Emagine Theater is giving discounted tickets to Wayne State students and staff. At any Metro Detroit Emagine Theater, students and staff can show their Wayne State OneCard to receive one movie ticket and a free small popcorn.
This offer is available specific dates from January to May, including 1/22, 1/24, 2/19, 2/21, 3/19, 3/21, 4/23, 4/25, 5/21, 5/23.
With great movies playing now and more coming to the screen, this is a great way for students and staff to take a break from school and work.
Here are some movies available during the deal:
The Post (PG-13)- A look into the battle between the first female newspaper publisher and government cover-up of the Vietnam War. The film focuses on the difficult decisions reporters and publishers faced when they received important government information. The film touches on the conflict between government secrecy and the freedom of the press.
Forever My Girl (PG)- A young, small-town man follows his dream of becoming a country singer. He leaves home on bad terms, making him uncertain about going back. When he returns to his hometown, he realizes he has a family there. The singer is now torn between pursuing his career or rekindling relationships with the ones he left behind.
In theaters January 19th
Black Panther (NR)- Marvel’s latest feature follows up on the events after Captain America: Civil War, showing the Black Panther facing new threats from old enemies. As challenges arise for the nation of Wakanda, Black Panther arrives to prevent a world war. The Black Panther fights for his spot as king of Wakanda. This film promises to be an action-packed adventure with an amazing, diverse group of actors.
In theaters February 16th
A Wrinkle in Time (PG)- This story is an adaptation of the wildly successful science fiction novel by Madeline L’Engle. A young girl, her brother and a friend are sent to a peculiar space in order to find their father, a scientist. The quirky group goes on a dangerous adventure to reunite the family.
In theaters March 9th
A Quiet Place (NR)- A family lives in isolation in the middle of the woods, safe from an unknown threat as long as they stay silent. Making adjustments to their way of living, the family learns sign language, marks certain areas of the floor to walk on and even have to make silent game board pieces. Everything is peaceful until a lantern falls to the floor and shatters. The family fights to keep each other alive from the dark forces approaching.
In theaters April 6th