23 June 2016
Batman v Superman R-Rated Extended Cut Coming to Theaters for One Night Only
Superhero showdown movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is coming back to theaters...well, kind of. Warner Bros. has revealed that the action movie's R-rated extended cut will play at a very limited number of theaters next week, but only for one night.
Twelve theaters across the United States will host the event on Monday, June 27. A full rundown of the cities and participating theaters can be seen below. You can reserve a ticket here on the WB website.
Batman v Superman's R-rated extended cut runs for 182 minutes (the theatrical cut is 151 minutes), and will include not only longer versions of some of its more intense sequences, but entirely new scenes and character. In particular, Jena Malone's mysterious role, which was completely cut from the theatrical version, is revealed in the longer version of the movie.
This theatrical event comes one day before Batman v Superman's extended cut will be available to buy digitally on June 28. The physical version for Blu-ray/DVD will come out in July.
Batman v Superman Extended Edition Special Event Participating Theaters:
Theater: Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane
Theater: Showplace ICON – Dolby Atmos
Theater: The Gateway Film Center
Theater: River Oaks Theatre
Theater: AMC Burbank 16 – Dolby Atmos
Theater: ArcLight Hollywood
New York, NY
Theater: AMC Empire 25 – Dolby Atmos
New York, NY
Theater: City Cinemas Angelika Film Center
Theater: Ritz V
Theater: AMC Desert Ridge – Dolby Atmos
San Francisco, CA
Theater: Sundance Kabuki Cinema
Theater: E-Street Cinema