Living Social is currently offering a discounted general admission ticket to see Monsters University in 3D at Disney’s El Captain Theatre in Hollywood (applicable performances begin June 21, 2013). For a limited time, moviegoers can purchase a ticket for just $14 each, which represents a savings of over 20% the regular box office price.
In addition to the film, each showing includes a live stage performance of the ‘Monsters University Pep Rally’ featuring Mike Wazowski and James P. ‘Sulley’ Sullivan live on stage along with the Spirit Squad.
For more information or to purchase tickets at this discounted price, visit the official deal page on Living Social.
In honor of its release on blu-ray for the first time on March 12, Disney’s El Capitan Theatre will be featuring a limited run of the Walt Disney Animation classic Mulan on the big screen.
Through Living Social, the El Capitan is offering a special deal on individual tickets for showtimes during the weekends between February 9 and March 3 (except for February 24). Each ticket is available for just $11, representing a 27% savings over the regular price of $16.
For those that will be in the Hollywood, California area on the evening of Friday, January 11, Living Social and the El Capitan Theatre are now making tickets available to attend a special screening of Disney’s Peter Pan along with a special panel for just $11 per ticket.
Disney D23, the official club for fans of The Walt Disney Company, has announced that it has secured a few coveted spots for the exclusive invite-only official reveal of Disney Interactive’s ‘Disney Infinity,’ to take place next month.
The event, which will take place at Disney’s historic El Capitan Theatre, will allow D23 members to be amongst the very first audience to actually experience ‘Disney Infinity,’ a game we have speculated will use popular characters from the world of Disney and Pixar in an Skylanders-type experience across multiple platforms in a way never before experienced.
With this offer you can see MONSTERS, INC. 3D at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood between December 19 and December 26 when you pay $12 (regularly $16) for one ticket to a selection of showtimes.
For those in the Los Angeles and Hollywood areas interested in seeing Wreck-it Ralph from Walt Disney Animation Studios, LivingSocial.com is offering tickets at Disney’s El Capitan Theatre for just $14 each, representing a savings of 22%.
Plus, prior to every showing audiences will get amp’d up with Ralph and Vanellope live on stage with the El Capitan DJ. After the movie, visit The Art of Wreck-It Ralph exhibit; visual and character development art in addition to proto-type candy cars from Sugar Rush will be on display, plus much more.
For those in the Los Angeles and Hollywood areas interested in seeing Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie from Walt Disney Studios, LivingSocial.com is offering tickets for just $14 each, representing a savings of 22%. Several showings are available including the midnight screening which includes ‘a costume contest, prizes and surprises.’
Additionally, at all showings, guests will have the opportunity to witness the all new SPARKTACULAR lighting and effects curtain show as well as view concept art, sketches and actual props from the film on display at the theater as well as an interactive display from the Discovery Science Center.
Adventures by Disney has announced an exciting add-on package for guests visiting the Disneyland Resort with a package vacation. The experience, titled ‘Lights…Camera…Magic!’ takes guests on a day-long, guided excursion into the world of Hollywood in the way that only Disney can.
The tour includes a guided tour of the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, including a trip into the Disney Studio Archives, a shopping trip at the Studio Store and lunch at the famous Walt Disney Studios Commissary. Also included is a behind-the-scenes private visit to either the famed Grauman’s Chinese Theater or the Kodak Theater, home to the Academy Awards®. After exploring Hollywood Boulevard, the fun continues to the Sunset Strip and the world famous Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and finally to beautiful Malibu for a reception — and a breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean — at Gladstone’s beachfront restaurant, a celebrity favorite.
In 1991 when The Rocketeer hit theaters, actor Bill Campbell effortlessly won fans over with his sincere portrayal of the heroic Cliff Secord. In honor of the 20th anniversary of this Disney film favorite, Campbell will participate in a panel discussion hosted by writer/producer/director — and self-proclaimed Rocketeer fan — Kevin Smith. The panel will occur immediately before an exclusive screening of the film on June 21, 2011 at the legendary El Capitan Theatre, where the film premiered two decades ago, transporting audiences to a golden age of thrills, glamour and, of course, sleek jet packs. Members of D23: The Official Disney Fan Club have an opportunity to secure tickets for themselves before seats are sold to the general public. In addition to the rocket man himself, the panel will also feature Academy Award®-winning makeup artist Rick Baker (whose other work for Disney includes Enchanted and Captain EO) the two screenwriters responsible for the acclaimed film, Danny Bilson (GoldenEye: Rogue Agent) and Paul De Meo (James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing), and as a special treat, renowned illustrator William Stout (Pan’s Labyrinth, The Muppet Wizard of Oz) will be on hand, representing his friend Dave Stevens, creator of The Rocketeer comics.* Other talent will be announced in the coming weeks.