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  • Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

    Saw a commerical for this movie this morning, it's coming out Friday, October 20th. Cannot wait. :yea: Anyway...I really hope to see it at El Capitan since I saw it there when it first came out back in '93. Anyone know when you can order your tickets for the opening weekend?
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    Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

    Originally posted by Experiment626 View Post
    Saw a commerical for this movie this morning, it's coming out Friday, October 20th. Cannot wait. :yea: Anyway...I really hope to see it at El Capitan since I saw it there when it first came out back in '93. Anyone know when you can order your tickets for the opening weekend?

    You can order them now off Fandango.
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      Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

      Originally posted by Experiment626 View Post
      Saw a commerical for this movie this morning, it's coming out Friday, October 20th. Cannot wait. :yea: Anyway...I really hope to see it at El Capitan since I saw it there when it first came out back in '93. Anyone know when you can order your tickets for the opening weekend?
      It's shown there annually and now premiering in 3D. Tickets can be found at http://disney.go.com/disneypictures/el_capitan/
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        Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

        http://www.fandango.com/MoviePage.as...2006&mid=99762

        Doesn't show El Capitan for this movie.

        As for Disney.go... I'll have to wait until I'm out of work to see the site. It's blocked on my work computer.
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          Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

          phooey Showtimes are not available for my area yet. It'll be amazing if the thing even shows in this area.

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            Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

            Originally posted by Melonballer View Post
            phooey Showtimes are not available for my area yet. It'll be amazing if the thing even shows in this area.
            It's limited for where it's showing. Up here in the San Francisco area, it's only showing at the Metreon.
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              Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

              Is there a site that might list where the film will be showing in 3D? I'm wondering if it will be anywhere in my area.



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                Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

                Originally posted by Xharryb View Post
                Is there a site that might list where the film will be showing in 3D? I'm wondering if it will be anywhere in my area.

                I found it on Fandango.
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                  Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

                  I think Friday the 13th would have been a better release date .

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                    Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

                    It's playing in a theater in Wilmington for me. I know where it is. How for me to get there is another.
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                      Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

                      It is showing at the El Capitan beginning Oct. 19. We'll be there! Find out more here: http://www.elcapitantickets.com
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                        Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

                        Originally posted by OogieBoogie View Post
                        It's limited for where it's showing. Up here in the San Francisco area, it's only showing at the Metreon.
                        Hey Oogie, I hear it is also supposed to be at the Hacienda Imax in Dublin.
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                          Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

                          Originally posted by AmandasDad View Post
                          Hey Oogie, I hear it is also supposed to be at the Hacienda Imax in Dublin.

                          REALLY?!?!?!?! I'd much rather go there. Thanks for the info. My family lives near Dublin, and I grew up around there too.
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                            I ordered my tickets for El Capitan and dayum they're expensive!!! $22/each for the "VIP seats". I ended up paying nearly $50 for just two tickets. This 3D thing better be damn good!
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                              Re: Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

                              Originally posted by Experiment626 View Post
                              I ordered my tickets for El Capitan and dayum they're expensive!!! $22/each for the "VIP seats". I ended up paying nearly $50 for just two tickets. This 3D thing better be damn good!
                              A few miles away at the AMC Universal CityWalk they go for $13 per, but it's not nearly the experience of The El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. Enjoy!
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