Tonight, Sneak a 3D Peek at Sanctum in a 90-Seat Theater-on-Wheels at Victory Plaza
You are kindly requested not to steal the glasses after the show. Still, live hockey's so much better in 3D.
Photos by Patrick Michels
But before tonight's Stars game, a flash of hope: If you want to see a 3D movie trailer inside a trailer -- if you want to watch exclusive scenes from James Cameron's Sanctum from Dallas' sanctum santorum of big, empty real estate -- you may just want to swing by Victory Plaza on your way home from work.
Behind the American Airlines Center till a little after the puck drops on tonight's Stars-Kings match-up, you'll have a chance to catch a 15-minute preview reel of Cameron's latest 3D opus, about a ragtag bunch of cowboyish Aussie spelunkers on an extreme cave dive gone awry. (The movie opens in a couple weeks.)
Which is probably going to make it this year's second-best 3D cave movie starring people with accents. Not too shabby.
It's hard to believe there's a 90-seat theater inside the trailer when you see it from the outside, but the whole thing's plenty spacious -- especially this afternoon, when I joined a couple of families and a guy with a dog in a skull-and-crossbones sweater for the first run-through of the day. Looked like they'll have popcorn ready for some shows later tonight.
Outside the trailer.
Inside the trailer.
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