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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 Opens at Two Smithsonian Imax Theaters
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Smithsonian Theaters presents Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2: The Imax Experience, starting July 15 at the National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center’s Airbus Imax Theater in Chantilly, Va., and in 3-D at the National Museum of Natural History’s Johnson Imax Theater, starting July 29.

 

The eighth and final installment of the successful Harry Potter film series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 culminates in the ultimate showdown between the good and evil forces of the wizarding world. As Harry, Hermione and Ron continue their quest to find and destroy the final horcrux that has given Lord Voldemort immortality, the dark forces’ control continues to expand. No one will be safe until the dark lord’s power has been stripped, and many will be called to make the ultimate sacrifice in this action-packed, giant-screen presentation.

Wardrobe worn in the film will be on display in theater lobbies throughout the film’s run. Harry Potter and Neville Longbottom costumes are now on display in the Airbus Imax Theater lobby through July 28. The costumes will then be transferred for presentation in the Johnson Imax Theater’s lobby from July 29 through Sept. 4. The costumes are on loan, courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures.

 

The film was directed by David Yates and features Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Ralph Fiennes and Alan Rickman.

The 131-minute, PG-13 rated film opens July 15 at the Airbus Imax Theater and will open in 3-D at the Johnson Imax Theater July 29. It will be presented nightly at both theaters through Sept. 4.

Individual tickets are now available for the movie’s screenings at both theaters. Tickets may be reserved and purchased up to two weeks in advance. Groups of 10 or more may reserve tickets now

 

for any date at either theater during the film’s run. The public may visit any Smithsonian Theaters box SI- 305-2011 office, call toll-free (866) 868-7774, TTY (202) 633-8850 or visit www.si.edu/imax for information or to purchase tickets.

 

The Airbus Imax Theater is located on the main floor of the Udvar-Hazy Center at 14390 Air and Space Museum Parkway in Chantilly. The theater’s 75-by-62-foot screen is the largest in northern Virginia.

 

The Johnson Imax Theater is located on the first floor of the National Museum of Natural History at 10th Street and Constitution Avenue N.W. The theater’s 90-by-60-foot screen is the largest in Washington, D.C.

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