to check again on daytime showings of Into the Storm for Saturday, August 9th, they said they would have them–despite the Fandango online ticket purchase site showing only evening times.

    But with my co-Admin for Chicago Saraobsessed also doing some investigating and finding only evening times in Chicago–though the burbs seem to do afternoons, ha!–our viewing time might change to 5pm for Saturday Aug. 9th, with dinner after.

    Moving to a 5pm Saturday viewing would make me change my train tickets to give me an overnight in Chicago on Saturday–rather than coming home late Saturday on the 7pm train. So, I/we could have day time site seeing on Saturday, with an early dinner ( and possibly and early brunch, depending upon when you arrive,i’m in town at 10:30am).

    But I’m not so concerned about my travel plans as I am of those of you planning to come to the Chicago. I have yet to hear about your specific travel plans.

    So will Chicago changing to a mostly Saturday event, with a 5pm movie showing cause anyone big headaches? Could you still make a 5pm showing on Saturday August 9th.

    Please comment reply to this thread. Thanks and Cheers! Grati

    operationintothestormchicagoadmin responded:
    July 20, 2014 at 5:10 pm

    July 20, 2014–Thanks to Into the Storm’s Nathan Kress (portraying Richard Armitage’s character’s Gary Fuller’s son), for sharing this image and giving us the background on it:

      Veronica said:
      July 20, 2014 at 6:24 pm

      Cool

        operationintothestormChicagoAdmin responded:
        July 20, 2014 at 9:43 pm

        Glad that you liked Nathan Kress’ context caption for this image. It does help put the images into a framework for the “Into the Storm” story. Thanks for visiting and Commenting! Cheers! Grati ;->

    operationintothestormChicagoAdmin responded:
    July 21, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    July 21, 2014–Thanks for liking this post!

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