WAYS TO LIVE FOREVER
**July 17th Update**
Tickets are officially up on Fandango! Tickets can be purchased on Fandango (which is the best way to guarantee a ticket) or directly at the box office.
If you would still like to attend as a group, I would suggest everyone buying the 7:30p showing on Friday, July 19th. However, if you cannot make that showing, WAYS TO LIVE FOREVER is showing all weekend long; catch the movie at 11:55a, 2:30p, 5:00p, 7:30p and 10:30p. If ticket sales do well opening weekend, the movie will continue to show for another two weeks in the Burbank theater.
In case you were unaware, part of the ticket proceeds are going towards children's cancer hospitals and organizations such as CHLA, John Hopkins, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. By simply buying a ticket, you are helping fight pediatric cancer.
Hope everyone can come out and support!
For your viewing (and sharing!) pleasure, WAYS TO LIVE FOREVER is on Apple Trailers:
Hi Hollywood Movie Night Club!
My name is Sarah from World Wide Motion Pictures - we release independent feature films theatrically in the US.
On July 19th, we are bringing WAYS TO LIVE FOREVER, an award winning film to the Los Angeles area. The picture is based on the best-selling British children's novel by Sally Nicholls about an adventurous 12-year-old named Sam who has leukemia. This ultimately uplifting tale centers on Sam's journey with friend and fellow patient Felix through a series of particularly poignant and sometimes humorous moments, as they strive to fulfill their dreams. The film will be opening at the AMC Burbank Town Center 8 for an exclusive engagement beginning July 19th.
You may find it interesting to know that major health organizations such as Johns Hopkins and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles as well as children's hospitals and charities like the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society are supporting the film's national release campaign and bring further awareness to pediatric cancer. Additionally, the best-selling novel that the film is based on has been printed in seven languages and is highly supported by the publisher, Scholastic.