MILWAUKEE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 14, 2013-- Marcus Theatres®, a division of The Marcus Corporation (NYSE:MCS), today announced that on
"Our guests are eagerly anticipating Star Trek Into Darkness and we are very pleased to offer fans the opportunity to see this exciting new film two days before it begins its regular engagement on
"Marcus Theatres state-of-the-art UltraScreen auditoriums feature wall-to-wall 70 foot-wide screens, crystal clear 7.1 surround sound and MDX™ (Marcus Digital Xperience™) technology that makes experiencing Star Trek Into Darkness on our giant screens one that our guests will never forget," Olson added.
Tickets are available at the theatre box office or at marcustheatres.com.
Star Trek Into Darkness is directed by
Star Trek Into Darkness opens at
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