On April 1, the city of Cleveland will host one of the film's major premiere events. This is happening in a non-traditional movie premiere location mainly due to the fact that over half of the film was shot in the Greater Cleveland Area last year and because directors Anthony and Joe Russo are from the area.
According to Clint O'Connor, via Cleveland.com, some details are now available for the Cleveland premiere of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Here's O'Connor's scoop:
"The premiere will be held at 6 p.m. [on April 1] at the Cinemark 24 in Valley View. The film will play on multiple screens, and some tickets will be made available to the public [but not for sale]. The Greater Cleveland Film Commission is hosting the event and will be making the official announcement soon, said executive director Ivan Schwarz."
Also, over on O'Connor's Twitter account, he added that tickets are not available for public purchase and will be distributed by the Cleveland Film Commission. The majority of the available tickets will be offered via raffles and/or auctions as fundraiser efforts to help support the Cleveland Film Commission.
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