See 'Dark Knight Rises' for $3 at AMC, part of summer program

Written by Barbara Vancheri on .

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If you somehow missed “The Dark Knight Rises” when it played in theaters almost a year ago or simply want to look for yourself again at Heinz Field, AMC Theatres is bringing it and seven other movies back as part of its AMC Summer Nights program. 
Tickets are $3, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Will Rogers Institute, the Autism Society of America and Autism Speaks. 
Patrons can see these movies for $3 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesay nights at 10 p.m.:
 “The Dark Knight Rises,” June 24-26
“Django Unchained,” July 1-3
“The Amazing Spiderman,” July 8-10
“The Hunger Games,” July 15-17
“Olympus Has Fallen,” July 22-24
“Oz the Great & Powerful,” July 29-31
“G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” Aug 5-7
“Oblivion,” Aug. 12-14. 
The Will Rogers Institute will use its share of the money to fund cystic fibrosis research at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Mo., and to fund other hospital grants. The program will support medical research through Autism Speaks and improve access to services and support through the Austim Society. 

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