The Hollywood Legion Drive-In Theater will current a weeklong retrospective of Christopher Nolan movies starting Jan. 17. The theater’s Nolan Fest will embrace the Batman trilogy, “Dunkirk,” “Interstellar” and “Inception.”
“We’re excited to supply audiences within the L.A. space a novel alternative to be swept up in Nolan’s immersive movies,” mentioned inventive director and chief projectionist Taylor Umphenour. “We really feel that his movies are well-suited to our intimate and technically superior drive-in expertise.”
The competition will start with a 7 p.m. displaying of the mind-bending 2010 pic “Inception” and wrap up Jan. 24 with the epic battle movie “Dunkirk.” Nolan Fest comes on the heels of the Legion Theater Drive-In’s sold-out run of “Tenet” in December, which supplied Los Angeles moviegoers a primary alternative to see the movie on the large display screen. The drive-in is at the moment persevering with its sold-out run of Patty Jenkin’s “Marvel Lady 1984.”
“We wish individuals to really feel protected getting out of the home, and we go to nice lengths to make sure well being and security so individuals can get pleasure from watching films,” mentioned theater director Invoice Steele. “We’re completely dedicated to the protection of our workers and patrons.”
Positioned simply south of the Hollywood Bowl, the theater is the first-ever drive-in cinema within the coronary heart of Hollywood working seven nights every week. The drive-in opened in October, providing L.A. residents a protected option to get pleasure from films on the large display screen whereas theaters stay closed through the pandemic.
Reservations to the drive-in should be made on-line at http://HollywoodLegionTheater.com. All-inclusive costs begin at $65 for a whole automobile, together with sweet, soda and limitless popcorn for every particular person within the car.