SPYder is SOLD OUT in many locations for the premier day. By customer’s demand, and distributor’s request, theater owners have been working hard to accommodate as many audiences as possible for the premiere day (Sep 26th) and weekend.
SPYDER is expected to open as “Number 1” movie in the US on the premier day. As reported earlier, SPYder will be opening at 450+ locations in about 850+ screens NATIONWIDE.
This is one of the GIGANTIC releases for any South Asian Films in the US. Per initial reports, the advance booking is ROCKING in the US and it is believed it has already crossed a HALF MILLION DOLLAR mark within a few days after enabling online ticketing. The content will reach to scheduled theaters today and the rest on Monday, Sep 25th.
SPYder continues to raise bar day by day and beat expectations. Among trade pundits the audience is about to experience one of a kind in Indian Cinema and sure enough to attract kids, youth, family and repeat audience due to its WOW factors and Goosebumps experience in the film.
We are extremely grateful to producers Mr. Tagore Madhu and Mr. N.V. Prasad who are very professionals and great mentors. With their support and involvement, SPYder is set the US BOXOFFICE ON FIRE!
Promotions and offers:
The fantastic Buy 1 and Get 1 free offer from AT&T is still on, which is valid only on TUESDAYs for all AT&T Customers where applicable. To Redeem: Visit http://tickettwosdays.att.com/
ATOM new customers to receive a $5 OFF at AMC, Regal and other theaters for new customers only. The code to redeem is “SPYDER5”.
There are still some locations available for local exhibition, please call us immediately at ATMUS Entertainment: (469) 567-0291 or AZ India Media India: (602) 492-6023 or email email@example.com
To avoid further disappointments, reserve your tickets today!!!
Press note released by: Indian Clicks, LLC
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