Los Angeles, CA (April 21, 2015) – Few movies have been able to take over an entire multiplex – every screen, every seat; only major blockbusters. But now an independent film, LITTLE BOY, is taking over entire multiplexes in 20 cities on Thursday April 23, before it opens in theaters nationwide April 24 (Open Road Films).
With support from celebrities, business leaders, sports stars, and others, multiplexes in 20 communities are playing LITTLE BOY on ALL their screens on the evening of April 23. “We’re excited to see this level of excitement around the movie,” says Elliot Slutzky, EVP of Distribution at Open Road Films. “We’ve confirmed many buyouts, takeovers and pre-sales for LITTLE BOY in theatres across the country. People are really passionate about this movie.”
Theater Takeovers (wherein EVERY screen in the multiplex is showing LITTLE BOY) are happening in Los Angeles, San Diego, Boston, Miami, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Colorado Springs and Connecticut.
Tickets are being sponsored for groups as diverse as AYSO, Big Brothers Big Sisters, military families, churches, schools and other non-profits, with the goal of generating “Acts of Kindness,” a central theme of LITTLE BOY.
OFFICIAL FILM SITE: http://LittleBoyMovie.com
OFFICIAL FACEBOOK: http://Facebook.com/LittleBoyMovie
OFFICIAL TWITTER: http://Twitter.com/LittleBoyFilm
LITTLE BOY is a powerful and moving, utterly unique story that will capture your heart and lift your spirits. Little Boy tells the heartwarming story of a little boy who is willing to do whatever it takes to bring his dad home from World War II alive. The story reveals the indescribable love a little boy has for his father and the love a father has for his son. Set in the 40’s, Little Boy is a cinematic classic that captures the wonder of life through the eyes of an 8-year-old little boy.
From the filmmakers who won the prestigious Toronto Film Festival People’s Choice Award for the movie Bella, Little Boy features two Oscar nominated actors (Emily Watson and Tom Wilkinson), and is directed by Smithsonian Institute Award Winning Director Alejandro Monteverde; produced by Eduardo Verastegui and Leo Severino. Executive Producers include Mark Burnett (The Voice, Shark Tank, Survivor, The Bible) and Roma Downey (Touched By an Angel, The Bible).