"Attack The Block" Expanding To 6 More Cities & You Get To Pick The 6th

by Tambay A. Obenson
August 1, 2011 10:29 AM
2 Comments
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You've seen the numbers for its opening weekend, and it's likely thanks in part to those figures that Sony is expanding the "Inner City versus Outer Space" hit movie, Attack The Block, to more cities.

Specifically, beginning on August 19th, in addition to Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Chicago, Austin, San Francisco, and Toronto, the movie will expand to 6 additional markets - Boston, Orlando, Atlanta, Dallas, Washington (D.C.), and a sixth city which will be chosen by YOU! That's right, your participation is requested on the film's Facebook page, where YOU can vote on what that 6th city will be.

So, if it hasn't opened in your city yet, and your city is listed above as one of the planned markets, and you want to see the movie, I encourage you to gather all your friends, rush over to the Attack The Block Facebook page, and cast your votes now!

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2 Comments

  • CreoleYaya | August 15, 2011 8:31 AMReply

    While John Boyega is a talent to be reckoned with (he reminds me of a young Denzel Washington), the movie was just okay and a little silly at best. In fact, I was suprised that Shaun of the Dead folks had anything to do with this film. It's R-rating also bothered me - since the kids acting in the film skew 15 and under, it should have had at PG-13 rating so younger kids could see it.

  • Candicissima | August 2, 2011 2:31 AMReply

    I saw it last night and loved it. All the kids were amazing and I expect nothing but big things from John Boyega the lead.

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