BLADE RUNNER: FINAL CUT Goes Wider

Impressed with the box office receipts it has earned on just two screens – a whopping $44,575 per screen its opening weekend as opposed to the $5,349 per screen the number one grossing movie, The Game Plan, earned – Warner Brothers has decided to expand the release of the restored classic Blade Runner: The Final Cut. You can read the FilmBuffOnLine review here.

Unfortunately, unlike the New York and Los Angeles dates, not all of the newly announced screenings will be digitally projected. On the schedule below, those cities receiving a standard 35mm print are noted with an asterix.

10/26
Seattle (Cinerama, Seattle)*
Washington D.C. (Uptown, D.C.)*
Portland (Cinema 21, Portland)*
Salt Lake (Gateway Megaplex, SLC)

11/2
Chicago (Music Box, Chicago)*
Santa Barbara (Arlington, Santa Barbara)
Baltimore (Landmark Harbor East, Baltimore)

11/9
Boston (Coolidge Corner, Brookline)*

11/16
Detroit (Main Art, Detroit)*

11/18
Austin (Paramount, Austin)*

11/30
San Francisco (Embarcadero, San Francisco)*
Dallas (The Inwood, Dallas)*
San Diego (Ken, San Diego)*
Minneapolis (Uptown, Minneapolis)*

12/7
Denver (The Landmark @ Greenwood Village)
Philadelphia (The Ritz 5, Philadelphia)*

12/25
Boston (The Brattle, Cambridge)*

1/2/08
Austin (The Paramount, Austin)*

1/4/08
Nashville (The Belcourt, Nashville)*

1/18/08
Durham (Carolina, Durham)*

2/1/08
Columbus (Drexel Gateway, Columbus)*

2/15/08
San Francisco (Castro, San Francisco)*

2/29/08
Sacramento (Crest, Sacramento)*

Via TheDigitalBits

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A film fan since he first saw that Rebel Blockade Runner fleeing the massive Imperial Star Destroyer at the tender age of 8 and a veteran freelance journalist with twenty years experience writing about film and pop culture.
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