Get Tickets to Advanced Screenings of ‘The Grey’ Starring Liam Neeson

Published 2 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 11:47 am,

The Grey Advanced Screening Tickets Get Tickets to Advanced Screenings of The Grey Starring Liam Neeson

A-Team and Narc director Joe Carnahan is bringing his gritty filmmaking style into the wild for The Grey, a man vs. nature survivalist tale starring Liam Neeson as a roughneck oil driller who crash lands in the Alaskan tundra with his team, only to find themselves facing the threat of a savage pack of wolves in addition to the harsh conditions of the frozen environment.

Liam Neeson has become a bankable leading man thanks to action movies like Taken and Unknown, so there are a fair number of moviegoers who are understandably excited for this flick. Those same moviegoers will be excited to learn that Open Road Studios is holding advanced screenings of The Grey across the country – and we have the information on how YOU can attend one!

Check out the trailer for The Grey to learn more about what the film is about:

Below you’ll find instructions on how you can obtain tickets for one of the advanced screenings of The Grey, along with a list of where they’ll be shown:

  1. Head to Gofobo.com to download passes to The Grey advanced screening of your choice.
  2. LOS ANGELES RESIDENTS ONLY: Enter the code “RANTMY16” into the box labeled “RSVP Code” on the upper right side of the page in order to access the tickets. (You will be prompted to create a Gofobo account if you do not already have one.)
  3. For those in the other cities listed below, you can RSVP for screenings through links provided by Entertainment Weekly and/or Moviefone.

Here is a list of the cities holding screenings, and the dates:

ADVANCE SCREENINGS:

1.      Los Angeles (1/18)
2.      Philadelphia (1/18)
3.      Dallas (1/18)
4.      San Francisco (1/18)
5.      Boston (1/18)
6.      Atlanta (1/18)
7.      Washington, DC (1/18)
8.      Detroit (1/18)
9.      Phoenix (1/18)
10.    Seattle (1/19)
11.    Tampa (1/18)
12.    Minneapolis (1/18)
13.    Miami (1/18)
14.    Denver (1/18)
15.    Cleveland (1/18)
16.    Orlando (1/18)
17.    Sacramento (1/18)

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If you make it out to one of the screenings be sure to come back and tell us what you thought!

If you can’t make it to a screening (or one is not available in your area), never fear – The Grey will be in theaters everywhere on January 27, 2012.

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  1. I see there is a screening for Act of Valor as well. Think you guys can provide a link to get into that?? I just got 2 passes to The Grey for my hometown. Thanks! :-)

  2. Thanks for the passes. I would love a pass to Acts of Valor can’t wait to see that movie.

    • @shep

      Not sure if they are still available for your city, but go to slickdeals.net and under forums, click on “freebies” and look for a long thread called free movie screenings, skip to the last or second to last page, and look for the one for multiple cities for Act of Valor. :-) Hopefully your city still has some left. :-)

  3. Haven’t seen a preview & will do my best to see that everyone avoids it! It’s a BS premise. There is NO recorded attack/assault by wolves on any group of people anywhere. This sort of crap just pushes the prejudice…..they should be ashamed & I hope someone takes after the producers, perhaps hanging dome producer’s skins from hunting cabin doors will get some attention.
    This movie deserves to be missed!!

    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf_attacks_on_humans

      Interesting tid-bits:

      “In France alone, historical records indicate that between the years 1580-1830, 3,069 people were killed by wolves, 1,857 of which were non-rabid.”

      “In Imperial Russia 1890, a document was produced stating that 161 people had been killed by wolves in 1871.”

      “When settlers began colonizing the continent, they noticed that while local wolves were more numerous than in Europe, they were less aggressive.”
      So apparently it makes a difference if they are wolves in Europe or in the USA too.

      “Retired wolf biologist Mark McNay compiled 80 events in Alaska and Canada where wolves closely approached or attacked people, finding 39 cases of aggression by apparently healthy wolves, and 29 cases of fearless behavior by non-aggressive wolves.”

      “During a 2-year period (1996–1997) in Uttar Pradesh, wolves killed or seriously injured 74 humans, mostly children under the age of 10.”

      So… wouldn’t really consider that “NO recorded attack/assault by wolves on any group of people anywhere.” But that’s just my opinion…

      • Ken,

        Thanks for digging up that info. Wolves, middle of winter, seemingly defenseless (and tasty) humans – why wouldn’t they attack?

        Vic

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