Last-gasp, big-screen "Serenity" screening! With beer! This Thursday, Dec. 15, mere days before the DVD release, any and all Browncoats are informally invited to gather at the Kennedy School -- a Portland, Oregon movie theater (with comfy couches) that serves beer and burgers -- for what's very likely one of the last screenings of "Serenity" on a big screen anywhere.
Barring disaster, there will even be very limited amounts of free merchandise on hand -- including a handful of mini-posters and postcards, one baseball cap stitched with the "Serenity" logo, and possibly even a t-shirt or two. Also, Bruce Eaton -- the fellow behind BrowncoatPatches.com -- will reportedly be there, selling his sew-on wares. Click the link for details, and use Google Transit to find an easy bus route. Let's leave theaters singing "The Hero of Canton"!
(Ages 21 and older only. No minors.)
ALTERNATE SCREENING ADDENDUM: On the incredibly unlikely chance that more than 40 people show up to this thing and the screening sells out, there's an alternate screening at 9 p.m. at McMenamins Edgefield and yet another alternate screening at 9:40 p.m. at the Laurelhurst Theater.
Otherwise, there are several mini-bars spread throughout the Kennedy School where people can hang out and chat.
December 10 2005
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