First 200 Moviegoers in Line at 200 AMC Theatres Nationwide Can Enjoy
Biggest Advance-Screening Program in Universal’s History
“Sing Saturday” Launches Event Film Starring Oscar® Winners Matthew McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon, as Well as Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson, John C. Reilly, Taron Egerton and Tori Kelly
This Saturday join the biggest advanced screening event ever! The highly anticipated movie Sing from the studio that brought you Despicable Me, Minions and The Secret Life of Pets will be hosting a massive event together with AMC Theatres. It’s on a first come first serve basis so please plan accordingly because they have passes for the first 200 people in line.
We have fallen in love with this movie after seeing just the trailers and if you love music as much as we do this one is not to be missed. Sing is also on our Must See 2016 movie list.
Head to http://www.singsaturday.com for participating locations.
Set in a world like ours but entirely inhabited by animals, Sing stars Buster Moon (McConaughey), a dapper koala who presides over a once-grand theater that has fallen on hard times. Buster is an eternal—some might even say delusional—optimist who loves his theater above all and will do anything to preserve it. Now faced with the crumbling of his life’s ambition, he has one final chance to restore his fading jewel to its former glory by producing the world’s greatest singing competition.
Five lead contestants emerge: Mike (MacFarlane), a mouse who croons as smoothly as he cons; Meena (Kelly), a timid teenage elephant with an enormous case of stage fright; Rosita (Witherspoon), an overtaxed mother run ragged tending a litter of 25 piglets; Johnny (Egerton), a young gangster gorilla looking to break free of his family’s felonies; and Ash (Johansson), a punk-rock porcupine struggling to shed her arrogant boyfriend and go solo.
Each arrives under Buster’s marquee believing that this is their shot to change the course of their life. And as Buster coaches each of his contestants closer and closer to the grand finale, he starts to learn that maybe the theater isn’t the only thing that is in need of saving.