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The El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood will be presenting a “Countdown to ‘Zootopia”, celebrating Walt Disney Animation Studios’ new era of storytelling with a festival of seven films. All feature films will be accompanied by recent and celebrated Disney animation short subjects, including the Academy Award winners, “Paperman” and “Feast.” The festival begins February 18 with “Wreck-It Ralph,” followed by “Frozen” (February 19), “Tangled” (February 20), “Big Hero 6” (February 21), “Bolt” (February 22), “Winnie the Pooh” (February 23) and concluding February 24 with “The Princess and the Frog.”

Each film screens at 10:00am, 1:00pm, 4:00pm, and 7:00pm. The 7:00pm screenings will be preceded by special presentations, which will include discussions with the filmmakers, and other special surprises.”  “Zootopia” will play March 4 to April 10, 2016 at The El Capitan Theatre and is currently on sale.

Tickets for “Countdown to ‘Zootopia ’”are available at the El Capitan Theatre (6838 Hollywood Blvd.), online at www.elcapitantickets.com, or by calling 1-800-DISNEY6.  There are also special packages with VIP preferred seating for four films, and for all seven 7:00pm shows featuring the special presentations.

“This is a festival sure to excite animation fans of all ages,” said James Wood, operations and stage production for The El Capitan Theatre.  “When these pictures were first released, we were privileged to present most of them in their original engagements, including the world premiere engagement of ‘Frozen.’  These films are now considered classics, and we are proud to be presenting them again, many of which have not been seen on the big screen since their initial releases.  We are thrilled to be bringing the filmmakers to talk about these special films and this will be the first time El Capitan guests can hear them talk about their work.  Our guests will also have a larger picture of the scope of Walt Disney Animation Studios by seeing the short subjects created during that time.”

Prices:

  • Single reserved seat admission — $10 includes small popcorn and drink
  • Single VIP preferred reserved seat — $20 includes VIP popcorn and drink
  • Four show VIP preferred reserved seating (Guest picks four movies and showtimes to attend) — $76 includes VIP popcorn and drink at each film
  • All seven 7:00pm with special presentations VIP preferred packages — $126 includes VIP popcorn and drink at each film.
 
 

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