Get your first look at the next chapter in “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” with this exclusive first look at the movie.
“Close Encounters of the Third Kind”
The first of many low-key “Close Encounters” explorations will make its way into the show. “Close Encounters” was the first movie to top the box office in the U.S., grossing $47.8M in its opening weekend. Also, it was the first film to gross more than $100M in its initial week of release. It also made history as being the first film to screen at least one million times in multiple countries. The film has since gone on to become an annual family film as well as one of the most ongoing cultural icons.
Directed by Nathan Diamson, “Bambi” is an easy, charming picture about a little boy who grows up in theWD Street and then goes on to become the lead role in the Academy Award-winning movie “The Last O.G.” In the film, the boy plays the role of a bipedal deer and is the inspiration for the name “Gatsby.”
The Great Gatsby
The first entry in the “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” tour, “The Great Gatsby” entertained with its slapstick, humor and memorable performance by Leonardo DiCaprio. DiCaprio stars as a rich, classically-trained pianist who is captured by an up-and-coming young composer (James Weaver). The two become lovers, and when DiCaprio is made an offer he can’t refuse, he accepts, slaughtering his musicians. The movie is noted for its gorgeous sets and cinematography.
The Last O.G. (The Last Good Makeup)
Directed by Peter Landesman, “The Last O.G.” tours as a coming-of-age story, but the movie makes its point of entry as a look into the makeup and techniques of the day. Set in San Francisco in the 1890’s, the movie follows the history-making journey of surgeon Francisco Gisbert, who becomes the first human to remove the eyes (and the rest of the body) from a dead man.
Batman Returns, Part 1
The first “Batman” film to open in North America, “The Dark Knight” scores major upset at the box office, grossing $33M in its opening weekend. To top that, it became the first studio film to score multipleRs in multiple countries. It also became the first studio film to net more than $100M in its second weekend, setting a new record. The final film in the “Batman” trilogy, “The Dark Knight Rises” follows the Dark Knight as he faces off against the mysterious “The Arkham Knight.”
#The Last 5 Years
Directed by Ridley Scott, “The Last 5 Years” revolves around the life of rock and roll star Lou Reed, who died in 1999 at age 31. The film follows his life post-mortem, and what followed, as his widow and his two young children struggle to come to terms with his death. It also follows the rise of new generation solo artist Selena Gomez, who becomes one of the most successful music stars of all time.
Out There, Thats How Far We’ve come In A Century
The opening sequence of “The Grand Budapest Hotel” makes an appearance in “The Last 5 Years.” The film follows a group of hobbling gentlemen, including the grand duchesses Victoria and Alexandra, who navigate the world’s changes, and life in general, in a world where each of us is different.
3D Red Carpet Arrivals and Post-Show Bags
The Broadway previews of “The Wizard of OZ” were nothing less than spectacular, generating enough excitement to warrant a stage fart and then some. At the time, the curtain call was only three frames wide, but by the time the show was done, it spanned five and a half minutes. The R-rated film is definitely for the mature audience.
The “Close Encounters of the Thirdkind” tour concludes with a stop in New York City. The tour will conclude in New York City on May 4, 2019, and followed by a break before heading to Los Angeles, where the tour will conclude on May 17, 2019. The tour will conclude with a performance at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on June 3, 2019. The last leg of the tour will begin in L.A., and conclude in New York City on June 10, 2019. The show starts at 8pm and isuguide: “The Wizard of OZ.” The tour has been an incredible ride, and we can’t wait for the next adventure! From the opening credits to the curtain calls, the tour was nothing less than an unstoppable wave of nostalgia. We hope you were as excited as we were when you heard about the tour and the exciting new events it had in store for you.