Midwestern cinema chain Emagine Entertainment will host a series of $5 screenings of films with female protagonists, to celebrate Women’s History Month.
- March 4-10: 2000’s Erin Brockovich, starring Julia Roberts in her Academy Award Best Actress-winning performance as the title real-life environmental activist.
- March 11-17: 1992’s A League of Their Own, starring Geena Davis and Madonna about the first women’s professional baseball league during the 1940s.
- March 18-24: 2012’s Zero Dark Thirty, starring Jessica Chastain as a CIA intelligence analyst tasked with locating Osama bin Laden in the years after the September 11 terrorist attacks.
- March 25-31: 1995’s Clueless, starring Alicia Silverstone as a girl trying to navigate life at an L.A.-area high school.
The nine participating Emagine locations are Michigan’s Birch Run, Canton, Novi, Rochester Hills, and Royal Oak sites; plus Minnesota’s Willow Creek, White Bear, Eagan, and Lakeville sites.
Tickets can be purchased at Emagine-Entertainment.com or on the Emagine app.
Emagine Entertainment ranked #20 on Boxoffice PRO‘s Giants of Exhibition 2021 listing of North America’s largest cinema circuits, with 255 screens at 21 locations.