IMAX Theater at Indiana State Museum hosts Harry Potter movie marathon


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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Muggles and wizards, rejoice! A Harry Potter film festival is coming to the IMAX Theater at the Indiana State Museum.

The very first film of the iconic series, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” was released 15 years ago on November 16, 2001.

To celebrate, the IMAX Theater will host a one-week marathon will all eight movies. This is the first time the movies will be shown on IMAX.

Screenings will begin on Friday, October 14 and will run intermittently until Wednesday, October 19. There will be matinee times which are ideal for families who are excited to share young Harry with a new generation of children.

Screenings will also include an IMAX exclusive peek at “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them. “

“Harry Potter fans can not miss this momentous opportunity,” says IMAX theater manager Craig Mince. “This has never been done before, and we are honored to be one of the few theaters who can offer an experience like this to such a loyal fan base.”

Adults can pass single screening tickets for $12 or a “Potter Passport” that costs $75 and gets the passholder into every film as well as a ticket to the opening night screening of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them.”

Theatergoers can enjoy validated parking in the White River State Park parking garage.

All show times and ticket prices are available at

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