Harry Potter fans will have the opportunity to experience all eight films in the franchise on the big screen next month, as Cinemark will host special screenings of the series.
Cinemark, which operates more than 300 theaters and 4,400 screens across the United States, announced this week that they will begin showing all eight films starting April 6 in select theaters nationwide.
A film will be screened each evening until April 13, according to the company.
Each film will cost $5 per ticket, or a pass to see all eight films will cost $25, officials said.
Several Cinemark theaters in the Chicago area will participate, including Seven Bridges in Woodridge, Century 16 in Deer Park, Cinemark at Louis Joliet Mall, and Tinseltown USA in North Aurora.
The West Dundee and Valparaiso theaters will also take part in the promotion.
Together, the eight Harry Potter films have grossed over $7.7 billion worldwide. The last film in the franchise, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2” was the most successful film in the series, grossing $1.3 billion at the box office.