The Dark Knight Trilogy
1 x day only - 9 hours of Batman. 90 minutes of IMAX sequences. 7 storeys high. That’s more Batman than the Batcave! THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY - only at IMAX MELBOURNE MUSEUM!
That’s right – we’re doing it again, this time to farewell the Caped Crusader. We are giving you the ultimate way to say goodbye Chris Nolan’s Batman, before welcoming 007 James Bond in Sam Mendes' SKYFALL. Start at the beginning, witness the fall then applaude the rise of Gotham’s Dark Knight - on the only screen big enough to show it! IMAX Melbourne is again showing Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises – in the ultimate movie marathon!
What's more, everyone who purchases a trilogy ticket will go in the draw to win a professionally framed set of original IMAX movie posters!
Check out the picture below of them hanging in our office -
These are full size genuine original posters for Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises. What are they worth you ask? Well the framing cost $300; the posters themselves? How many genuine sets of IMAX posters for these three movies do you think would be in Australia and available for you to win? One set, ours! Everyone who buys a $40 trilogy ticket will receive an entry form on the day - 'you gotta be in it to win it!'
Dark Knight Trilogy: $40 - 3pm Saturday 17th November
3:00pm: Batman Begins
6:00pm: The Dark Knight
9:00pm: The Dark Knight Rises
IMPORTANT STUFF YOU NEED TO KNOW:
1) All tickets to the trilogy are $40, no further discounts apply
2) Unfortunately we cannot accept any free or discounted tickets to this special event screening
3) Admission to individual films can be purchased separately, subject to availability, but will not be on sale until Tuesday November 13th.
4) You must purchase a trilogy ticket to go in the draw to win the 3 x framed posters
5) Discounted car parking will be available for the trilogies. Entrance from either Rathdowne St or Nicholson St Carlton
6) Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for another session
A big credit to 'Nitrobot' from the SUPERHEROHYPE forum for the amazing trilogy artwork used on this page - truly impressive.